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The Journal of African Media Studies (JAMS) is an interdisciplinary journal that provides a forum for debate on the historical and contemporary aspects of media and communication in Africa.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 9, Number 2, 1 June 2017

Introduction

Making sense and use of new media in Sub-Saharan Africa
pp. 243-246(4)
Authors: Ndlela, Martin Nkosi; Tufte, Thomas

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Articles

Methodological challenges and lessons learned – deconstructing studies of social reality
pp. 247-260(14)
Authors: Gustafsson, Jessica; Nielsen, Poul Erik

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Social media, youth and everyday life in Kenya
pp. 277-290(14)
Authors: Ndlela, Martin N.; Mulwo, Abraham

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Changing communication ecologies in rural, peri-urban and urban Kenya
pp. 291-306(16)
Authors: Gustafsson, Jessica; Nielsen, Poul Erik

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The mobile phone and society in South Sudan: A critical historical-anthropological approach
pp. 323-337(15)
Authors: Brinkman, Inge; Both, Jonna; de Bruijn, Mirjam

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The structure of news in Community Audio Towers
pp. 375-388(14)
Author: Semujju, Brian

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Book Review

Book Review
pp. 389-391(3)
Author: Allmann, Kira

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Film Review

Film Review
pp. 393-395(3)
Author: Ernest-Samuel, Gloria C.

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