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Course material for the Highway Africa workshops, presented by Izak Minnaar (SABC), Dr Julie Taylor (Google) and Jackie Rajuai (Google) on Monday 5 and Tuesday 6 July 2010:

Presentation by Andrew Bangs from YouTube in the Highway Africa plenary on Tuesday 6 July on

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1 30 years after NWICO: Assessing the structure of global news flows through a comparative analysis of the coverage of the 2008 United States and Ghanaian Presidential elections by the Nigerian media
Ralph A. Akinfeleye, Innocent E. Okoye Ifeoma T. Amobi & Oloruntola Sunday
3839 0.208667 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
2 Eliminating Barriers to Cross-Cultural Communication through Curricular Interventions
David Dankwa-Apawu
13072 0.096479 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
3 Evolution growth and development of media pluralism: an assessment of policies, legislations and regulatory framework in Ghana
Manso Frempong
4881 0.149427 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
4 Journalism Education and Social Integration
Steffen Burkhardt & Siegfried Weischenberg
1291 0.055234 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
5 Media power and journalistic autonomy: Using Bourdieu’s field theory to better understand questions of power and agency in journalism
Anthea Garman
1813 0.08019 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
6 Snap and crackle goes pop: a case study of the provision of mobile, digital, shortwave and FM news and current affairs broadcast and published by Radio Australia in 2009
Alexandra Wake
1469 0.17339 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
7 Social organising of African journalism educators
Guy Berger
1389 0.111602 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
8 Teaching Journalistic, Strategic and Dialogic Communication to Address Social Justice Issues
Jyotika Ramaprasad
2149 0.107996 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
9 Towards a language policy for journalistic writing in Africa
Modestus Fosu
1461 0.575995 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
10 University-based journalism education as a site of engagement with social transformation
Jeanne du Toit
1836 0.149509 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
11 We are all, or should be, subjective journalists now: new challenges for Journalism Educators
Ivor Gabor
3817 0.114163 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
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