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Media Role in African Changing Electoral Process: A Political Communication Perspective

by Cosmas Uchenna Nwokeafor & Kehbuma Langmia UPA (December 20, 2013)

Media Role in African Changing Electoral Process analyzes the effect of mass media on African elections. Featuring contributions by leading African scholars and professionals, this book covers a wide-array of...


Social Media: Pedagogy and Practice

by Kehbuma Langmia, Tia C. M. Tyree, Pamela O'Brien & Ingrid Sturgis UPA (December 23, 2013)

Social Media: Pedagogy and Practice examines how interactive technologies can be applied to teaching, research and the practice of communication. This book demonstrates how social media can be utilized in the...


Television's Imageable Influences: The Self-Perception of Young African-Americans

by Camille O. Cosby UPA (August 17, 1994)

Camille O. Cosby presents a startling examination of how young African-Americans are dramatically impacted by the pervasive negative images of their culture that are regularly portrayed on television. Dr. Cosby...


FOR-GET: Identity, Media, and Democracy in Chile

by Claudia Bucciferro UPA (May 03, 2012)

FOR-GET presents an intimate look at personal and cultural identity in post-Pinochet Chile. The analysis focuses on issues of gender, class, and politics, within the context of globalization and modernity. It...


Image, Perception, and the Making of U.S.-China Relations

by Hongshan Li UPA (June 25, 1998)

Image, Perception, and the Making of U.S.-China Relations examines major events in the history of the relationship between the U.S. and China to show the development and effects of national images and perceptions....


Crazy Culture: The Sins of Civilization

by Peter Heinegg UPA (February 15, 2012)

Crazy Culture is a series of broadsides against many widely held misconceptions in both academe and the general public. Surveying the history and ideology of cultural realms such as religion, sexual norms, politics,...