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By Marie-Soleil Frere
Giving a voice to African newshounds and analysing the paintings they've been publishing or broadcasting in the course of those elections, African media expert Marie-Soleil Frere explores if and the way the neighborhood media fulfilled their tasks. In doing so, the booklet unearths newshounds' expert demanding situations at a time whilst a lot is predicted from the media, in addition to the serious political strain confronted which could make their paintings quite difficult.
Insightful and finished, Elections and the Media in Post-Conflict Africa underlines either the significance and the fragility of the position of the media in a democratic system.
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Elections and the Media in Post-Conflict Africa: Votes and Voices for Peace? by Marie-Soleil Frere