Forthcoming Edited Book – Journalism, Audiences and Diaspora

Posted on August 22nd, 2014 by Ola Ogunyemi

Edited by Dr Ola Ogunyemi

Publisher:  Palgrave.

Expected publication date: February 2015.

Content Page:

List of Figures and Tables
Foreword by Prof. Ralph Negrine
Notes on Contributors
1 Conceptualising the Media of Diaspora
Olatunji Ogunyemi
Part I  Production Practices
2 Imagine what the Gentiles must think: Editors of the Jewish press reflect on covering the Bernie Madoff financial scandal            Hinda Mandell
3 Transnational Public Spheres and Deliberative Politics in Zimbabwe: An analysis of           Shepherd Mpofu
4 Negotiating Cultural Taboos in News Reporting: A Case Study of the Diasporic Media in the UK             Olatunji Ogunyemi
5 Journalism of Turkish Language Newspapers in the UK
Sanem Sahin
Part II  News Production and Processing
6 Discursive Inclusion and Hegemony: The Politics of Representation in Migrant Minority Media                 Lucía Echevarría Vecino, Alicia Ferrández Ferrer, and Gregory Dallemagne
7 The Voice of the International Community’: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Immigration Reports in The Copenhagen Post      Teke Ngomba
8 The South Asian-Canadian media’s resistance to gender and cultural stereotyping
Anupreet Sandhu Bhamra and Paul Fontaine.
9 The impact of the Yom Kippur War (1973) in the Jewish-Argentine Diaspora press           Laura Schenquer and Liliana Mayer.
10 The Counter-journalism of Roma Minority Media in Bulgaria       Svetlana D. Hristova
Part III Reception and Consumption
11 Dispatches from the dispersed: Comparatively analysing the role of internet-based diaspora journalism in Zimbabwean and Iranian contexts    Donya Alinejad and Bruce Mutsvairo
12 Contested place and truth-work: investigating news reception and diasporic sense of place among British Jews        Eyal Lavi
13 Diaspora Media Consumption: A Case study of UKZambians Magazine   Brian Chama
14 New Media Use by the U.K.’s Palestinian Diaspora     Amira Halperin
15 Longing and Belonging: An exploration of the online news consumption practices of the Zimbabwean diaspora       Tendai Chari

16 Postscript: Prospects for Future Research             Olatunji Ogunyemi


5 Responses to “Forthcoming Edited Book – Journalism, Audiences and Diaspora”

  1. My pal suggested I’d personally perhaps in this way internet site. He / she had been entirely perfect.. india visa from uk That set up truly built my own evening. You should not look at the amount time frame I did wasted due to this information! Thanks a lot!

  2. I want to say that this american singer, songwriter and musician is very talented! I wish you the best of everything.

  3. agen bola resmi

    Forthcoming Edited Book – Journalism, Audiences and Diaspora | Journalism of Diaspora


    Forthcoming Edited Book – Journalism, Audiences and Diaspora | Journalism of Diaspora


    Forthcoming Edited Book – Journalism, Audiences and Diaspora | Journalism of Diaspora

Leave a Reply