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Journal Article | Jan 2017
State and non-state actors engaged in disputes to expand and limit abortion rights have engaged in legal mobilization—in other words, strategies ...
Abortion rights, Peru, legal mobilization, Peru
Project | May - Dec 2010
This study deals with Arab media and its role in the shaping the public sphere in Arab society. The satellitisation of Arab TV-channels has expanded ...
Project | Aug - Oct 2014
On September 10 and 11 2014 The Center for Global Media & Communication Studies (CGMC) at the Institute for Journalism and Communication at the Chinese ...
Media, communications, public diplomacy, China, Africa
Journal Article | Nov 2013
The discussion of soft power in China can be dated back to 1992, the year Nye's Bound to lead was translated into Chinese and published in Mainland China. ...
China-Africa, inter-culture communication, journalism, media perception, news pivot, soft power, China
Project | Feb 2014
CMI and the Makerere University organised a workshop in Kampala in 6 February 2014 to discuss China and Uganda with a particular focus on media and telecommunications. ...
Media, telecommunications, development, development aid, China, Uganda
Book Chapter | Jan 2017
This chapter tracks Costa Rica’s long transition from a particularistic to a universal ethical society using a process-tracing methodology. It argues ...
Corruption, Anti-Corruption, Costa Rica
Journal Article | Oct 2015
The Chinese entry into the African continent and the subsequent effect on soft power in global relations are of increasing interest to many scholars. ...
Beijing Consensus, , globalization, , imperialism, , neo-colonialism, , partnership of equals, , Washington Consensus, Uganda
Project | Jan 2013 - Dec 2015
In the past decade much has been written on China’s increasing importance and growing influence in Africa. So far most of the research has focused ...
Media, telecommunications, foreign policy, public diplomacy, China, Africa, Uganda, Mozambique, Angola, South Africa
Journal Article | Oct 2009
With the signing of the Peace Accords in 1996 Guatemala's credentials of democratic governance was re-established, but as media reports and the international ...
Violence, poverty, post-accord, Guatemala
CMI Brief | Jan 2018
In the past few years, mass-media and political actors, especially emergent populist and right-wing political movements, effectively enhanced sentiments ...
migration, Hungary, Bulgaria
CMI Brief | Sep 2013
In President Xi Jinping’s first public speech on African soil after taking office in Tanzania 25 March 2013, his reference to a popular Chinese soap ...
soft power, media, culture, education, media, China, Africa
CMI Brief | Apr 2016
It is easy to document that the 2016 elections in Uganda were unfair. To combat the uneven playing field one needs to systematically assess the symptoms ...
Project | Mar 2006 - Apr 2009
While much is known about corruption in post-communist states, less is known about the impact of conflict on corruption in such states. The project seeks ...
informal relations, corruption, post-communist, post-conflict, Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Project | Nov 2009 - May 2010
The aim of the research project “Elections and Democracy in Africa” is to contribute to a comparative understanding of the challenges facing ...
Liberation movements, pro-democray movements, Africa, elections, democracy, Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda, Ethiopia, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Book Chapter | Jul 2013
Oil exploration in the developing world has been and continues to be a high profile and high risk activity attracting media coverage and stimulating much ...
Resource curse, corruption, oil, Ghana
Maximising the efficiency and impact of Supreme Audit Institutions through engagement with other stakeholders
U4 Issue | Aug 2013
The effectiveness of Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) is not determined solely by resources and capacity levels. A range of other factors is of ...
Accountability, Audit, Audit cycle, Media, NGO, Parliament, People's engagement, , Public financial management, Public participation, Public resources, Supreme Audit Institution, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia
Covering ebola: A comparative analysis of CCTV Africa’s Talk Africa and Al Jazeera English’s Inside Story
Journal Article | Jun 2017
This article presents a comparative analysis of how Chinese Central Television (CCTV) Africa and Al Jazeera English’s current affairs talk shows, ...
China-Africa relations, media of the South, international broadcasting
Event | 4 Sep 2014
The conferance is organized by the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies at the University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus in China, the University of Westminster´s Africa Media Centre, and Rhodes University´s School of Journalism and Media Studies.
Event | 27 Jun 2011
Peter Von Doepp examines the direct effects of elections, military interventions, constitutional referenda, and food crises on government interference with private media outlets.
Event | 11 Feb 2010
In his new book Helge Rønning explores the role of the media in different parts of Africa plays in the political and social processes of change on the continent.
Ethiopia, Mozambique, South Africa, Uganda, and Zimbabwe