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[ecrea] Special offer - Subscribe now to Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies

Thu Apr 30 19:21:36 GMT 2009

About the Journal
* <>Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies is the only African peer-reviewed research journal dedicated to the study of journalism studies on the continent. * The journal provides a platform for innovative, high-quality scholarship of journalism, media studies, and mass communication as research disciplines in the comparative context of Africa and the Global South. <>Click here for a free on-line copy of the journal. * The <>editorial board is composed of leading international scholars in the field. * Published by the <>University of Wisconsin Press in association with the <>Institute for Media Analysis in South Africa (iMasa) and the Department of Journalism, <>Stellenbosch University, South Africa. * The journal, now in its 30th year, is available in print, as well as online to subscribers through <>UW Press. * Special Issues: <>Journalism Education in Africa, Vol. 28 #1/2, * <>Africa and the Search for Global Media Ethics Vol. 29 #2,
   * Rural and Community Radio in Africa, Vol. 30 #1 (coming soon)

<>Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies is a prominent intellectual platform which has played a crucial role in putting journalism studies in Africa onto the international academic map.
­Daya K. Thussu, Professor of International Communication,
    University of Westminster, London, UK

Encourages debate, especially of opposing viewpoints; attempts to interface between academics and the media industry; and rigorously refers submissions in relations to the paradigm in which they are written.
­Keyan G. Tomaselli, Director and Professor, Centre for Media Studies,
    University of Natal, Durban

Recommend Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies to Your Library
Please recommend the journal to your library by completing our <>library recommendation form and submitting to your serials librarian.

Submit An Article
To submit an article to the journal, email the editor, <mailto:(h.j.wasserman /at/>Herman Wasserman.

Special Offer Details

As a special offer to new subscribers, your print and electronic subscription includes an additional free print issue (three issues instead of two) and online access to more than 7 years of archived journal content.

Members of the ICA and Sacomm receive a special discount of 23% for subscriptions to the electronic version. Institutions based in Africa also receive a special discount of 13% on the electronic and 16% on the electronic and print versions.

To take advantage of this special offer, please provide this code when ordering: ENSP5. If ordering online, please type the offer code in the "additional comments" field on the order form. Offer is valid until 31st May 2009. <>Click here to subscribe.

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