Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Emerging Media, Community, and Identity (Re)Construction.
2: Challenging Traditional Media Hegemonic Practices: A Kenyan Case.
3: Identity and the New Communication Technologies: Evidence from Kenya.
4: New Media in Kenya: Putting Ethnicity in Perspective.
5: The Role of New Information and Communication Technologies (NICTs) in the Relations between the Central Government and Four Major Kingdoms in Uganda.
6: The Cultural, Economic and Political Implications of New Media: A Case Study on Mobile Telephony Among University Students in Kenya.
7: New Media and Gender in East Africa: Assessing Media Dependency and Public Attitudes.
8: Whose TV Is It Anyway?: An Examination of the Shift towards Satellite Television in Zimbabwe.
9: ‘Wiring’ African Newsrooms: The Internet and Mainstream Print Journalism Practice in Zimbabwe.
10: Emerging Media, Language, Pop Culture, and Health Communication.
11: Textualizing the HIV/AIDS Motif in Theater–Against–AIDS Performances in Kenya.
12: New Media and Health Communication: Communication Strategies in Malaria Control in Nigeria.
13: Translanguaging and Negotiation of Ethnicity: Reproduction of Hegemonic Structures in Communication Media.
14: Veganporn.com & “Sistah”: Explorations of Whiteness through Textual Linguistic Cyberminstrelsy on the Internet.
15: Language and Performing Arts: East African Hip Hop and Public Sensitization for Political Change.
16: Emerging Media, Global Politics, and Cultural Transformation.
17: Mediating Identity and Culture: Nigerian Videos and African Immigrants in the U.S..
18: The Role of Mass Mediated Messages and Cultural Identity with Cross–Cultural Communication Failures Resulting from Flawed U.S. Military Policy in Iraq.
19: New Media and Hegemonic Discourse in Pakistan.
20: The World Narrow Web: Internet Content Regulation in South Korea.
21: An Agent for Change: The Internet is Setting New Agendas in China.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.