Advances in Media, Entertainment, and the Arts (AMEA) Book Series.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Public Broadcasting and Migration: Media Representation of Turkish “Guest Workers” in Germany.
2: Terrific Experiences, Receptiveness, and Mediatic Representation of Migration in the Global Community.
3: M Stands for Media, Migration, and Modern Slavery in the UK.
4: African Migrant Narratives, Modern Slavery, and Human Rights Violations in Libya.
5: Media’s Role in Communicating Gender and Migration Messages in Africa.
6: Rethinking the Role of Traditional Media on Migration Issues in Nigeria.
7: Media, the Family, and Human Trafficking in Nigeria.
8: Channels Television on YouTube: Shaping the African Discourse on Migration.
9: Role of the Media on Migrants’ Vulnerability to Health Hazards.
10: Malevolent Trespassers or Benevolent Guests: A Meta-Analysis of Media Representation of African Migrants.
11: Human Rights Abuses Against Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Nigeria: Investigating Media Reportage.
12: The Mass Media, Migration Issues, and the Brain Drain Nexus: Implications for Political Development in 21st Century Nigeria.
13: Newspaper Coverage of Internal Youth Migration in Nigeria.
14: Risk Communication for Viral Hepatitis Management Among Migrants.
15: Media Advocacy: A Strategy for Addressing Health Concerns in Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Camps in Nigeria.
16: Media Hype, Greener Pastures Syndrome, and Migration in Nigeria.
17: Predicting Migration to Developed Countries: The Place of Media Attention.
18: Media and the Challenges of Displaced Men in Nigeria: A Case Study of Durumi Area One IDPs Camp, Abuja, FCT.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.