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Ethnic Media and Rural Development in Kenya
(International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2014-01)
Kenya has seen a rapid expansion in the number and popularity of Ethnic FM Radio stations, among the reasons for this are: the liberalization of the airwaves and the relaxing of broadcasting monopolies by the state. The ...
An assessment of the role of Interpersonal Communication Participants in child nutrition promotion in Kenya.
(International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, 2018-06)
Child malnutrition is a global health crisis whose origin can be attributed to the culture and level of interaction between interpersonal communication participants. In Kenya as in many African countries whose communities ...
Online content regulation policy in Kenya: Potential Challenges and possible solutions
(Journal of Cyber Policy, 2021)
The digital explosion experienced in Africa has rendered old media laws and ethics inapplicable in dealing with cases of abuse and misuse on social media platforms. As a result, authorities in most African countries are ...
Examining the influence of Media Ownership Concentration on Radio Programming Diversity
(International Journal of Media, Journalism and Mass Communications, 2020)
According to Edwin Baker, the greatest threat to freedom of expression is the possibility that private entrepreneurs will always tend to monopolies the marketplace of ideas in the name of economic efficiency and private ...
A Review of Youth’s Use of Mobile Telephony and its Role in The Deconstruction of Family Communication
(International Journal Of Scientific And Research Publications, 2020-05)
The mobile telephony has gained momentum and is one of the defining communication technologies of the time. This paper interrogates the adoption of mobile telephony from varied scholars’ perspectives. The insights are ...
Regulating online content in East Africa: Potential challenges and possible solutions
(Journal of Africa Media Studies, 2020)
This article identifies the key but common challenges in the regulation of online content in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania in East Africa (EA), both in terms of the regulatory challenges and the controversies surrounding ...