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Internet access and usage in African world November 16, 2017

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The special edition  of  The Journal of Pan African Studies   focuses on Internet access and usage in the African world. It discusses the future of the Internet, uproar over Internet shutdowns in Africa, WhatsApp political broadcast messages in the 2015 presidential election in Nigeria, new media appropriation via New Media and Oromo Protests in Ethiopia, Internet access to Caribbean government information on homeschooling in Barbados, African-centered internet literacy, information seeking behavior, a section on women in information technology innovation in Africa. 

CURRENT ISSUE


Volume 10 • Number 9 • November 2017


 

● Internet Access and Usage in the African World: Articulating a Progressive African Centered Digital Ecosystem
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● The 2016 Internet Society Report: Areas of Impact and Concern for the Future of the Internet
an editorial by Itibari M. Zulu
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● Uproar Over Internet Shutdowns: Governments Cite Incitements to Violence, Exam Cheating and Hate Speech
a guest editorial by Tonderayi Mukeredzi
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● Internet Diffusion and Government Intervention: The Parody of Sustainable Development in Africa
by Badmus Bidemi G
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● Appraisal Resources in Select WhatsApp Political Broadcast Messages in the 2015 Presidential Election Campaign in Nigeria
by Oluwabunmi O. Oyebode and Adeyemi Adegoju
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● The Powers and Limits of New Media Appropriation in Authoritarian Contexts: A Comparative Case Study of Oromo Protests in Ethiopia
by Habtamu Dugo
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● Internet Access to Caribbean Government Information on Homeschooling: A Preliminary Case Study of Barbados
by Mark-Shane Scale
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● African-Centered Internet Literacy: An Ubuntugogy Metadata Approach
by Abdul Karim Bangura
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● Social Media: Towards the Realisation of A Global Stance for the African Voice
by Bassey Nsa Ekpe
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● Teaching Afrocentricity Through E-Clustering
by Abdul Karim Bangura
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● Information Seeking Behavior Among Undergraduates Students Engaged in Twitter
by Musa D. Hassan
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● Internet Access in Nigeria: Mobile Phones, Issues, and Millennials 
by Mercy Kolawole
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● Women in Information Technology Innovation in Africa
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Relevant Books

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Announcement

● Fixed and Mobile Broadband in Africa: An Executive Summary
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OSA 2017: Oromo Studies Association Mid-Year Conference: Social Media and Social Movements: Leadership,Transnationalism and the Oromo Quest for Transformation April 2, 2017

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Social Media and Social Movements: Leadership, Transnationalism and the Oromo Quest for Transformation

Date: April 1-2, 2017.  Venue: Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HiOA)


OSA Mid-Year conference 2017 Keynote speakers, Oslo 2017

Click here for OSA Midyear Conference, April 1-2 2017 OSLO Conference programe

 

 

 

Tamsaasa Kallattii Walga’ii Walakkaa Waggaa OSA ,Oslo Norway kutaa 2ffaa (As tuqaa ilaalaa, Click here to watch) https://www.facebook.com/OromiaMedia/videos/1907177729495085/

Tamsaasa Kallattii Walga’ii Waggaa Walakkaa OSA ,Oslo Norway kutaa 3ffaa

 

 

 

Tamsaasa Kallattii Walga’ii Waggaa Walakkaa OSA ,Oslo Norway kutaa 5ffaa

 

 

Tamsaasa Kallattii Walga’ii Waggaa Walakkaa OSA ,Oslo Norway kutaa xumuraa