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Submissions from 2012

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Information communication technologies for gender and development in Africa The case for radio and technological blending, Christobel Asiedu

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Theorising African communications: the bad news signalled by broadcast digital migration policy, Guy Berger

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Immediacy and Openness in a Digital Africa: Networked-Convergent Journalism in Kenya, O.F. Mudhai

Submissions from 2011

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Sizing Up Information and Communication Technologies as Agents of political Pevelopment in Sub-Saharan Africa, Nicolas Alozie, Patience Akpan-Obong, and William Foster

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Journalists or activists? Self - identity in the Ethiopian diaspora online community, Terje Skjerdal

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Strengthening Citizen Agency and Accountability Through ICT: An Extrapolation for Eastern Africa, Giacomo Zanello and Paul Maassen

Submissions from 2010

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Citizens’ Perceptions of Corruption and E - Governance in Jordan, Ethiopia, and Fiji — the Need for a Marketing Approach, R D. Pathak, Rakesh Belwal, Rafia Naz, R F.I. Smith, and Khalid Al-Zoubi

Submissions from 2009

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The Democratic Effects of the Internet , 1994 to 2003: A Cross - National Inquiry of 152 Countries, Jacob Groshek

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An Exploratory Study of Strategies to Improve Africa's Least Developed Economies' Telecommunications Infrastructure: The Stakeholders Speak, V.W. Mbarika and T Byrd

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Facilitating Better Governance through E-Government Initiatives: Successful Case in Sub-Saharan Africa, Carlos A. Thomas, Victor W. Mbarika, Rufus Nwogu, Philip F. Musa, and Peter Meso

Submissions from 2008

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Social Media and Post-Election Crisis in Kenya, Maarit Makinen and Mary Wangu Kuira

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Gender and National ICT Policy in Africa: Issues, Strategies, and Policy Options, Wole Michael Olatokun

Submissions from 2007

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ICTs Policies: E-Democracy and E-Government for Political Development, Francesco Amoretti

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Governance & Corruption – Developments and Issues in Ethiopia, R D. Pathak, Gurmeet Singh, Rakesh Belwal, and R F.I. Smith

Submissions from 2006

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Community- Based Information Technology Access: The Case of Cybercafe Diffusion in Sub-Saharan Africa, Victor W. Mbarika, Muhammadou Kah, Kibily Samake, and Jeffrey Sumrall

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IT Education and Workforce Participation: A New Era for Women in Kenya?, Victor W. Mbarika, Fay Cobb Payton, Lynette Kvasny, and Atieno Amadi