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Intellect: Journal of African Media Studies
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1 [GO] 2022―Jun―01 Satirical realities in COVID-19 humour: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Nigerian Facebook posts Chioma Deborah Onwubiko
2 [GO] 2022―Jun―01 Nigerians and COVID-19 humour: Discursivity and public engagement through pandemic internet memes Bimbo Lolade Fafowora, Mistura Adebusola Salaudeen
3 [GO] 2022―Jun―01 Viral giggles: Internet memes and COVID-19 in Malawi Emmanuel Ngwira
4 [GO] 2022―Jun―01 The why of humour during a crisis: An exploration of COVID-19 memes in South Africa and Zimbabwe Mbongeni Jonny Msimanga, Lungile Augustine Tshuma, Trust Matsilele
5 [GO] 2022―Jun―01 Theatricality in the midst of a pandemic: An assessment of artistic responses to COVID-19 pandemic in Zimbabwe Nkululeko Sibanda, Cletus Moyo
6 [GO] 2022―Jun―01 Suffering and smiling: Nigerians’ humorous response to the coronavirus pandemic Aminu Ali
7 [GO] 2022―Jun―01 Deadly serious: Pandemic humour, media and critical perspectives Victoria Bernal
8 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 Language in a pandemic: A multimodal analysis of social media representation of COVID-19 Oluwayemisi Olusola Adebomi
9 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 Analysing the mythologies and the ideological nuances in photographic representation of COVID-19 containment in Kenya’s newspapers Joseph N. Nyanoti
10 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 Imagine dying from an overseas disease, when you do not even own a passport: A critical analysis of Twitter conversations in the wake of COVID-19 in Kenya and South Africa Job Mwaura, Ufuoma Akpojivi
11 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 COVID-19 narratives and counter-narratives in Ghana: The dialectics of state messaging and alternative re/de-constructions Kwame Akuffo Anoff-Ntow, Wisdom J. Tettey
12 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 Guardians of truth? Fact-checking the ‘disinfodemic’ in Southern Africa during the COVID-19 pandemic Admire Mare, Allen Munoriyarwa
13 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 Active news audience in COVID-19 pandemic season: Online news sharing motives and secondary gatekeeping decisions by social media users in Nigeria Babatunde Raphael Ojebuyi, Adeola Obafemi Mobolaji, Ridwan Abiola Kolawole
14 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 Use of Senegalese music to raise coronavirus awareness on social media Estrella Sendra,   Keyti
15 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 The influence of photographs, music and comedy in Instagram coronavirus messages on adult preventive habits IfeKristi T. Ayo-Obiremi
16 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 Nigerian government and management of news and information on the coronavirus pandemic Gloria Chimeziem Ernest-Samuel, Ngozi Eje Uduma
17 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 Media and the coronavirus pandemic in Africa Martin N. Ndlela
18 [GO] 2022―Jan―31 Pandemic politics and Africa: Examining discourses of Afrophobia in the news media Téwodros W. Workneh
19 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 God and COVID-19 in Burundian social media: The political fight for the control of the narrative Antea Paviotti
20 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 Social media, fake news and fake COVID-19 cures in Nigeria Temple Uwalaka, Bigman Nwala, Amadi Confidence Chinedu
21 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 From COVID-19 to COVID-666: Quasi-religious mentality and ideologies in Nigerian coronavirus pandemic discourse Lily Chimuanya, Ebuka Elias Igwebuike
22 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 Is we they? A cross-cultural study of responses to COVID-19 updates in Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda Robert Madoi Nasaba, Nakiwala Aisha Sembatya
23 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 ‘Subaltern’ pushbacks: An analysis of responses by Facebook users to ‘racist’ statements by two French doctors on testing a COVID-19 vaccine in Africa Selina Linda Mudavanhu
24 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 Infobotting COVID-19: A case study of Ask Nameesa in Egypt Mona Khattab
25 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 South African newspaper coverage of COVID-19: A content analysis Herman Wasserman, Wallace Chuma, Tanja Bosch, Chikezie E. Uzuegbunam, Rachel Flynn
26 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 West African-diasporic social media users facing COVID-19: Care, emotions and power during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic Syntia Hasenöhrl
27 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 An evaluation of constructive journalism in Zimbabwe: A case study of The Herald’s coverage of the coronavirus pandemic Thulani Tshabangu, Abiodun Salawu
28 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 Media representation of China in the time of pandemic: A comparative study of Kenyan and Ethiopian media Hangwei Li
29 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 Media and global pandemics: Continuities and discontinuities Tendai Chari, Ufuoma Akpojivi
30 [GO] 2021―May―25 ‘You can’t arrest a virus’: The freedom of expression crisis within Egypt’s response to COVID-19 Gabriele Cosentino
31 [GO] 2021―May―25 Communication lapses to combating COVID-19 pandemic: Evaluating Ghana’s COVID-19 campaign Jacob Nyarko, Michael Yao Wodui Serwornoo, Benedine Azanu
32 [GO] 2021―May―25 COVID-19 containment and control: Information source credibility and adoption of prevention strategies among residents in South West Nigeria Mustapha Adeniyi Adeitan, Ngozi Joy Onyechi, Ozioma Omah
33 [GO] 2021―May―25 Influence of conspiracy theories, misinformation and knowledge on public adoption of Nigerian government’s COVID-19 containment policies Ifeoma Theresa Amobi, Lambe Kayode Mustapha, Lilian Adaora Udodi, Oluwakemi Akinuliola-Aweda, Mogbonj뫞 Esther Adesulure, Innocent Okoye
34 [GO] 2021―May―25 Fear-arousing persuasive communication and behaviour change: COVID-19 in Kenya Omukule Emojong’
35 [GO] 2021―May―25 Exploring COVID-19 infodemic in rural Africa: A case study of Chintheche, Malawi Levi Zeleza Manda
36 [GO] 2021―May―25 The societal importance of journalistic health reporting on the COVID-19 pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa: Impressions from science and health journalism organizations Stefan Wollnik
37 [GO] 2021―May―25 Communicating COVID-19 to rural dwellers: Revisiting the role of traditional media in crisis communication Ezinne Abaneme, Chinedu Nwasum, Oscar Chima, Ogbonnanya Elechi, Ngozi Uduma
38 [GO] 2021―May―25 A systematic review of the spread of information during pandemics: A case of the 2020 COVID-19 virus Oluwakemi Shobowale
39 [GO] 2021―May―25 The coronavirus pandemic in Africa: Crisis communication challenges Martin N. Ndlela

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