In the Shadows of the Kremlin and the White House: Africa's Media Image From Communism to Post-Communism
By: Charles Quist-Adade (author)Hardback
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In the Shadows of the Kremlin and the White House provides the first comparative study of the Soviet / Russian and Western press coverage of Africa. It analyzes Africa's image in the ex-Soviet and Western press by comparing news coverage of Africa in general under the two press systems. For this purpose, three Soviet publications -Pravda, Izvestia, Novoe Vremya and three Western print media - the Daily Telegraph (Britain), New York Times, and Newsweek were content-analyzed for a 16 year period (1982-1998).
Charles Quist-Adade is Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Windsor, Canada and Lecturer at Wayne State University, Michigan.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Prologue: Africa in the Shadows of the Kremlin and the White House Chapter 4 The Russian Soul Comprehending and Communicating the African Spirit: The Mass Media, Attitudes, Prejudice and Stereotypes Chapter 5 Africa in the Eyes of the Northern Press - A Content Analysis of Selected Russian and Western Publications Chapter 6 Is Russian Public Opinion Harsher than the Truth? Chapter 7 Eyes See What Eyes Want to See Chapter 8 References Chapter 9 Index
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