Elections and the Media in Post-Conflict Africa Votes and Voices for Peace?
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Publisher: Zed Books, Limited
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Over the past ten years, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Chad, Central African Republic, Congo Brazzaville and Rwanda all organized pluralist elections in a post conflict context, having experienced an armed conflict which either interrupted or prevented democratization processes. These polls were organized with the support of the international community, which viewed them as a crucial step in the peace-building process. The local media's role throughout has been to ensure that an electoral process is actually 'free and fair' - a role that becomes even more crucial in countries where the media have previously being perceived as warmongers or peace-builders in the conflicts.Giving More...
|Note on currency|
|Introduction: new votes and new voices|
|Elections and the media in Central Africa: stakes and challenges|
|The preparatory phase: the media's pre-election commitments|
|The media during the election campaign|
|From polling day to the results|
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