Flags and Borders

African nations prior to colonization had ways of communicating and communication patterns that are as yet unidentified. Where is the research, who does it and what are the mechanisms for mitigating this new knowledge to appropriate the control levers within the communication sciences?

 

This chapter should allow ultimately to discover and clarify the TRENDS in EDUCATION in Journalism in Africa and who set them…

The behavior of the public changes, evolves, causes surprises more often than one thinks ahead… Reactions to poor political as environmental and so on…occurences remain unpredictable…What about the communication, what about the media throughout these changes, in the light of cultural parameters in Africa and in view of the development of journalism education?

What concerns us here are the professionals on the ground and the training they had: are they up to their task? In addition to the vicissitudes of the digital era, we discern a variety of behaviors that coincide with historical facts and linguistic legacies, we check the facts.

A question will inevitably arise as to whether this inalienable data should be taken into account in determining the form and content of training in media professions and the institutional framework which should shelter it…

That suggests that studies on developments in journalism teaching through changes in the various audiences that consume the media products, the success demands the mastery of the roots. this is how we will know WHO sets the trends in journalism education in Africa.

 

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