Dr Hayes Mabweazara

  • Lecturer (Sociology)

Biography

Dr Hayes Mabweazara has long-standing experience in both academic and professional media contexts. He joined the School of Social and Political Sciences from Falmouth University where he taught Journalism Studies for several years. Prior to coming to the UK, he taught journalism and cognate subject areas in his native country, Zimbabwe at the National University of Science and Technology.

A journalism and media studies scholar focused on advancing the understanding of what is happening to news in a rapidly changing media environment, his research concentrates primarily on the intersections between digital media and mainstream journalism practice in Africa and the wider global South. He explores how immediate conditions of practice and broader social circumstances set conditions for distinctive forms of new technology use, as well as how technologies are impacting on traditional journalistic standards, values and practices. His publications in this area feature in a number of international peer reviewed journals and edited book volumes.

Hayes is a Research Associate in the Department of Journalism, Film & Television at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa and a Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (FHEA), UK.


Research interests

Hayes’s research interests and expertise lie in the field of ‘new’ media and journalism practice in Africa and the wider global South. His PhD research examined how African mainstream journalists appropriate new technologies in their everyday professional practices.


His current research is partly built on the foundations of his PhD. Following the completion of his PhD he was awarded a research grant by The Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation to carry out a cross-cultural comparative examination of newsmaking practices in Scottish and Zimbabwean newsrooms with respect to how journalists in the two countries use new information and communication technologies.

In addition to the above, he has particular interest and expertise in the reception of media texts across cultures and has worked on a research project titled, ‘Digital “Pirate” Radio and the Struggle for Democracy in Zimbabwe’, funded by the Centre for Media and Transitional Societies (CMTS) at Carleton University, Canada in collaboration with the International Development Research Centre (IDRC).

Hayes edited 'Digital Technologies and the Evolving African Newsroom' (Routledge, 2015) and 'Online Journalism in Africa' (Routledge, 2014). He has also guest edited a number of journal special issues, including a themed issue of 'Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism' (2011) on the subject of ‘New Media and Journalism Practice in Africa’. His most recent publication is the edited volume Newsmaking Cultures in Africa (Palgrave, 2018).

He is currently working on a monograph titled, Participatory Journalism in Africa (Routledge) and co-editing two Special Issues of African Journalism Studies (Routledge) and 'Communication: South African Journal for Communication Theory and Research' (Routledge) on ‘Fake News and Cyber Propaganda in Africa’.


Supervision

Dr Mabweazara has examined several PhDs in the UK and across a number of African countries.

He welcomes enquiries from prospective PhD applicants with an interest in topics related to digital media and news production processes; media audiences and representations; alternative/citizen media and the sociology of news.


Additional information

Since 2015 he has been Associate Editor of the journal, 'African Journalism Studies' (Routledge) and edits the journal’s special annual issue titled, ‘African Digital Media Review’.

He serves on the editorial boards of a number of leading journals, including 'Digital Journalism' (Routledge), 'Journalism Practice' (Routledge) and the 'Journal of Alternative & Community Media' (Griffiths University).


Publications

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Number of items: 40.

2019

Mabweazara, H. , Moyo, D. and Mare, A. (2019) Special Issue: Fake News, Bots and Cyber-Propaganda in Africa [Guest Editor]. African Journalism Studies, (Accepted for Publication)

2018

Mabweazara, H. M. (Ed.) (2018) Newsmaking Cultures in Africa. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9781137541086

Mabweazara, H. M. (2018) Reinvigorating 'age-old questions': African journalism cultures and the fallacy of global normative homogeneity. In: Mabweazara, H. M. (ed.) Newsmaking Cultures in Africa: Normative Trends in the Dynamics of Socio-Political and Economic Struggles. Palgrave Macmillan: London, pp. 1-27. ISBN 9781137541086 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-54109-3_1)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2018) When your 'take-home' can hardly take you home: moonlighting and the quest for economic survival in the Zimbabwean press. In: Mabweazara, H. M. (ed.) Newsmaking Cultures in Africa: Normative Trends in the Dynamics of Socio-Political and Economic Struggles. Palgrave Macmillan: London, pp. 99-117. ISBN 9781137541086 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-54109-3_5)

White, R. A. and Mabweazara, H. M. (2018) African journalism cultures: the struggle for free expression against neo-patrimonial governance. In: Mabweazara, H. M. (ed.) Newsmaking Cultures in Africa: Normative Trends in the Dynamics of Socio-Political and Economic Struggles. Palgrave Macmillan: London, pp. 53-76. ISBN 9781137541086 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-54109-3_3)

2017

Mabweazara, H. M. (2017) Contexts, prospects, and contradictions: histories of internet-based digital journalism research in Africa. In: Goggin, G. and McLelland, M. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Global Internet Histories. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group: New York, pp. 399-411. ISBN 9781138812161

Mabweazara, H. M. and Mare, A. (2017) Researching the fluid and multisited appropriations of digital technologies in African newsrooms. In: Tong, J. and Lo, S.-H. (eds.) Digital Technology and Journalism: an International Comparative Perspective. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, pp. 317-345. ISBN 9783319550251 (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-55026-8_14)

2016

Mabweazara, H. M. , Mudhai, O. F. and Whittaker, J. (Eds.) (2016) Online Journalism in Africa: Trends, Practices and Emerging Cultures. Series: Routledge advances in internationalizing media studies. Routledge: New York. ISBN 9781138689190

2015

Mabweazara, H. M. (2015) African journalism in the ‘digital era’: charting a research agenda. African Journalism Studies, 36(1), pp. 11-17. (doi:10.1080/23743670.2015.1008124)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2015) Charting theoretical directions for examining African journalism in the “digital era”. Journalism Practice, 9(1), pp. 106-122. (doi:10.1080/17512786.2014.928469)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2015) 'It's our paper!' ethnic identity politics and indigenous language newspapers readers in Zimbabwe: the case of uMthunywa. In: Mano, W. (ed.) Racism, Ethnicity and the Media in Africa: Mediating Conflict in the Twenty-First Century. I.B. Tauris: London, pp. 100-116. ISBN 9781780767062

Mabweazara, H. M. (2015) Mainstreaming African digital cultures, practices and emerging forms of citizen engagement. African Journalism Studies, 36(4), pp. 1-11. (doi:10.1080/23743670.2015.1119486)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2015) 'A clash of cultures:' pirate radio convergence and reception in Africa. In: Atton, C. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group: London, pp. 494-504. ISBN 9780415644044

2014

Mabweazara, H. (Ed.) (2014) Digital Technologies and the Evolving African Newsroom: Towards an African Digital Journalism Epistemology. Series: Journalism studies. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138823839

Mabweazara, H. M. (2014) Zimbabwe's mainstream press in the 'social media age': emerging practices, cultures and normative dilemmas. In: Mabweazara, H., Mudhai, O. F. and Whittaker, J. (eds.) Online Journalism in Africa: Trends, Practices and Emerging Cultures. Series: Routledge advances in internationalizing media studies. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 65-86. ISBN 9780415503747

Mabweazara, H. M. and Mavhungu, J. (2014) The South African mainstream press in the online environment: successes, opportunities and challenges. In: Mabweazara, H., Mudhai, O. F. and Whittaker, J. (eds.) Online Journalism in Africa: Trends, Practices and Emerging Cultures. Series: Routledge advances in internationalizing media studies. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 34-48. ISBN 9780415503747

Mabweazara, H. M. , Mudhai, O. F. and Whittaker, J. (2014) Introduction: online journalism in Africa: trends, practices and emerging cultures. In: Mabweazara, H., Mudhai, O. F. and Whittaker, J. (eds.) Online Journalism in Africa: Trends, Practices and Emerging Cultures. Series: Routledge advances in internationalizing media studies. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 1-13. ISBN 9780415503747

Mabweazara, H. M. (2014) Introduction, ‘Digital technologies and the evolving African newsroom’: towards an African digital journalism epistemology. Digital Journalism, 2(1), pp. 2-11. (doi:10.1080/21670811.2013.850195)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2014) Readers comments on Zimbabwean newspaper websites: how audience voices are challenging and (re)defining traditional journalism. Digital Journalism, 2(1), pp. 44-61. (doi:10.1080/21670811.2013.850200)

2013

Mabweazara, H. M. (2013) ‘Ethnography as negotiated lived experience’: researching the fluid and multi-sited uses of digital technologies in journalism practice. Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 9(3), pp. 97-120. (doi:10.16997/wpcc.175)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2013) ‘Pirate’ radio, convergence and reception in Zimbabwe. Telematics and Informatics, 30(3), pp. 232-241. (doi:10.1016/j.tele.2012.02.007)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2013) Normative dilemmas and issues for Zimbabwean print journalism in the "information society" era. Digital Journalism, 1(1), pp. 135-151. (doi:10.1080/21670811.2012.740272)

2012

Mabweazara, H. M. and Taylor, A. (2012) Exploring effective pedagogies for delivering journalism work-based learning in UK higher education. Journal of Media Practice, 13(2), pp. 125-142. (doi:10.1386/jmpr.13.2.125_1)

2011

Atton, C. and Mabweazara, H. (2011) New media and journalism practice in Africa: an agenda for research. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12(6), pp. 667-673. (doi:10.1177/1464884911405467)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2011) Between the newsroom and the pub: the mobile phone in the dynamics of everyday mainstream journalism practice in Zimbabwe. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12(6), pp. 692-707. (doi:10.1177/1464884911405468)

Atton, C. and Mabweazara, H. (2011) Special Issue: New Media and Journalism Practice in Africa: An Agenda for Research [Guest Editor]. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12(6),

Mabweazara, H. and Atton, C. (2011) New Media and Journalism Practice in Africa [editors]. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12(6),

Mabweazara, H. M. (2011) Newsmaking practices and professionalism in the Zimbabwean press. Journalism Practice, 5(1), pp. 100-117. (doi:10.1080/17512786.2010.493331)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2011) 'Wiring' African newsrooms: the internet and mainstream print journalism practice in Zimbabwe. In: Wachanga, D. N. (ed.) Cultural Identity and New Communication Technologies: Political, Ethnic and Ideological Implications. IGI Global, pp. 144-162. ISBN 9781609605919 (doi:10.4018/978-1-60960-591-9.ch008)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2011) The internet in the print newsroom: trends, practices and emerging cultures in Zimbabwe. In: Domingo, D. and Paterson, C. (eds.) Making Online News. Volume 2: Newsroom Ethnography in the Second Decade of Internet Journalism. Series: Digital formations. Peter Lang Publishing Inc, pp. 45-56. ISBN 9781433110641

2010

Mabweazara, H. M. (2010) Researching the use of new technologies (ICTs) in Zimbabwean newsrooms: an ethnographic approach. Qualitative Research, 10(6), pp. 659-677. (doi:10.1177/1468794110380516)

Downing, J. D. H., Hadland, A., Mudhai, O. F., Tyson, R. and Mabweazara, H. M. (2010) Making Online News: The Ethnography of New Media Production, by Chris Paterson and David Domingo (Eds.). Peter Lang, 2008. ISBN: 9781433102141. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 31(1), p. 236. (doi:10.1080/02560054.2010.9653414) [Book Review]

Mabweazara, H. M. (2010) 'New' technologies and journalism practice in Africa: towards a critical sociological approach. In: Hyde-Clarke, N. (ed.) The Citizen in Communication: Re-visiting Traditional, New and Community Media Practices in South Africa. Juta & Co.: Capetown, pp. 11-30.

Mabweazara, H. M. (2010) 'When your "take-home" can hardly take you home': moonlighting and the quest for economic survival in the Zimbabwean press. African Communication Research, 3(3), pp. 431-450.

2009

Mabweazara, H. M. (2009) Regional identity and the politics of belonging in the consumption of Zimbabwe's vernacular tabloid newspaper, uMthunywa in Bulawayo. Journal of African Media Studies, 1(3), pp. 449-467. (doi:10.1386/jams.1.3.449/1)

Mabweazara, H. M. and Strelitz, L. N. (2009) Investigating the popularity of the Zimbabwean tabloid newspaper uMthunywa: a reception study of Bulawayo readers. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 30(2), pp. 113-133. (doi:10.1080/02560054.2009.9653398)

2008

Atton, C., McCleery, A., Mabweazara, H. and Ward, S. (2008) Creative Futures: Building the Creative Economy through Universities. Final Report. Project Report. Million+, Edinburgh.

2007

Mabweazara, H. (2007) 'It's our paper': the Bulawayo tabloid uMthunywa. Rhodes Journalism Review(27), pp. 54-55.

2005

Mabweazara, H.M. (2005) Revisiting journalism's self understanding of its social practice in Zimbabwe: some critical reflections for African journalism. In: Conradie, D.P., Fourie, W.E., Wasserman, H. and Muir, C. (eds.) Communication Science in South Africa: Contemporary Issues: Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Communication Association. Juta: Cape Town, S.A., pp. 24-35.

Mabweazara, H. M. (2005) Chapter on Zimbabwe. In: Berger, G. (ed.) Doing Digital Journalism: How South African News Gatherers Are Using ICTs. High Way Africa: Grahamstown, pp. 91-106.

This list was generated on Thu May 23 11:29:08 2019 BST.
Number of items: 40.

Articles

Mabweazara, H. , Moyo, D. and Mare, A. (2019) Special Issue: Fake News, Bots and Cyber-Propaganda in Africa [Guest Editor]. African Journalism Studies, (Accepted for Publication)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2015) African journalism in the ‘digital era’: charting a research agenda. African Journalism Studies, 36(1), pp. 11-17. (doi:10.1080/23743670.2015.1008124)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2015) Charting theoretical directions for examining African journalism in the “digital era”. Journalism Practice, 9(1), pp. 106-122. (doi:10.1080/17512786.2014.928469)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2015) Mainstreaming African digital cultures, practices and emerging forms of citizen engagement. African Journalism Studies, 36(4), pp. 1-11. (doi:10.1080/23743670.2015.1119486)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2014) Introduction, ‘Digital technologies and the evolving African newsroom’: towards an African digital journalism epistemology. Digital Journalism, 2(1), pp. 2-11. (doi:10.1080/21670811.2013.850195)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2014) Readers comments on Zimbabwean newspaper websites: how audience voices are challenging and (re)defining traditional journalism. Digital Journalism, 2(1), pp. 44-61. (doi:10.1080/21670811.2013.850200)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2013) ‘Ethnography as negotiated lived experience’: researching the fluid and multi-sited uses of digital technologies in journalism practice. Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 9(3), pp. 97-120. (doi:10.16997/wpcc.175)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2013) ‘Pirate’ radio, convergence and reception in Zimbabwe. Telematics and Informatics, 30(3), pp. 232-241. (doi:10.1016/j.tele.2012.02.007)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2013) Normative dilemmas and issues for Zimbabwean print journalism in the "information society" era. Digital Journalism, 1(1), pp. 135-151. (doi:10.1080/21670811.2012.740272)

Mabweazara, H. M. and Taylor, A. (2012) Exploring effective pedagogies for delivering journalism work-based learning in UK higher education. Journal of Media Practice, 13(2), pp. 125-142. (doi:10.1386/jmpr.13.2.125_1)

Atton, C. and Mabweazara, H. (2011) New media and journalism practice in Africa: an agenda for research. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12(6), pp. 667-673. (doi:10.1177/1464884911405467)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2011) Between the newsroom and the pub: the mobile phone in the dynamics of everyday mainstream journalism practice in Zimbabwe. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12(6), pp. 692-707. (doi:10.1177/1464884911405468)

Atton, C. and Mabweazara, H. (2011) Special Issue: New Media and Journalism Practice in Africa: An Agenda for Research [Guest Editor]. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12(6),

Mabweazara, H. and Atton, C. (2011) New Media and Journalism Practice in Africa [editors]. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12(6),

Mabweazara, H. M. (2011) Newsmaking practices and professionalism in the Zimbabwean press. Journalism Practice, 5(1), pp. 100-117. (doi:10.1080/17512786.2010.493331)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2010) Researching the use of new technologies (ICTs) in Zimbabwean newsrooms: an ethnographic approach. Qualitative Research, 10(6), pp. 659-677. (doi:10.1177/1468794110380516)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2010) 'When your "take-home" can hardly take you home': moonlighting and the quest for economic survival in the Zimbabwean press. African Communication Research, 3(3), pp. 431-450.

Mabweazara, H. M. (2009) Regional identity and the politics of belonging in the consumption of Zimbabwe's vernacular tabloid newspaper, uMthunywa in Bulawayo. Journal of African Media Studies, 1(3), pp. 449-467. (doi:10.1386/jams.1.3.449/1)

Mabweazara, H. M. and Strelitz, L. N. (2009) Investigating the popularity of the Zimbabwean tabloid newspaper uMthunywa: a reception study of Bulawayo readers. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 30(2), pp. 113-133. (doi:10.1080/02560054.2009.9653398)

Mabweazara, H. (2007) 'It's our paper': the Bulawayo tabloid uMthunywa. Rhodes Journalism Review(27), pp. 54-55.

Book Sections

Mabweazara, H. M. (2018) Reinvigorating 'age-old questions': African journalism cultures and the fallacy of global normative homogeneity. In: Mabweazara, H. M. (ed.) Newsmaking Cultures in Africa: Normative Trends in the Dynamics of Socio-Political and Economic Struggles. Palgrave Macmillan: London, pp. 1-27. ISBN 9781137541086 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-54109-3_1)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2018) When your 'take-home' can hardly take you home: moonlighting and the quest for economic survival in the Zimbabwean press. In: Mabweazara, H. M. (ed.) Newsmaking Cultures in Africa: Normative Trends in the Dynamics of Socio-Political and Economic Struggles. Palgrave Macmillan: London, pp. 99-117. ISBN 9781137541086 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-54109-3_5)

White, R. A. and Mabweazara, H. M. (2018) African journalism cultures: the struggle for free expression against neo-patrimonial governance. In: Mabweazara, H. M. (ed.) Newsmaking Cultures in Africa: Normative Trends in the Dynamics of Socio-Political and Economic Struggles. Palgrave Macmillan: London, pp. 53-76. ISBN 9781137541086 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-54109-3_3)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2017) Contexts, prospects, and contradictions: histories of internet-based digital journalism research in Africa. In: Goggin, G. and McLelland, M. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Global Internet Histories. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group: New York, pp. 399-411. ISBN 9781138812161

Mabweazara, H. M. and Mare, A. (2017) Researching the fluid and multisited appropriations of digital technologies in African newsrooms. In: Tong, J. and Lo, S.-H. (eds.) Digital Technology and Journalism: an International Comparative Perspective. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, pp. 317-345. ISBN 9783319550251 (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-55026-8_14)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2015) 'It's our paper!' ethnic identity politics and indigenous language newspapers readers in Zimbabwe: the case of uMthunywa. In: Mano, W. (ed.) Racism, Ethnicity and the Media in Africa: Mediating Conflict in the Twenty-First Century. I.B. Tauris: London, pp. 100-116. ISBN 9781780767062

Mabweazara, H. M. (2015) 'A clash of cultures:' pirate radio convergence and reception in Africa. In: Atton, C. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group: London, pp. 494-504. ISBN 9780415644044

Mabweazara, H. M. (2014) Zimbabwe's mainstream press in the 'social media age': emerging practices, cultures and normative dilemmas. In: Mabweazara, H., Mudhai, O. F. and Whittaker, J. (eds.) Online Journalism in Africa: Trends, Practices and Emerging Cultures. Series: Routledge advances in internationalizing media studies. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 65-86. ISBN 9780415503747

Mabweazara, H. M. and Mavhungu, J. (2014) The South African mainstream press in the online environment: successes, opportunities and challenges. In: Mabweazara, H., Mudhai, O. F. and Whittaker, J. (eds.) Online Journalism in Africa: Trends, Practices and Emerging Cultures. Series: Routledge advances in internationalizing media studies. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 34-48. ISBN 9780415503747

Mabweazara, H. M. , Mudhai, O. F. and Whittaker, J. (2014) Introduction: online journalism in Africa: trends, practices and emerging cultures. In: Mabweazara, H., Mudhai, O. F. and Whittaker, J. (eds.) Online Journalism in Africa: Trends, Practices and Emerging Cultures. Series: Routledge advances in internationalizing media studies. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 1-13. ISBN 9780415503747

Mabweazara, H. M. (2011) 'Wiring' African newsrooms: the internet and mainstream print journalism practice in Zimbabwe. In: Wachanga, D. N. (ed.) Cultural Identity and New Communication Technologies: Political, Ethnic and Ideological Implications. IGI Global, pp. 144-162. ISBN 9781609605919 (doi:10.4018/978-1-60960-591-9.ch008)

Mabweazara, H. M. (2011) The internet in the print newsroom: trends, practices and emerging cultures in Zimbabwe. In: Domingo, D. and Paterson, C. (eds.) Making Online News. Volume 2: Newsroom Ethnography in the Second Decade of Internet Journalism. Series: Digital formations. Peter Lang Publishing Inc, pp. 45-56. ISBN 9781433110641

Mabweazara, H. M. (2010) 'New' technologies and journalism practice in Africa: towards a critical sociological approach. In: Hyde-Clarke, N. (ed.) The Citizen in Communication: Re-visiting Traditional, New and Community Media Practices in South Africa. Juta & Co.: Capetown, pp. 11-30.

Mabweazara, H.M. (2005) Revisiting journalism's self understanding of its social practice in Zimbabwe: some critical reflections for African journalism. In: Conradie, D.P., Fourie, W.E., Wasserman, H. and Muir, C. (eds.) Communication Science in South Africa: Contemporary Issues: Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Communication Association. Juta: Cape Town, S.A., pp. 24-35.

Mabweazara, H. M. (2005) Chapter on Zimbabwe. In: Berger, G. (ed.) Doing Digital Journalism: How South African News Gatherers Are Using ICTs. High Way Africa: Grahamstown, pp. 91-106.

Book Reviews

Downing, J. D. H., Hadland, A., Mudhai, O. F., Tyson, R. and Mabweazara, H. M. (2010) Making Online News: The Ethnography of New Media Production, by Chris Paterson and David Domingo (Eds.). Peter Lang, 2008. ISBN: 9781433102141. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 31(1), p. 236. (doi:10.1080/02560054.2010.9653414) [Book Review]

Edited Books

Mabweazara, H. M. (Ed.) (2018) Newsmaking Cultures in Africa. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9781137541086

Mabweazara, H. M. , Mudhai, O. F. and Whittaker, J. (Eds.) (2016) Online Journalism in Africa: Trends, Practices and Emerging Cultures. Series: Routledge advances in internationalizing media studies. Routledge: New York. ISBN 9781138689190

Mabweazara, H. (Ed.) (2014) Digital Technologies and the Evolving African Newsroom: Towards an African Digital Journalism Epistemology. Series: Journalism studies. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138823839

Research Reports or Papers

Atton, C., McCleery, A., Mabweazara, H. and Ward, S. (2008) Creative Futures: Building the Creative Economy through Universities. Final Report. Project Report. Million+, Edinburgh.

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