Gender, Popular Culture and Media Freedom
This edition of the Gender and Media Diversity Journal (GMDJ) focuses on freedom of expression. The theme is mainly informed by the 2011 Windhoek +20 celebrations of the Windhoek Declaration on Promoting Independent and Pluralistic Media, the recent debates on access to information and how freedom of expression is understood in today's society. The use of ICTs in order to enjoy freedom of expression is also tackled in this issue.
ISBN 9781920550561 | 188 pages | 246 x 189 mm | B/W Illustrations | 2012 | Gender Links, South Africa | Paperback