ISBN 9789988236045
Pages 142
Dimensions 216 x 140mm
Published 2016
Publisher Woeli Publishing Services, Ghana
Format Paperback

Responsible Journalism and Quest for Professional Standards in Ghana

by Africanus Diedong

Ghana has a diverse and vibrant media landscape that includes state and privately owned television and radio stations, and several independent newspapers and magazines. This book looks at media ethics from the perspective of engendering journalistic responsibility, and the role of journalists in improving journalistic standards. The primary focus is on journalists within the Ghanaian context. This book will enrich discourse on Ghana has a diverse and vibrant media landscape that includes state and privately owned television and radio stations, and several independent newspapers and magazines. This book looks at media ethics from the perspective of engendering journalistic responsibility, and the role of journalists in improving journalistic standards. The primary focus is on journalists within the Ghanaian context. This book will enrich discourse on finding realistic ways and means of establishing journalistic standards in the Ghanaian media landscape.

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About the Author

Africanus Diedong

Africanus Lewil Diedong is a lecturer at the University for Development Studies and the Editor of the Ghana Journal of Development Studies