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Book Review - The Handbook of Journalism Studies, Editions 2009 and 2020

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Carolyne M. Lunga

City, University of London, GB
About Carolyne

Carolyne M. Lunga is a Journalism PhD candidate at City, University of London (UK) with 9 years of experience as a Journalism lecturer. She is currently serving as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the MA International Journalism programme and teaches International News, Global Journalism and Media Ethics courses. She holds two Master's degrees in Journalism and Media Studies and Education both acquired from Rhodes University in South Africa, an Academic Practice Certificate from City, University of London and an Associate Fellowship for Higher Education (AFHEA). For her PhD, she is researching how collaborative investigative journalism is being done in southern Africa. Her research interests are in the areas of investigative journalism, digital journalism, media ethics, normative theories of the media, disinformation and misinformation.

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How to Cite: Lunga, C.M., 2021. Book Review - The Handbook of Journalism Studies, Editions 2009 and 2020. JOMEC Journal, (16), pp.134–143. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18573/jomec.215
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Published on 01 Jun 2021.
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