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Gaps in Global Media Reporting on violence in Nigeria

Abstract : This contribution seeks to explore the global media ’s treatment of violence in Nigeria between June 2006 and May 2014. In the first six months of 2014, Nigeria attracted a high level of attention from the Western media. Based on the recent volume of articles inspired by increasing interest in on-going events in the country, there are a variety of reports and explanations unveiling the complexity of the phenomenon particularly in regard to the Boko Haram crisis.
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Corentin Cohen. Gaps in Global Media Reporting on violence in Nigeria. Cahier des UMIFRE, FMSH-UMIFRE-MEAE-CNRS, 2015, pp.37 - 41. ⟨hal-03459510⟩

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