The Media-Democracy Paradox in Ghana is Now Available!
The Media-Democracy Paradox in Ghana focuses on the matrix offered by the media-democracy paradox in Ghana, Africa and the Global South. Uniquely placed as the first black African country south of the Sahara to attain political independence from Britain, Ghana is widely acknowledged by the international community as a model of democracy. The book researches into the praxis of this democracy and its media, delving into Ghana’s evolvement, media practice, leadership aspirations, pressure group politics and ethnic and tribal cleavages.
A rich data source for students, scholars and researchers on both the African continent and in the diaspora, The Media-Democracy Paradox in Ghana examines the growing influence of social media in political discourse and provides an insightful analysis on debates surrounding political communication and its implications for strengthening democratic culture.