Toussaint Nothias
Toussaint Nothias
Associate Director of Research, Digital Civil Society Lab, Stanford University
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How Western Journalists Actually Write About Africa: Re-assessing the myth of representations of Africa
T Nothias
Journalism Studies 19 (8), 1138-1159, 2018
‘Rising’,‘hopeful’,‘new’: visualizing Africa in the age of globalization
T Nothias
Visual Communication 13 (3), 323-339, 2014
Definition and scope of Afro-pessimism: Mapping the concept and its usefulness for analysing news media coverage of Africa.
T Nothias
Leeds African Studies Bulletin 74, 54-62, 2012
‘It's struck a chord we have never managed to strike’: Frames, perspectives and remediation strategies in the international news coverage of Kony2012
T Nothias
Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies 34 (1), 123-129, 2013
Access granted: Facebook’s free basics in Africa
T Nothias
Media, Culture & Society 42 (3), 329-348, 2020
A “Hotbed” of Digital Empowerment? Media Criticism in Kenya Between Playful Engagement and Co-Option
T Nothias, D Cheruiyot
International Journal of Communication 13, 24, 2019
Mediating the distant Other for the distant audience: how do Western correspondents in East and Southern Africa perceive their audience?
T Nothias
Africa's Media Image in the 21st Century, 91-100, 2016
Representation of China and the United States in Africa in online global news
C Paterson, T Nothias
Communication, Culture & Critique 9 (1), 107-125, 2016
Beyond Afro-pessimism? British and French print media discourse on Africa
T Nothias
University of Leeds, 2015
Postcolonial Reflexivity in the News Industry: The Case of Foreign Correspondents in Kenya and South Africa
T Nothias
Journal of Communication 70 (2), 245-273, 2020
The Rise and Fall… and Rise Again of Facebook’s Free Basics: Civil Society and the Challenge of Resistance to Corporate Connectivity Projects.
T Nothias
MIT Network Sovereignty Blog (Global Media Technologies and Cultures Lab), 2020
Afro-pessimism in the French and British Press Coverage of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa
T Nothias
African Football, Identity Politics and Global Media Narratives: The Legacy …, 2014
Researching and Teaching African Media Studies from the “Center”: Challenges and Opportunities for Epistemic Resistance
T Nothias
The Palgrave Handbook of Media and Communication Research in Africa, 95-109, 2018
Can free assembly survive the Internet?
L Bernholz, T Nothias
Public Books, 2021
Digital Policy Is the Nonprofit Sector’s Policy Agenda
L Bernholz, T Nothias, AS Vavrovsky
Available at SSRN 3791637, 2020
Facebook’s ongoing scramble for Africa
T Nothias
Democracy in Africa, 2020
Resisting the “Facebook-ization” of Our Public Spaces
L Bernholz, M Nkonde, T Nothias, T Petty
Stanford Rewired, 2020
Representation and Journalism
T Nothias
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication, 2020
Digital Radical Rudeness: The Story of Stella Nyanzi
T Nothias, R Kagumire
The Digital Radical, 2020
Why was 'Africa Rising'? The Roots and Perils of Afro-idealization
T Nothias
The Disorder of Things, 2019
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