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1) MEDIA, CONFLICT AND PEACEKEEPING

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2) MEDIA AND GOVERNANCE

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3) MEDIA AND SOMALI DIASPORA

4) INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTERS

  • ABUBAKER, R. H. A., (April 22, 2010), ‘The limitation of Aljazeera: a case study of the Somali diaspora audience in Britain,’ Undergraduate dissertation, University of Westminster.
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  • SAMATAR, A. (SPRING 2005) ‘Debating Somali Identity in a British Tribunal: The BBC Somali Service’, Arab World Geographer, 9(1).

5) ONLINE MEDIA

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6) TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  • COLLINS, G. (July 2009) ‘Connected: Exploring the extraordinary demand for telecoms services in post-collapse Somalia’, Mobilities. 4(2): 203-223.
  • FELDMAN, B. (September 2007) ‘Somalia: Amidst the Rubble, A Vibrant Telecommunications Infrastructure’, Review of African Political Economy, 34(113): 565-572.
  • INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS UNION (ITU) (2006) ‘ICT and Telecommunications in Least Developed Countries’. Mid term review for the decade 2000-2010 International Telecommunications Union, Geneva, p.99.
  • MENKHAUS, K. (2003) ‘State collapse in Somalia: second thoughts’, Review of African Political Economy, 30(97): 405-422.
  • NURHUSSEIN, S. (2008) ‘Global networks, fragmentation, and the rise of telecommunications in stateless Somalia’, Thesis, University of Oregon.
  • POWELL, B., R. FORD and A.NOWRASTEH (2006) ‘Somalia after state collapse: chaos or improvement?’ Independent Institute working paper 30.
  • SMALL GLOBE SOLUTIONS, (2011) ‘Somaliland Telcom Industry: The New Decade and the Challenges Ahead,’ Hargeysa.

7) OTHERS

Somali Media Mapping report