Ibrahim Seaga Shaw

Books & Publications



BOOKS & Publications

 

 
Books (Monographs) 
  • Shaw, Ibrahim.S (2016) Business Journalism: A Critical Political Economy Approach. Routledge. Taylor and Francis. London.UK
  • Shaw, Ibrahim.S (2012) Human Rights Journalism:  Advances in Reporting distant humanitarian interventions. Palgrave Macmillan. Hampshire. Basingstoke
 
Books (Edited Collections/Readers)
  • Roy, S and Shaw, IS (2016)(Eds.) Communicating Differences: Culture, Media, Peace and Conflict Negotiation. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK
  • Shaw, Ibrahim.S, Hackett, R, Lynch, J (2012)(Eds.) Expanding Peace Journalism: Critical and Comparative Perspectives. Sydney University Press
 
 
Book Chapters
 
  • Shaw, I.S (2016) Citizen Journalism, Cyber-activism, and ‘crowdsourcing: The mediation of the sacking of Sierra Leone’s vice president Sam Sumana on Face Book. In Bruce Mutsvairo (Ed) Mobile Media, Digital Activism and Dilemmas for Democracy in Africa. Palgrave Macmillan. Hampshire. UK    
  • Roy, S & Shaw, IS (2016) Introduction: Communicating Differences—Toward Breaking the boundaries for Peace and Conflict Research. In Sudeshna Roy and Ibrahim Seaga Shaw (Eds.) Communicating Differences: Culture, Media, Peace and Conflict Negotiation. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK
  • Shaw, I.S (2016) Reporting the Lee Rigby Murder and the Anti-Muslim Hostilities in the UK in 2013: The Cultural Clash Communication and Human Wrongs Journalism Nexus. In Sudeshna Roy and Ibrahim Seaga Shaw (Eds.) Communicating Differences: Culture, Media, Peace and Conflict Negotiation. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK
  • Shaw, I.S (2015) From Citizen Journalism to Human Rights Journalism: Framing the Ebola Epidemic in Sierra Leone on Facebook. In Bruce Mutsvairo(Ed) Participatory Politics and Citizen Journalism in a Networked Africa: A Connected Continent
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S (2013) Humanitarian Journalism. In Fackson Banda (Ed.)  Model Curricula for Journalism Education: A compendium of New Syllabi. UNESCO Series on Journalism Education
  • Shaw, Ibrahim.S (2012) Human Rights Journalism: A critical Theoretical Framework of a new Strand of Peace Journalism. In Ibrahim Seaga Shaw, Jake Lynch and Robert H Hackett (eds) Expanding Peace Journalism: Critical and comparative approaches .Sydney University Press 
  • Lynch, J, R.A. Hackett and Shaw, I.S (2012) Introduction: Expanding Peace Journalism: Comparative and Critical Approaches. In Ibrahim Seaga Shaw, Jake Lynch and Robert Hackett (Eds.) Expanding Peace Journalism: Comparative and Critical Approaches. Sydney University Press
  • Shaw, Ibrahim.S (2007) Le regard des journalists Occidentaux sur la guerre en Sierra Leone: LECTURE CRITIQUE DU TRAVAIL DE 3 JOURNALISTES FRANCAIS, IN François Biyele (Ed) Nouvelles approches des problematiques de communication  sur l’Afrique  subsaharienne: REPRESENTATIONS, IDEOLOGIE ET INSTRUMENTALISATION, L’Harmattan, Paris (Currently being translated into English)
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S (2000) Chemin Deficil d'exil  dans “Comment la France Traite l’Asile Politique”, L’Harmattan, Paris
 
 
Forthcoming Book Chapters
 
  •  Shaw, I.S (2017) UNESCO Journalism Education Model Curricula in Africa— A call for a “glocal” rather than global (universal) journalism model. In Hayes Mawindi Mabweazara (Ed.)Newsmaking Cultures in Africa: Normative Trends in theDynamics of Socio-Political & Economic Struggles. Palgrave MacMillan (Passed Peer Review)
  • Shaw, I.S (2016) Media, Culture and Human Rights: Towards an intercultural communication and human rights journalism nexus. In Howard Tumber and Julio Waisbord (Eds.)  Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights (In press )
  • Shaw, I.S (2018) The Prospects and Challenges of Mediating Peacebuilding in Africa: Towards a human rights journalism approach. In Jacinta Maweu and Admire Mare (Eds) Media, Conflicts and Peace building in Africa. Routledge 
  • Shaw, I.S (2018) Western Liberal Democracy: How different is the African Journalism model? In Mehita Iqani and Sarah Chiumbu (Eds) Media Studies.  Oxford University  Press. UK 
  • Shaw, I.S (2018) From financial journalism to business journalism: Towards public business journalism. In Jacqueline Lima Dorado, Denise Lopez Da Silva, and Renan Da Silva Marques (Eds.) Political Economy of Journalism Tendencies, prospects and regional development 
 
 Preface and Foreword
 
  • Shaw, I.S (2016) Preface. In Charlène Cabot: Climate Change, Security Risks, and Conflict Reduction in Africa: A Case Study of Farmer-Herder Conflicts over Natural Resources in Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, and Burkina Faso. Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace, vol. 12 (Berlin – Heidelberg – New York: Springer, 2016). 
  • Shaw, I.S (2016) Foreword. Hans Günter Brauch, Ursula Oswald Spring, Juliet Bennett, Serena Eréndira Serrano Oswald (Eds.): Addressing Global Environmental Challenges from a Peace Ecology Perspective. SpringerBriefs in Environment, Security, Development and Peace, vol. 27 (Cham–Heidelberg – New York – Dordrecht – London: Springer-Verlag, 2016)
 
 Academic Journal articles
 
  • Shaw, Ibrahim Seaga (2012) Stereotypical Representations of Muslims and Islam following the 7/7 terrorist attacks in London: Implications for Intercultural Communication and Terrorism Prevention. International Communication Gazette (SAGE). Volume 13. Autumn. 74 (6).  509-524
  • Roy, Sudeshna and Shaw, Ibrahim Seaga (2012) (Guest Editors) Intercultural Communication in a conflict-torn world: Critical questions/connections/implications (Editorial). International     Communication Gazette (SAGE) October. 74 (6). 507-508 
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S (2012) The ‘War on Terror’ frame and Washington Post’s linking of the Sierra Leone civil war to 9/11 and Al Qaeda: Implications for US foreign policy in Africa. Journal of African Media Studies. Intellect. Vol.4. No.1 
  • Franks, Suzanne and Shaw, Ibrahim Seaga (2012) Global Media and the War on Terror: Why Some Wars Matter? In Suzanne Franks &   Ibrahim Seaga Shaw co-editors (2012) Media and the ‘War on Terror’ in Africa. Journal of African Media Studies. Intellect. Vol. 4.No. 1       
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S ( 2010) The Politics of Humanitarian Intervention: A critical analogy of the British Response to end the Slave Trade and the Civil War in Sierra Leone. Journal of Global Ethics. Routledge Taylor & Francis. Vol.6 Issue 3
  • Shaw, Ibrahim, S (2009) Towards an African Journalism Model: A Critical Historical Perspective. The International Communication Gazette. SAGE.Vol 71. No 6.p491 October
  • Shaw, Ibrahim, S (2009) The ‘us only’ and ‘us+them’ frames in reporting the Sierra Leone  war: Implications for peace journalism and global justice in Ethical Space. March
 
  • Shaw, Ibrahim, S (2007)‘Historical Frames and the politics of humanitarian intervention: From Ethiopia, Somalia to Rwanda’  in Globalisation, Societies and Education. Routledge: Taylor and Francis. Vol.5 No.3 November 2007
  • Shaw, Ibrahim,  S (2007) ‘The media’s agenda-setting role in Liberia’s 2005 presidential runoff election’. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies. Routledge Taylor and Francis. 2007; 28: 56 – 80
  • Shaw, Ibrahim,  S (2006) “Western Media Correspondents and the Sierra Leone Civil War (1996-2001): Evocative or Diagnostic Reporting?” in Africa Quarterly, Aug-Oct, Vol 46 , No.3, 2006     “Deux correspondants AFP et leurs sources face a l’attaque sanglante de Freetown par des rebelles du RUF du 6 jan.1999”, JOURNEE d’ETUDE “ FIGURES DU TEMOINS”, May 2004, ASSIC, CHRIME, University of Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle
 
Guest Editor
  • In Suzanne Franks &   Ibrahim Seaga Shaw co-editors (2012) Media and the ‘War on Terror’ in Africa. Journal of African Media Studies. Intellect. Vol. 4.No. 1       
  • Sudeshna Roy &  Shaw, Ibrahim Seaga  (2012) – Critical Intersections @ The Centre: Reflections on the Centrality of Intercultural Communication in a Conflict-Torn World. International Communication Gazette (SAGE). Volume 13. Autumn 74 (6).
 
In Preparation  -  Academic Journal by Invitation
 
  •  Shaw, I.S (2017) How the 7/7 bombing was framed and remembered in Africa 10 years on: Implications for Intercultural communication and human rights journalism Journalism: Theory and Practice (Special 10th Anniversary Issue guest-edited by Julian Matthews of Leicester University—Abstract reviewed and accepted, article under peer review.
 
Book Editorial Board
  • Invited to serve on the Editorial Board for ‘SAGE Handbook of Censorship’ by Index on Censorship
 
 
Reports available in public domain
 
  • Co-Author of FORUM REPORT-Press Freedom Forum Series “Peace Reporting, Professionalism and Journalists’ Safety in Sri Lanka” Oct. 10-12 2007 ((www.exiledjournalists.net)
  • Co- Author of FORUM REPORT-Press Freedom Forum Series (Public Order, State Security and Press Freedom in Ethiopia: Towards finding a common ground, 27-29 September 2006, London, UK organised and published by the  Exiled Journalists’ Network. (www.exiledjournalists.net)


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