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Beacon of change: The press on AKERE Muna

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Beacon of change: The press on AKERE Muna

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The purpose of this section of the work is to give a blue print opinion, and an impartial analysis of press features on Barrister Akere Tabeng Muna (ATM). We focused on both international and national press organs, both Francophone and Anglophone. A hundred and five

(105) press features, from 35 papers (4 magazines and 31 news papers) were consulted. Apart from the press, we also consulted books, speech- es, radio and television news, opinions from professional colleagues, and more. The work is titled Beacon of Change: The Press on Akere Muna. Beacon of change because it was the most unanimous and recurrent opin- ion that ran through the majority of the papers consulted. Out of many other themes that might emerge from the press coverage, we chose to lim- it this exercise to 9 themes which for us were the most representative, and relevant (according to the press). Not every press was cited (because some carried the same themes and opinions at times), but all were consulted in other to give our hypothesis the widest justification. The work is struc- tured into 12 sections which consist of a content page, an introduction, themes- 9 chapters, and a conclusion. Both intra-text references and foot notes are used to facilitate referencing for the reader.

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The purpose of this section of the work is to give a blue print opinion, and an impartial analysis of press features on Barrister Akere Tabeng Muna (ATM). We focused on both international and national press organs, both Francophone and Anglophone. A hundred and five

(105) press features, from 35 papers (4 magazines and 31 news papers) were consulted. Apart from the press, we also consulted books, speech- es, radio and television news, opinions from professional colleagues, and more. The work is titled Beacon of Change: The Press on Akere Muna. Beacon of change because it was the most unanimous and recurrent opin- ion that ran through the majority of the papers consulted. Out of many other themes that might emerge from the press coverage, we chose to lim- it this exercise to 9 themes which for us were the most representative, and relevant (according to the press). Not every press was cited (because some carried the same themes and opinions at times), but all were consulted in other to give our hypothesis the widest justification. The work is struc- tured into 12 sections which consist of a content page, an introduction, themes- 9 chapters, and a conclusion. Both intra-text references and foot notes are used to facilitate referencing for the reader.

 


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