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ISSN : ISSN : 2516-2705 E-ISSN: 2516-2713
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The Journal editorial team understands that it has not been easy for academics, researchers as well as research industry worldwide to conduct research the traditional way. Lockdowns and restrictions resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic have produced a number of ethical challenges for research, that should be considered carefully. With all challenges brought by the pandemic, it is interesting to note that, there is still brave researchers who managed to craft, write and submit articles for publications.
This publication presents the following interesting articles like: Media Jihad Conundrum in Nigeria: A Review of Military-Media Relations vis-à-vis Boko Haram; Media and Democracy: Is Conventional Media Performing the Role of the Fourth Estate of the Realm? Framing by South African local newspapers on food security; Community participation, empowerment and mobilization: The study of Eastern Cape local web newspapers; Strategies to Mitigate the Influence of Televised Entertainment Programmes using Smart Phones on Youth Deviant Behaviour; The Effects of Social Media News on Human Psychology: A Narrative Literature Review, Tourists’ Perspectives on Brand Image and Brand Loyalty of KwaZulu-Natal;
Approaches to Youth Driven HIV/Aids Dialogues of South Africa: A Social and Traditional Media Analysis; Film production and economic performance: Should South Africa invest in movies?
Covid-19 has changed societies and dramatically altered everyday life across the globe. Our present circumstances, while unprecedented, have been profoundly shaped by persistent societal realities—such as entrenched racial and economic inequality, the proliferation of misinformation, and anxieties about the ability of the world’s democracies to confront major crises. In-depth social understanding will be vital to apprehending the crisis and charting a path forward. Our team appreciate and congratulate the professional hard work done by all authors who submitted their papers for publication.