Emeka L. Umejei
PhD, Journalism and Media Studies, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Visiting Assistant Professor of Journalism and Media Studies
Emeka Umejei has been published in international academic journals such as Africa-East-Asian Affairs, Chinese Journal of Communication and African Jouralism Studies. He is widely quoted on Chinese media in Africa and has written several opinion articles on the subject.
- Feature Writing
- Media and Development
- Senior Research Project
- Journalism Studies
- Global Media/Chinese Media
- International Relations/ Media
- Democracy in Africa
- Associatuon for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)
- South African Communictaion Assocaition(Emerging Scholars Division)
- West African Network for Responsible Fishing
- Nigeria Union of Journalists
- 1.Umejei, E. (2018) Hybridizing Journalism: Clash of two 'Journalisms' in Africa, Chinese Journal of Communication. DOI: 10.1080/17544750.2018.1473266.
- Umejei, E.(2018) Mediating the Landing of a Commercial Aircraft at Waterkloof Air Force Base. African Journalism Studies, DOI: 10.1080/23743670.2018.1523065
- Umejei, E. (2018). Chinese Media in Africa: Between Promise and Reality. African Journalism Studies.doi/abs/10.1080/23743670.2018.1473275
- Umejei E. (2017). Newspaper Coverage of China’s Engagement with Nigeria: Partner or Predator? A Book chapter in China-Africa Relations: Building Images through Cultural Co-operation, Media Representation and on the Ground Activities Edited by Kathryn Batchelor and Xiaoling Zhang (pp 167-183)
- Umejei E. (2015). China’s Engagement with Nigeria: Opportunity or Opportunist? Africa East-Asian Affairs Journal, Issue 3(4): 54-78.
- Umejei E. (2008). Tourism: An option for peace in the Niger Delta. Journal Of Social and Policy Issues (Volume 5, Number 2, 2008. ISSN 1117-1669)
- Umejei E. (2018). Stoking Diplomatic Tensions: Framing Xenophobic Attacks in a Post- Truth Era. A Book chapter accepted for publication in Reporting Xenophobia in Africa edited by Professor Dumisani Moyo and Dr Shepherd Mpofu, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.
- Duru, E., Umejei, E and Ekeh, I .(2018). Weaponizing Music for Political Contestation and Rivalry in Nigeria. A book chapter accepted for publication in Music and Messaging in the African Political Arena edited by Professor Uche Onyebadi, Texas Christian University, U.S.A