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Of Tribes, Wars, and Jungles: U.S. Students Perception of Africans

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Pages: 88

Language: English

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (17 Jun. 2015)

By: Mou Seseer (Author), Propp Kathleen (Author)

With increasing global connectivity, it is important to explore the state of emerging international perceptions of others. This book does just that. The issue addressed here is American college students' perceptions of Africans. The authors applied Communication theories of Knowledge Gap and Systems Theory to access perceptions. Empirical research methods were applied. The results showed that consumption of radio and newspaper news, engagement with international news, and contact with Africans in academic, social, and work environments influenced American college students' perceptions about Africans.


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