Women journalists in Namibia's liberation struggle 1985 - 1990.
This study investigates the experiences of women journalists during the last phase of Namibia's liberation struggle against South African rule. Black and white, women journalists in Namibia Namibia (nämĭb`ēə), officially Republic of Namibia, republic (2005 est. pop. 2,031,000), c.318,000 sq mi (823,620 sq km), SW Africa. made significant contributions to the liberation cause--including the founding of a high-profiled newspaper--whilst others worked for media sympathetic to the apartheid apartheid (əpärt`hīt) [Afrik.,=apartness], system of racial segregation peculiar to the Republic of South Africa, the legal basis of which was largely repealed in 1991–92. government. Based on interviews and deploying feminist media theory, Maria Mboono Ngihidinwa pays close attention to the gendered power relationships in the news rooms and radio stations at the time. She looks at the intense political intimidations which targeted women and, in particular, the constraints CONSTRAINTS - A language for solving constraints using value inference.
["CONSTRAINTS: A Language for Expressing Almost-Hierarchical Descriptions", G.J. Sussman et al, Artif Intell 14(1):1-39 (Aug 1980)]. experienced by black women journalists.
Maria Mboono Nghidinwa, a former journalist for the Namibian Press Agency (NAMPA), was awarded her PhD for this study from Howard University Howard University, at Washington, D.C.; coeducational; with federal support. It was founded in 1867 by Gen. Oliver O. Howard of the Freedmen's Bureau, to provide education for newly emancipated slaves. A normal and preparatory department was opened the same year. (Washington DC). She currently works at the UN headquarters in New York New York, state, United States
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By Maria Mboono Ngidinwa
Basler Afrika Bibliographien, Windhoek, Namibia 2008