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Dr. Ngugi Charles Muiru Publications
12013Communication Training Opportunities: Suggestions For UNFPA On Communications Capacity Building
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22013Some Thoughts On Media, Technology And Their Role In Development
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32013Health Communication Models
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42013Media Veterans: 70 Years Of Journalism In Kenya.
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52013Orality, Social Media, And Youth: An Integrative Model For Education And Training
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62012"From Fetters To Freedom" In The Long Walk To Media Freedom
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72012“Towards Professionalization In Kenyan Journalism.”
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82012Challenges And Opportunities For Influencing The Media Agenda
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92011Where In The World Are The Jobs For Communication Graduates?
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102011Salute To Ochieng - A Journalism Trainer Recalls First Encounter That Never Was With The Genius Of Kenya's Literary Journalism And Punditry
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112011The Media And Viewpoint Discrimination: Here Is One Unintended Consequence Of Media Liberalization
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122011On Freedom, Development And The Place Of Theology In Africa
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132011Foreword To Francis Mulwa's Book Learning From Experience
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142011“Can The Media Do It Alone? Different Stakeholders’ Challenges And The Role Of Technology And Citizen Reporting.”
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152011Wanted: A Suave, Articulate, Highly-Educated President
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162011How The Media Is Regulated In United States
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172010Leadership, Ethics And Social Responsibility: Considerations For Women Leaders
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182008How Traditional Somali Garb Became An Issue In US
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192008Mau Mau
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202008Jomo Kenyatta
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212008“Confronting Dictatorship: Doing Journalism In The Kenya Of The 1990s” Presentation To Lambda Pi Eta, Truman State University, April 1
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222008“Images Of Africa Through Select African Proverbs” Keynote Address, Sight And Sounds, African Students Association, Truman State University, February 2008
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232008“The Kikuyu Of Kenya”
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242008Free Expression And Authority In Contest: The Evolution Of Freedom Of Expression In Kenya.
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252008Memory, Traditionalism And Constitutionalism: Overcoming The Problem Of Nation Formation In Kenya.
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262007Institutional And Governmental Challenges For Journalism Education In East Africa
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272007Periodicals
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282007“Freedom Of Expression In African Constitutions”
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292007“The Maasai Of Kenya”
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302007Mau Mau
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312007African Periodicals And Popular Culture
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322005“The Mass Media And The Sustenance Of Collective Identifications In Africa.”
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332005“Democratic Culture, Political Stability And The Mass Media In Africa”
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342003“[Murder Of Prof Chrispin Mbai] Issue Raises Professional [Journalism] Questions” Sunday Standard. October 5. 2003
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351999Media Emerge To Serve Growing Kenyan Diaspora
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361999“The Dangers Of Disciplinary Knowledge.”
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371998“Lessons From Journalism Training In The US”
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381996Development Communication: A Clarification Of Constructs,” In Okigbo, C (ed)
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391996“Journalism Training In Kenya: Putting A Finger On The Problem.”
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401996“Why Diplomats Are So Outspoken.”
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411996“Development Communication: A Clarification Of Constructs”
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421996Where The Media Go Wrong
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431996Anti-Kikuyuism, Media And The New Bills
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441995The Mass Media And Democratisation In Africa
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451995Claims Of US Disinterest In Africa Are Misleading
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461995Multipartyism As A Foreign Concept
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471994The Role Of The Press In Regional Integration In East Africa: A Critical Study.
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