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Confidential news sources: Are Kenyan newspapers exploiting them to perpetuate the dissemination of misinformation?
preprintposted on 24.07.2020, 17:02 by Mark Kapchanga
Carried out between May 2019 and October 2019, the research employed snowball sampling to enlist participants in five daily newspapers in Kenya who responded to a self-administered semi-structured questionnaire. Responses to the interview questions were coded and dominant themes pinpointed and developed.
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Lead author countryUnited Kingdom
Lead author job roleHigher Education Researcher
Lead author institutionJomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology
Ethics statementHereby, I Mark Kapchanga consciously assure that for the manuscript Restyling newspaper industry to profitability amid commercial meltdown: The call for quality journalism in Kenya the following is fulfilled: • This material is my own original work, which has not been previously published elsewhere. • The paper is not currently being considered for publication elsewhere. • The paper reflects my own research and analysis in a truthful and complete manner. • The results are appropriately placed in the context of prior and existing research. • All sources used are properly disclosed. I, therefore, take full responsibility for this paper and its content. I agree with the above statements. July 22, 2020 MARK KAPCHANGA
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