The Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals of Nigeria (ACSPN) has announced the release of the electronic version of its book titled: “Fake News and Hate Speech: Narratives of Political Instability.”
The fourth in its series of book publication, it was edited by Nosa Owens-Ibie, Majority Oji, and Joyce Ogwezi. It was published by Canada University Press, Concord Ontario, Canada, with a Foreword written by Dr Winston Mano, Reader and Director, Africa Media Centre, University of Westminster, London, UK.
Earlier editions of the ACSPN Book Series are: ACSPN Book Series 1 – “Taking Stock: Nigerian Media and National Challenges”, edited by Oluyinka Esan; ACSPN Book Series 2 – “Digital Media, New Order? Emergent Practices in the Nigerian Media Environment”, edited by Victor Ayedun-Aluma; and ACSPN Book Series 3 – “Media Reflections on Governance and Development in Nigeria”, edited by Umaru Pate.
Preliminary pages, Chapter One, Abstracts, and subscription information of each of the book series can be downloaded from www.acspn.com.ng.
Enquiries on how to obtain the hard copy and electronic version of the book series should be made to email@example.com.