Call for papers: Media Accountability and Corruption in Africa: Contestations and Controversies

In this edited volume, interest is in how corruption is imagined or (re)imagined in the continent. Does such (re)imagination of corruption (en)force the dominant forms in which corruption manifests within the continent in the private and public sector, or has the rise of global citizen activism (online or offline) refined how corruption is reported? Also, we are interested in addressing the questions of who watches over the watchdog when they enable or act corruptly? And what are the broader implications of corruption within the media institution on democracy and its stability within the continent: