By O. Ogunyemi
This assortment takes the examine of diasporic conversation past the extent of easily praising its lifestyles, to providing severe engagements and research with the structures of journalistic creation, method and intake practices as they relate to those who live open air the borders in their start kingdom.
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However, on the day when he turned himself into the federal authorities, in December 2008, the name ‘Madoff’ had no meaning for the editor of the Jewish Week, the newspaper with a readership of 70,000 that circulates in Madoff’s hometown, and to which his own attorney subscribes (I. Sorkin, personal communication, 11 March 2009). S. arrests top trader in vast fraud’ (Henriques and Kouwe, 2008). The Wall Street Journal declared on p. 1: ‘Top broker accused of fraud’ (Efrati, 2008). In the Jewish community, the story of the Wall Street maven who bilked thousands of individual investors and institutions out of billions of dollars had signiﬁcance (Pogrebin, 2008).
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Journalism, Audiences and Diaspora by O. Ogunyemi