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Ette, Mercy (2017) Where are the women? Evaluating visibility of Nigerian female politicians in news media space. Gender, Place and Culture. ISSN 0966-369X)

Ette, Mercy (2016) Condensational symbols in British press coverage of Boko Haram. International Communication Gazette. ISSN 1748-0485

Ette, Mercy and Stoker, Ruth (2015) Exploring experiential learning through blogging. Journalism Education, 3 (2). pp. 91-103.

Ette, Mercy (2013) Gendered Frontlines: British Press Coverage of Servicewomen Killed in Iraq. Media, War & Conflict, 6 (3). pp. 249-262. ISSN 1750-6352

Ette, Mercy (2012) 'Nigeria as a country of interest in terrorism': Newspaper framing of Farouk Abdulmutallab, the underwear bomber. Journal of African Media Studies, 4 (1). pp. 45-59. ISSN 2040-199X

Ette, Mercy (2009) How Nigeria can win the ICT race in Africa. Newswatch magazine.

Ette, Mercy (2008) Shifted focus: newspaper coverage of female military personnel as casualties of war. Estudos em Comunicação (3). pp. 195-214. ISSN 1646-4974

Ette, Mercy (2007) Marriage of the spoken and written word. Newswatch magazine.

Ette, Mercy (2000) Agent of Change or Stability?: The Nigerian Press Undermines Democracy. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 5 (3). pp. 67-86. ISSN 1081180X

Book Chapter

Ette, Mercy (2013) The press and democratic consolidation in Nigeria. In: Media/Democracy. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon tyne, pp. 103-123. ISBN 9781443848398

Ette, Mercy (2007) Empowerment. In: The impact of feminism on political concepts and debates. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 146-160. ISBN 9780719075117

Web page

Ette, Mercy (2014) Book Review: Gender, War, and Conflict by Laura Sjoberg. Polity Press. 9780745660028. [Web page]

Ette, Mercy (2014) Book Review: Waging Gendered Wars: U.S. Military Women in Afghanistan and Iraq by Paige Whaley Eager. Ashgate. [Web page]

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