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Sijuade Yusuf is a Doctoral Researcher with the School of media, University of Brighton.
Siju's research focuses on the use of social media and its significance in addressing gender inequality issues in sub-Saharan Africa.
She is currently a member of the Centre for Tranforming Sexuality and Gender and the Centre for Digital Media Cultures research groups at the University of Brighton.
Siju received her Master's degree from Bournemouth University, where she wrote a thesis on the media representation of events in sub-saharan Africa that received global media attention. Prior to her joining Bournemouth University, she worked as content creator for some media outlets based in Nigeria.
She currently contributes to dicsourses on social media and gender related issues through organisations in Nigeria that are focused on women development and empowerment.
Master, WESTERN MEDIA REPRESENTATION OF AFRICA: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE COVERAGE OF BOKO HARAM INSURGENCY BY BBC AND AL JAZEERA, Bournemouth University
24 Sept 2017 → 30 Jun 2019
Award Date: 30 Jun 2019
Master, Masters in Business Administration, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology
Award Date: 8 Nov 2012
Bachelor, University of Ilorin
Award Date: 7 Aug 2007
Bournemouth university, Bournemouth University
22 May 2018 → …
- H Social Sciences (General)
- Feminist studies
- digital communication and culture
- digital ethnography
- Social Media
- 1 Conference
8 Mar 2023
Activity: Events › Conference