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Hebbani, Aparna Girish, Obijiofor, Levi and Bristed, Helen (2012) Acculturation challenges that confront Sudanese former refugees in Australia. Journal of Intercultural Communication, 28 28: . 311 1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Obijiofor, Levi M. (2008) Africa's socioeconomic development in the age of new technologies: exploring issues in the debate. Africa Media Review, 16 2: 1-9. 107  
Lawe Davies, Chris, Connelly, Brian and Obijiofor, Levi (2003). Campfire culture and computer culture: Museums of the present. In: G. Tremblay, Panam: industries culturelles et dialogue des civilisations dans les Amériques. Panamerican Colloquium: Cultural Industries and Dialogue between Civilizations in the Americas, Montreal, Canada, (557-571). 22-24 April 2002. 97  
Obijiofor, Levi (2012). Death of the gatekeeper: foreign news reporting and public sphere participation in Africa. In Judith Clarke and Michael Bromley (Ed.), International news in the digital age: East-West perceptions of a new world order (pp. 41-59) New York, United States: Routledge. 115 5
Obijiofor, Levi and Hanusch, Folker (2003) Foreign news coverage in five African newspapers. Australian Journalism Review, 25 1: 145-164-164. 392 3
Aparna Hebbani, Obijiofor, Levi M. and Bristed, Helen (2009) Generational differences faced by Sudanese refugee women settling in Australia. Intercultural Communication Studies, XVIII 1: 66-82. 181  
Obijiofor, L. M. (2005) How students perceive journalism education and practice in Australia. Australian Studies in Journalism, 15 -: 192-218. 66  
Obijiofor, Levi (2010). ICTs as tools of empowerment: How Indigenous people in a remote Canadian community are harnessing new technologies. In Nnamdi Ekeanyanwu and Chinedu Okeke (Ed.), Indigenous societies and cultural globalization in the 21st Century: Is the global village truly real? (pp. 92-112) Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller. 123 14
Obijiofor, L. M., Inayatullah, S. and Stevenson, T. (2000) Impact of new information and communication technologies (ICTs) on socio-economic and educational development of Africa and the Asia-Pacific. Journal of Futures Studies, 4 2: 21-66. 60  
Obijiofor, L. M. (2006). Indigenous knowledge in the age of new technologies: Whose knowledge?. In Associate Professor Pradip Ninan Thomas and Professor Jan Servaes (Ed.), Intellectual Property Rights and Communications in Asia: Conflicting Traditions first ed. (pp. 103-115) New Delhi: Sage Publications. 84 3
Obijiofor, L. M. (2004). Indigenous knowledge in the age of new technologies: whose knowledge. In: S.Liu, J. Servaes and P.Thomas, Intellectual Property Rights, Communication, and the Public Domain in the Asia-Pacific Region. Intellectual Property Rights, Communication, and the Public Domain in the Asia-Pacific Region, UQ, Brisbane, (1-11). 14 to 17 December 2004. 57  
Hebbani, Aparan, Khawaja, Nigar, Colic-Peisker, Val, Obiojiofor, Levi and Gallois, Cindy (2012). Integration challenges that face Congolese, Sudanese, and Somali former refugees in Australia. In: The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference (TASA 2012), Brisbane, Australia, (). 26-29 November 2012. 78  
Hebbani, Aparna, Obijiofor, Levi and Bristed, Helen (2010) Intercultural communication challenges confronting female Sudanese former refugees in Australia. The Australasian Review of African Studies (ARAS), 31 1: 37-61. 321  
Breit, Rhonda, Obijiofor, Levi and Fitzgerald, Richard (2013) Internationalization as de-westernization of the curriculum: the case of journalism at an Australian university. Journal of Studies in International Education, 17 2: 119-135. doi:10.1177/1028315312474897 59   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 5
Obijiofor, Levi (2009) Is bad news from Africa good news for Western media?. Journal of Global Mass Communication, 2 3/4: 38-54. 83  
Obijiofor, Levi and Hanusch, Folker Journalism across cultures: An introduction. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 196 2
Obijiofor, Levi M. (2009) Journalism in the digital age: The Nigerian press framing of the Niger Delta conflict. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 30 2: 175-203. doi:10.3368/ajs.30.2.175 75   Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Obijiofor, Levi M. (2009) Mapping theoretical and practical issues in the relationship between ICTs and Africa's socioeconomic development. Telematics and Informatics, 26 1: 32-43. doi:10.1016/j.tele.2007.12.002 42   Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Obijiofor, Levi M. (2007) Mass Media, socio-cultural factors and rural development: A study of two Nigerian communities. The Journal of Development Communication, 18 2: 38-57. 718  
Hebbani, Aparna, Obijiofor, Levi and Bristed, Helen (2013). Navigating intercultural difference: understanding the perspective of Sudanese former refugee women in Australia. In Jay Marlowe, Anne Harris and Tanya Lyons (Ed.), South Sudanese diaspora in Australia and New Zealand: reconciling the past with the present (pp. 157-172) Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 49 1
Obijiofor, L. M. (2003) New technologies and journalism practice in Nigeria and Ghana. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 2003 14: 36-56. 151  
Obijiofor, L. M. and Green, K. (2001) New technologies and the future of newspapers. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 11 July-December: 1-13. 68  
Obijiofor, Levi (2011). New technologies as tools of empowerment: African youth and public sphere participation. In Herman Wasserman (Ed.), Popular media, democracy and development in Africa (pp. 207-219) Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. 106 1
Obijiofor, Levi New technologies in developing societies: from theory to practice. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. 42  
Obijiofor, L. M. (2000). Overseas student journalists and their approaches to learning. In: Journalism Education Associateion Conference 2000: 'Journalism Education Futures'. Journalism Education Association Conference 2000, Mooloolaba, Queensland, (1-35). 05-08 Dec 2000. 32  
Kwansah-Aidoo, and Obijiofor, L. M. (2006). Patterns of internet use among university students in Ghana. In: O. Felix Ayadi, African Development: What Role for Business?. International Academy of African Business and Development, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, (359-365). 23-27 May, 2006. 394  
Obijiofor, Levi (2011) Peace and conflict reporting: Strategies for knowledge sharing in Africa and the Pacific. The Journal of Pacific Studies, 31 2: 241-258. 67 6
Obijiofor, Levi (2010) Press coverage of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria and the socio-cultural barriers that inhibit media coverage. China Media Research, 6 4: 24-31. 84 3
Servaes, Jan E.J. and Obijiofor, Levi M. (2007) Questions related to indigenous cultures and diffusion of innovations: Introductory observations. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 6 6: 593-599. 87  
Obijiofor, Levi (2001) Singaporean And Nigerian Journalists' Perceptions Of New Technologies. Australian Journalism Review, 23 1: 131-151. 449 560
Obijiofor, L. M., Lawe Davies, C. R., Connelly, B., Haswell, S. J., McIlwaine, S. J., Mccarthy, N. and Ester, H. (2001). Television in a remote Aboriginal community: Social justice or injustice. In: Justice & Journalism. 2001 Journalism Education Association Conference, Perth, (1-13-13). 03-07 December, 2001. 111  
Hanusch, Folker, Obijiofor, Levi M. and Volcic, Zala (2009) Theoretical and practical issues in team-teaching a large undergraduate class. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 21 66-74. 67  
Obijiofor, L. M. (2002). The telephone - Africa's future in the age of technology. In Sohail Inayatullah and Susan Leggett (Ed.), Technology, Sustainability & Future Generations. Transforming Communication 1 ed. (pp. 66-75) Westport, CT, USA: Praeger. 54  
Hanusch, Folker and Obijiofor, Levi (2008) Toward a More Holistic Analysis of International News Flows. Journal of Global Mass Communication, 1 1/2: 9-21. 174