Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in International Studies (MAIS)
College of Arts and Sciences
A content and discourse analysis of television programs is performed to show that Ghanaians do enjoy their local programs but very little time is allocated for children’s content on both the public and private stations. Instead, foreign content has flooded the TV channels for both adult and children’s programs and this is concerning because culture is being lost amongst the new generation. Also, in an era where representation matters, African children should be represented in the media. This paper centers on cultural and media imperialism and representation of the African child in the media and we find that TV programs being aired on Ghanaian TV could be as a result of cultural and media imperialism.
Micah, Aba, "Cultural Imperialism, TV and Children Spectatorship in Contemporary Ghana." (2018). Master's Theses. 1063.