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Journal Article

Fraser, Alastair (2024) 'The Limits of Governmentality: Call-in Radio and the Subversion of Neoliberal Evangelism in Zambia.' Journal of African Cultural Studies, 36 (1). pp. 41-57.

Fraser, Alastair (2017) 'Post-populism in Zambia: Michael Sata’s rise, demise and legacy.' International Political Science Review, 38 (4). pp. 456-472.

Monographs and Working Papers

Fraser, Alastair (2016) Let's Be Responsible Citizens! Contesting the agenda of a sponsored call-in radio programme. PIMA Working Paper #6. Cambridge, UK: Centre of Governance and Human Rights (CGHR).

Fraser, Alastair (2016) The Political Economy of Sponsored Call-In Radio in Zambia. PiMA Working Paper #5. Cambridge, UK: Centre of Governance and Human Rights (CGHR).

Lopes, Claudia Abreu, Mudhai, Okoth Fred, Mitullah, Winnie V., Simutanyi, Neo, Balongo, Sam, Diepeveen, Stephanie, Fraser, Alastair, Milapo, Nalukui, Mwangi, Sammy, Tembo, Emmanuel and Srinivasan, Sharath (2015) Interactive media audiences in Africa : A comparison of four constituencies in Kenya and Zambia. Cambridge: CGHR.

Simutanyi, Neo, Fraser, Alastair and Milapo, Nalukui (2015) Background Paper: Politics and Interactive Media in Zambia. Cambridge: CGHR.

Fraser, Alastair and Lungu, John (2007) For whom the windfalls? Winners and losers in the privatisation of Zambia's copper mines. Lusaka, Zambia: Civil Society Trade Network of Zambia; Catholic Centre for Justice, Development and Peace.

Other

Mudhai, Okoth Fred, Lopes, Claudia Abreu, Mitullah, Winnie V., Simutanyi, Neo, Fraser, Alastair, Milapo, Nalukui, Mwangi, Sammy and Srinivasan, Sharath (2014) 'Background Paper: PiMA Survey Design and Methodology.' Cambridge: CGHR.

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