Anne Geniets
Anne Geniets
Dept. of Education, University of Oxford
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The digital skills paradox: how do digitally excluded youth develop skills to use the internet?
R Eynon, A Geniets
Learning, Media and Technology 41 (3), 463-479, 2016
712016
What do community health workers have to say about their work, and how can this inform improved programme design? A case study with CHWs within Kenya
M Oliver, A Geniets, N Winters, I Rega, SM Mbae
Global health action 8 (1), 27168, 2015
642015
Enhancing the supervision of community health workers with WhatsApp mobile messaging: qualitative findings from 2 low-resource settings in Kenya
JV Henry, N Winters, A Lakati, M Oliver, A Geniets, SM Mbae, H Wanjiru
Global Health: Science and Practice 4 (2), 311-325, 2016
502016
On the periphery? Understanding low and discontinued Internet use amongst young people in Britain
R Eynon, A Geniets
Understanding Low and Discontinued Internet Use Amongst Young People in …, 2012
322012
The global news challenge: Market strategies of international broadcasting organizations in developing countries
A Geniets
Routledge, 2013
232013
The global news challenge: Market strategies of international broadcasting organizations in developing countries
A Geniets
Routledge, 2013
232013
Scoping review assessing the evidence used to support the adoption of mobile health (mHealth) technologies for the education and training of community health workers (CHWs) in …
N Winters, L Langer, A Geniets
BMJ open 8 (7), e019827, 2018
132018
Lost in translation: Why civic online efforts in Britain have failed to engage young women from low socioeconomic backgrounds
A Geniets
European Journal of Communication 25 (4), 398-412, 2010
132010
On the periphery
R Eynon, A Geniets
Understanding Low and Discontinued Internet Use Amongst Young People in …, 2012
112012
Using mobile technologies to support the training of community health workers in low-income and middle-income countries: mapping the evidence
N Winters, L Langer, P Nduku, J Robson, J O'Donovan, P Maulik, C Paton, ...
BMJ global health 4 (4), e001421, 2019
92019
A new era for community health in countries of low and middle income?
N Winters, J O'Donovan, A Geniets
The Lancet Global Health 6 (5), e489-e490, 2018
72018
Enhancing the supervision of community health workers with WhatsApp mobile messaging: qualitative findings from 2 low-resource settings in Kenya. Glob Health Sci Pract. 2016; 4 …
JV Henry, N Winters, A Lakati, M Oliver, A Geniets, SM Mbae
GHSP-D-15-00386. pmid: 27353623, 0
7
The Global News Challenge: Assessing Changes in International Broadcast News Consumption in Africa and South Africa
A Geniets
University of Oxford, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, 2010
62010
On the periphery? Understanding low and discontinued Internet use amongst young people in Britain—Report for the Nominet Trust
R Eynon, A Geniets
Oxford, UK: Oxford Internet Institute. Retrieved from http://www. oii. ox …, 2012
52012
Trust in International News Media in Partially Free Media Environments: A Case Study of Five Markets in Africa and South Africa
A Geniets
University of Oxford, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, 2011
42011
Breaking out or breaking off
A Geniets, R Eynon
Discontinued Internet use of, 2011
42011
Breaking out or breaking off?. Discontinued Internet use of young people in the UK: a literature review
A Geniets, R Eynon
Oxford, Nominet Trust, 2011
32011
Physical, psychological, sexual, and systemic abuse of children with disabilities in East Africa: Mapping the evidence
N Winters, L Langer, A Geniets
PloS one 12 (9), e0184541, 2017
22017
Engaging youth in low-and middle-income countries through chat apps: Challenges and opportunities for international news organizations
A Geniets
International Journal of Communication 10, 2016
22016
Trust in international news media in partially free media environments
A Geniets
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Department of Politics and …, 2011
22011
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