Mass Media, Politics and Society in the Middle East
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Description: The mass media in the Arab world has undergone profound changes during the 1990s with the introduction and spread of new technologies which go beyond the regional realm and bypass authoritarian control. This text examines whether this access is sufficient to generate political and social change.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
|About the Contributors|
|Introduction: Mass Media in the Middle East: Patterns of Political and Societal Change|
|Media Control and Ownership|
|Mass Media in the Arab States between Diversification and Stagnation: An Overview|
|Saudi Arabia's International Media Strategy: Influence through Multinational Ownership|
|Restructuring Television in Egypt: The Position of the State between Regional Supply and Local Demand|
|Freedom of the Press in Jordanian Press Laws 1927-1998|
|Mass Media and Development|
|The Changing Face of Arab Communications: Media Survival in the Information Age|
|Internet in the Arab World: A Step Towards "Information Society?"|
|Distribution of Ideas: Book Production and Publishing in Egypt, Lebanon, and the Middle East|
|Interaction Between Traditional Communication and Modern Media: Implications for Social Change in Iran and Pakistan|
|Media and Culture|
|"Coming Close to God" Through the Media: A Phenomenology of the Media Practices of Islamist Women in Egypt|
|The Global Flow of Information: A Critical Appraisal from the Perspective of Arab-Islamic Information Sciences|