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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research

Intellect Publishers of Original Thinking publishes a variety of academic journals on many topics related to creative media and popular culture. One of these is the Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research, which welcomes contributions on the following topics:

1. Communication and development in the Arab region
2. Media and the Construction of public opinion
3. Media and social change in the Arab and Muslim world
4. Media coverage of wars and conflicts in the region
5. New media, culture and society in the Arab and Muslim World
6. Arab/Muslim youth, identity and the media
7. Media and women empowerment
8. Diasporic media and diasporic audiences
9. Global media and its impact on local cultures
10. Blogging and the changing face of journalism practice
11. Reality TV and the tabloidisation of Arab media
12. Pan-Arab Satellite TV and audience research
13. Media, subcultures, and resistance in the Arab and Muslim countries

Click here for more details.

Please note that this is a non-paying market.

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