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Arab Media and Society

Arab Media and Society traces how societies in the Arab World are shaped through the emergence, growth and convergence of mass media. The journal is not just interested in media outlets and technologies, but the changing content of media in the Middle East. We are also very interested in both cultural producers (journalists, media professionals, celebrities) and cultural consumers, as well as relationships between the two.

Within this remit, we welcome submissions from professional journalists, and from academics of all disciplinary perspectives, including anthropology, political science, media and film studies, history, and sociology. The journal is committed to combining academic peer-reviewed articles with timely well informed on-the-ground accounts of developments related to the region's media.

Studies to be considered for inclusion may be no longer than 10,000 words, including footnotes, and must conform to The Chicago Manual of Style. Submissions should be sent, along with an abstract of no longer than half a page, to George Weyman, managing editor, at or at Arab Media and Society c/o Adham Center for Television Journalism (114), The American University in Cairo, 113 Sharia Kasr El Aini, Cairo 11511 Egypt.

Themes to be covered include:

Regional media landscape
Media and religion
Media and popular culture
Public sphere and civil society
Media and international conflict

Public diplomacy and propaganda
Cultural impacts of new media
Religion, gender, class, and ethnicity
Cultural hegemonies, hybridization, and resistance
Imported media and cultural identities
Representation and aesthetics
History of media in the region



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