Browsing Faculty Of Mass Communication Research Paper by Issue Date

Browsing Faculty Of Mass Communication Research Paper by Issue Date

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  • Ali, Haggag (SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD, 11/9/2018)
    Abdelwahab Elmessiri's intellectual journey narrates the story of modern ideologies that have led to the marginalization of divine revelation, giving rise to materialistic worldviews that promise their adherents progress, ...
  • Selaiha, Nehad (ROUTLEDGE, 2006)
    This chapter traces the history of Ibsen's plays in Egypt, whether in the form of printed translations or performances. It shows that though the plays, which started to appear in Arabic since the 1950s, gradually gained ...
  • El Gody, Ahmed (Springer, 2007)
    The Arab world is generally known as laggard in adopting and utilizing new technologies, and the Internet was no exception. Tunisia was the first Arab country to link to the Internet in 1991 on an experimental level1; the ...
    Today, millions of people around the globe buy goods from people they have never met in person, edit the online encyclopedia Wikipedia for free, use e-mail and SMS to organize political protests, stay in contact with friends ...
  • Selaiha, Nehad; Enany, Sarah (JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV PRESS, 2010)
    The landscape of women playwrights in Egypt, like the theatrical landscape in general, is inextricably bound up with the country's historical and political background-specifically, that of the twentieth century, when theatre ...
  • El-Tarabishi, Maha (OMICS Publishing Group, 2010)
    Message receptivity is a construct that represents rational and affective reactions to messages and has been used to predict changes in attitudes toward public service advertising. Health communication studies show ...
  • ‘Abed al‐Jābri, Mohammed; Abdel‐Nour, Farid (Routledge, 2011)
  • Mosharafa, Eman (Al-Azhar University, 2012)
    Uprisings depend on whether oppressed people are able to group among existing social networks where people communicate naturally and regularly. Traditionally, social networks were formed around places of worship, universities, ...
  • Selaiha, , Nehad (MIT PRESS, 2013)
    Censorship in Egypt, both official and societal, has its roots in a repressive cultural heritage. There are clear signs of further repression under the new Islamist regime.
  • Selaiha, Nehad (MIT PRESS, 2014)

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