ISSN 2330-717X
Arab Media & Society (AMS) is the primary reference for understanding the role of media in shaping Arab societies and the broader Muslim world. The style of Arab Media & Society aims to be serious, well-researched and readable. The journal is committed to combining academic peer-reviewed articles with timely, well-informed and on-the-ground accounts of developments.


Articles by Arab Media and Society :

Egypt’s Media Ecology In A Time Of Revolution – Analysis

By Dr Mark Allen Peterson The Egyptian Media Ecology Before the Uprising Egyptian media before the January 25 uprising were

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Iraq: The Role Of Freedom Of Expression And Democracy In Kurdistan – Analysis

By Alice Hlidkova “We are inspired by you [President Barack Obama] and the values of the free world led by

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Rebuilding Egyptian Media For A Democratic Future – Analysis

By Ramy Aly The protests around Tahrir Square and other urban areas in Egypt represented a revolutionary moment in which

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Hip Hop And Diaspora: Connecting The Arab Spring – Analysis

By Lara N. Dotson-Renta, PhD Since the self-immolation of Tunisian Mohamed Bouazizi in December 2010 unleashed the pro-democracy movements now

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Civil Society And Web 2.0 Technology: Social Media In Bahrain – Analysis

By Magdalena Maria Karolak The revival of academic interest in the concept of civil society that begun in the years

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