Media and cultural studies in the Arab world: making bridges to local discourses of modernity

Sabry, T. 2009. Media and cultural studies in the Arab world: making bridges to local discourses of modernity. in: Thussu, D.K. (ed.) Internationalizing media studies Abingdon Routledge. pp. 196-213

Chapter titleMedia and cultural studies in the Arab world: making bridges to local discourses of modernity
AuthorsSabry, T.
EditorsThussu, D.K.
Book titleInternationalizing media studies
Page range196-213
Year2009
PublisherRoutledge
Publication dates
Published2009
Place of publicationAbingdon
ISBN9780415455305

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