(Mis)trust, Access and the Poetics of Self-Reflexivity: Arab Diasporic Children in London and Media Consumption

Mansour, N. and Sabry, T. 2017. (Mis)trust, Access and the Poetics of Self-Reflexivity: Arab Diasporic Children in London and Media Consumption. in: Sakr, N. and Steemers, J. (ed.) Children’s TV and Digital Media in the Arab World Childhood, Screen Culture and Education London and New York I.B. Tauris.

Chapter title(Mis)trust, Access and the Poetics of Self-Reflexivity: Arab Diasporic Children in London and Media Consumption
AuthorsMansour, N. and Sabry, T.
EditorsSakr, N. and Steemers, J.
KeywordsHabitus, digital media, method, diaspora, access, children
Book titleChildren’s TV and Digital Media in the Arab World Childhood, Screen Culture and Education
Year2017
PublisherI.B. Tauris
File10_Nisrine&Tarik_Diasporic habitus2017.pdf
Publication dates
Published13 Mar 2017
Place of publicationLondon and New York
ISBN9781784535049

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