Media and Arab issues after September 11, 2001
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Media and Arab issues after September 11, 2001 toward a new Arab media discourse : proceedings of the Arab Media Workshop, Beirut, 2-3 April 2002 by Arab Media Workshop (2002 Beirut, Lebanon)

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Published by Dar Al-Nahda Publications in Beirut .
Written in English


  • Mass media -- Arab countries.,
  • Mass media -- Political aspects.,
  • Mass media -- Religious aspects.

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Other titlesMedia and Arab issues after September eleven, al-ʾIlām wa-al-qaḍāyā al-ʾArabiyah
Statementedited by May al-Abdallah, Mohamad Khawlie.
Contributionsal-Abdallah, May., Khawlie, Mohamad., Nadwat al-Dirāsāt al-Inmāʾīyah.
The Physical Object
Pagination96, 238 p.
Number of Pages238
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19349975M

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