Media, Popular Culture and Contestatory Politics in the Contemporary Middle East
Zayani, Mohamed, 1965-
The article offers information on the involvement of media, popular Culture and contestatory politics in the Contemporary Middle East. It mentions about Arab mediascape which mainly focuses on political communication. It further describes about cursory examination of canonical Arab media scholarship which suggest that popular media genres such as television drama series, entertainment shows and music channels are not studied and enquired.
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