The Challenges and Limits of Universalist Concepts: Problematizing Public Opinion in a Mediated Arab Public Sphere
The author reflects on the participation of media in the Arab world's alteration to changes and the effect of the development in the ascendance of public opinion. He argues that the increasing distribution of television networks contribute to determine the government and peoples status in the country's socio-political dynamics. An overview of the history including the effect of the modification in the present situation. He suggests that conceptual research is important in the area.
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Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 1(1).
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