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AuthorPintak, Larry
TitleThe new Arab journalist : mission and identity in a time of turmoil / Lawrence Pintak
London : I. B. Tauris, 2011
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Bibliog.Includes bibliographical references and index
OCLC #655673022Find in WorldCat
Phys. Descriptionxii, 287 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
SERIESLibrary of modern Middle East studies ; v. 85
Library of modern Middle East studies ; v. 85
ISBN9781848850989 (hbk.)
1848850980 (hbk.)
1848850999 (pbk.)
9781848850996 (pbk.)
SubjectsJournalism -- Political aspects -- Arab countries
Journalism -- Objectivity -- Arab countries
Journalists, Arab
Middle East -- Politics and government -- 21st century
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The Arab media is in the midst of a revolution that will inform questions of war and peace in the Middle East, political and societal reform, and relations between the West and the Arab World. Drawing on the first broad cross-border survey of Arab journalists, first-person interviews with scores of reporters and editors, and his three decades' experience reporting from the Middle East,(More)
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Lawrence Pintak
Lawrence Pintak is founding dean of The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University. A former CBS News Middle East correspondent who has contributed to many of the world's leading news organizations, Pintak also served as director of the Kamal Adham Center for Journalism Training and Research at The American University in Cairo. Previous books include 'Reflections(More)
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Though this study predates the so-called Arab Spring uprisings (2011), its perceptive, in-depth examination of television, newspaper, and online practitioners in Egypt, Syria, Yemen, Jordan, and other Arab countries conveys the pre-revolutionary wellsprings of journalistic change that was inevitable amid political and social convulsion. The book gives Arab women(More)
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