Egypt – Sources & Additional Learning Material

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Abdulla, Rasha (2017): “How Diverse Are Egypt’s Media: A Look at the Post-Revolution Presidential Elections.” Journal of applied journalism & media studies 6, no. 3 (2017): 507–525.

Badr, Hanan (2020): “Egypt’s Media System: Historic Legacies and Blocked Potentials for Independent Media.” Publizistik 65, no. 1 (2020): 63–79.

Badr, Hanan (2019): “Before the ‘Arab Spring’: How Challengers Pushed Counter-Issues in Egypt’s Hybrid Media System.” Media, war & conflict (2019): 175063521989461–.

Badr, H. (2021). Egypt. A Divided and Restricted Media Landscape after the interrupted Transformation. In: Arab Media Systems (ed. C. Richter and C. Kozman). Open Book Publishers, pp. 215-232.

Fahmy, Ziad (2010): “MEDIA-CAPITALISM: COLLOQUIAL MASS CULTURE AND NATIONALISM IN EGYPT, 1908–18.” International journal of Middle East studies 42, no. 1 (2010): 83–103.

Guaaybess, Tourya (2013): Reforming Egypt’s Broadcasting in the Post-25 January Era: The Challenges of Path Dependence. In: Guaaybess, Tourya (ed.): National Broadcasting and State Policy in Arab Countries. Houndmills: PalgraveMacmillan, pp. 117-130.

Hafez, Kai (2015). Radically Polarized Publics and the Demise of Media Freedom in Egypt. Égypte/Monde arabe, Troisième série, 12, 37-49.

Hamdy, Naila (2009). Arab Citizen Journalism in Action: Challenging Mainstream Media, Authorities and Media Laws. Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 6(1), 92-112.

El Kasm, Saeb (2020): “State Crime, Civil Society and the Use of Digital Technology in Counter-Hegemonic Struggles : a Case Study of Egypt’s Mosireen Media Collective”. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2020.

Kaye-Essien, Charles Wharton, and Mai Ismail (2020): “Leadership, Gender and the Arab Media: a Perception Study of Female Journalists in Egypt.” Feminist media studies 20, no. 1 (2020): 119–134.

Khamis, Sahar (2011). The Transformative Egyptian Media Landscape: Changes, Challenges and Comparative Perspectives. The International Journal of Communication, 5, 1159–1177.

Lim, Merlyna (2012): Clicks, Cabs, and Coffee Houses: Social Media and Oppositional Movements in Egypt, 2004–2011. In: Journal of Communication, Vol. 62, pp. 231–248.

Open Technology Fund (2019). Digital Authoritarianism in Egypt. Digital Expression Arrests 2011-2019.

Radsch, Courtney C. (2013). Assessing the economic impact of the Egyptian uprising. Arab Media & Society, 17. 

Rugh, William A. (2004): Arab Mass Media: Newspapers, Radio, and Television in Arab Politics. Westport: Praeger. (Kapitel 3: The transitional System of Print Media: Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, and Algeria)

Sakr, Naomi (2013): Transformations in Egyptian Journalism. London: IB Tauris.

Sakr, Naomi (2016): Survival or sustainability? Contributions of innovatively managed news ventures to the future of Egyptian journalism. Journal of Media Business Studies 13(1), S. 45-59.

El-Shahed,  Heba (2020): “Social Media Mobilization and Political Activism in Egypt.” Global media journal 18, no. 34 (2020): 1–8.

El-Shamy, Alaa A (2019): “The Democratic Consequences of Online Media Consumption in Post-Revolutionary Egypt.” Journal of Arab & Muslim media research 12, no. 1 (2019): 65–86.

Valeriani, Augusto (2014):  “Transformations in Egyptian Journalism.” Journal of media practice 15, no. 2 (2014): 150–151.

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