Arab Citizen Journalism Shaped by Technology: Creates a Challenge to Mainstream Media, Authorities and Media Laws

Language
English
Source
The American University in Cairo, Egypt
Author
Naila Hamdy

This paper presents a qualitative assessment of citizen journalism and activism efforts throughout the region in the last few years by shedding light on the technologies accessed and used and the results of specific efforts. Using technology determinism theories to frame this empowerment, this paper will examine the unique qualities of these technologies that allow for an environment of carte blanche communication expressions, mobilization, and citizen story telling bringing more democracy and civic engagement to the region.

http://isaleh.uct.ac.za/Assets/PDFs/Arab%20citizen%20journalism.pdf
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Arab Citizen Journalism Shaped by Technology: Creates a Challenge to Mainstream Media, Authorities and Media Laws

Language
Inglés
Source
The American University in Cairo, Egypt
Author
Naila Hamdy

This paper presents a qualitative assessment of citizen journalism and activism efforts throughout the region in the last few years by shedding light on the technologies accessed and used and the results of specific efforts. Using technology determinism theories to frame this empowerment, this paper will examine the unique qualities of these technologies that allow for an environment of carte blanche communication expressions, mobilization, and citizen story telling bringing more democracy and civic engagement to the region.

http://isaleh.uct.ac.za/Assets/PDFs/Arab%20citizen%20journalism.pdf
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Arab Citizen Journalism Shaped by Technology: Creates a Challenge to Mainstream Media, Authorities and Media Laws

Language
الإنجليزية
Source
The American University in Cairo, Egypt
Author
Naila Hamdy

This paper presents a qualitative assessment of citizen journalism and activism efforts throughout the region in the last few years by shedding light on the technologies accessed and used and the results of specific efforts. Using technology determinism theories to frame this empowerment, this paper will examine the unique qualities of these technologies that allow for an environment of carte blanche communication expressions, mobilization, and citizen story telling bringing more democracy and civic engagement to the region.

http://isaleh.uct.ac.za/Assets/PDFs/Arab%20citizen%20journalism.pdf
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Arab Citizen Journalism Shaped by Technology: Creates a Challenge to Mainstream Media, Authorities and Media Laws

Language
英语
Source
The American University in Cairo, Egypt
Author
Naila Hamdy

This paper presents a qualitative assessment of citizen journalism and activism efforts throughout the region in the last few years by shedding light on the technologies accessed and used and the results of specific efforts. Using technology determinism theories to frame this empowerment, this paper will examine the unique qualities of these technologies that allow for an environment of carte blanche communication expressions, mobilization, and citizen story telling bringing more democracy and civic engagement to the region.

http://isaleh.uct.ac.za/Assets/PDFs/Arab%20citizen%20journalism.pdf
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