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    References & Additional Literature


    Radically Polarized Publics and the Demise of Media Freedom in Egypt
    Hafez, Kai (2014): Radically Polarized Publics and the Demise of Media Freedom in Egypt. Egypte-Monde Arabe 11. https://ema.revues.org/3397.
    Reforming Egypt’s Broadcasting in the Post-25 January Era: The Challenges of Path Dependence.
    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.
     Arab Citizen Journalism in Action: Challenging Mainstream Media, Authorities and Media Laws.
    Hamdy, Naila (2009): Arab Citizen Journalism in Action: Challenging Mainstream Media, Authorities and Media Laws. Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture. Vol. 6 (1). Pp. 92-112
    The Transformative Egyptian Media Landscape: Changes, Challenges and Comparative Perspectives. 
    Khamis, Sahar (2011): The Transformative Egyptian Media Landscape: Changes, Challenges and Comparative Perspectives. In: The International Journal of Communication No. 5, pp. 1159–1177.
    Clicks, Cabs, and Coffee Houses: Social Media and Oppositional Movements in Egypt, 2004–2011.
    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.
    Assessing the economic impact of the Egyptian uprising
    Radsch, Courtney C. (2013): Assessing the economic impact of the Egyptian uprising. In: Arab Media & Society 17,http://www.arabmediasociety.com/countries/index.php?c_article=255
    Transformations in Egyptian Journalism

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


     

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