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The Jordan Media System

 

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References & Additional Literature

Journalism in Jordan: A comparative analysis of press freedom in the post-Arab spring environment.

Duffy, Matt J. and Maarouf, Hadil (2015): Journalism in Jordan: A comparative analysis of press freedom in the post-Arab spring environment. In: Global Media Journal. Pp. 1-24

From Vanguard to Vanquished? The Tabloid Press in Jordan
Jones, Adam (2002): From Vanguard to Vanquished? The Tabloid Press in Jordan. Political Communication 19(2), 171-187.
The Ebb and Flow Of The Liberalization Of The Jordanian Press 1985-1997.
Najjar, Oayb Aref (1998): The Ebb and Flow Of The Liberalization Of The Jordanian Press 1985-1997. J&MC Quarterly Vol. 75, No. 1. Spring. Pp. 127-142
AmmanNet (Al-Balad) Internet radio in Jordan and the West Bank: or, ‘I have seen the future of radio, and it is AmmanNet’
Najjar, Orayb (2014): AmmanNet (Al-Balad) Internet radio in Jordan and the West Bank: or, ‘I have seen the future of radio, and it is AmmanNet’. Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research 7(1), 21-37.
Media Accountability in Transition: Results from Jordan and Tunisia.

Pies, Judith (2014): Media Accountability in Transition: Results from Jordan and Tunisia. In: Fengler, Susanne et al. (Hg.): Journalists and Media Accountability. An International Study of News People in the Digital Age. New York et al. Peter Lang. 193-209.

Media Reform in Jordan

Sakr, Naomi (2002): Media Reform in Jordan. The Stop-Go Transition. In: Price, Monroe / Rozumilowicz, Beata / Verhulst, Stefaan. G. (eds.): Media Reform. Democratizing the Media, Democratizing the State. London u.a., pp. 107-132.

 

 

 

 

 

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