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El-Ghorba: A Media Ethnography of Transnationalism among Arab Immigrant Families in Canada
Unformatted Document Text:  Ang, I. (1990). Culture and communication: Towards an ethnographic critique of media consumption in the transnational media system. European Journal of Communication, 5, 239-260. Appadurai, A. (1990). Disjuncture and difference in the global cultural economy. Public Culture, 2 (2), 1-24. Bakalaki, A. (1997). Students, natives, colleagues: Encounters in academia and in the field. Cultural Anthropology, 12 (4), 502-526. Banton, M. (1981). The direction and speed of ethnic change. In C.F. Keyes (Ed). Ethnic change.(pp. 431). Seattle, WA: Univ. of Washington Press. Barker, C. (1999). Television, Globalization and Cultural Identities. Birmingham, UK: Open University Press. Basch, L., N.G. Schiller, C.S. Blanc. (1994). Nations unbound: Transnational projects, postcolonial predicaments, and de-territorialized nation-states. Amsterdam: OPA Publishers Bennett, A. (1999). Rappin’ on the Tyne: White hip hop culture in Northeast England -- an ethnographic study. Sociological Review, 1, 1-24. Biltereyst, D. (1995). Qualitative audience research and transnational media effects. A new paradigm? European Journal of Communication, 10 (2), 245-270. Bryant, J. & Zillmann, D. (1984). “Using Television to Alleviate Boredom and Stress: Selective Exposure as a Function of Excitational States.” Journal of Broadcasting, 28 (1), 1-20. Buell, F. (1994). National Culture and the new global system. Baltimore, MY: Johns Hopkins. Chen, G., & Starosta, W. (1998). Foundations of intercultural communication. Needham Height, MA: Viacom. Cooley, C. H. (1909). Social Organization. New York: Scribner. Dewey, J. (1916). Democracy and Education. New York: Macmillan Featherstone, M. (1995). Undoing culture: Globalization, post-modernism and identity. London, UK: SAGE Publications. Gerbner, G. & Gross, L. (1976). Living with Violence: The Violence Profile. Journal of Communication, 26, (pp. 173-199). Hannerz, Ulf 1987. The World in Creolization. Africa 57(4): 546-559

Authors: Iskandar Farag, Adel.
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Ang, I. (1990). Culture and communication: Towards an ethnographic critique of media
consumption in the transnational media system. European Journal of Communication, 5, 239-
260.

Appadurai, A. (1990). Disjuncture and difference in the global cultural economy. Public
Culture
, 2 (2), 1-24.

Bakalaki, A. (1997). Students, natives, colleagues: Encounters in academia and in the field.
Cultural Anthropology, 12 (4), 502-526.

Banton, M. (1981). The direction and speed of ethnic change. In C.F. Keyes (Ed). Ethnic change.
(pp. 431). Seattle, WA: Univ. of Washington Press.

Barker, C. (1999). Television, Globalization and Cultural Identities. Birmingham, UK: Open
University Press.

Basch, L., N.G. Schiller, C.S. Blanc. (1994). Nations unbound: Transnational projects,
postcolonial predicaments, and de-territorialized nation-states
. Amsterdam: OPA Publishers

Bennett, A. (1999). Rappin’ on the Tyne: White hip hop culture in Northeast England -- an
ethnographic study. Sociological Review, 1, 1-24.

Biltereyst, D. (1995). Qualitative audience research and transnational media effects. A new
paradigm? European Journal of Communication, 10 (2), 245-270.

Bryant, J. & Zillmann, D. (1984). “Using Television to Alleviate Boredom and Stress: Selective
Exposure as a Function of Excitational States.” Journal of Broadcasting, 28 (1), 1-20.

Buell, F. (1994). National Culture and the new global system. Baltimore, MY: Johns Hopkins.

Chen, G., & Starosta, W. (1998). Foundations of intercultural communication. Needham Height,
MA: Viacom.

Cooley, C. H. (1909). Social Organization. New York: Scribner.

Dewey, J. (1916). Democracy and Education. New York: Macmillan

Featherstone, M. (1995). Undoing culture: Globalization, post-modernism and identity. London,
UK: SAGE Publications.

Gerbner, G. & Gross, L. (1976). Living with Violence: The Violence Profile. Journal of
Communication
, 26, (pp. 173-199).

Hannerz, Ulf 1987. The World in Creolization. Africa 57(4): 546-559


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