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El-Ghorba: A Media Ethnography of Transnationalism among Arab Immigrant Families in Canada
Unformatted Document Text:  Lull, J. (1980). The social uses of television. Human Communication Research, 6, 197-209. Maira, S. (1999). Identity dub: The paradoxes of an Indian American youth subculture (New York mix). Cultural Anthropology, 14 (1), 29-60. Mankekar, P. (1993). National texts and gendered lives: An ethnography of television viewers in a North Indian city. American Ethnologist, 20 (3), 543-563. Marcus, G.E. (1995). Ethnography in/of the world system: The emergence of multi-sited ethnography. Annual Review of Anthroplogy, 24, 95-117. Moores, A (1996). Satellite television and everyday life: Articulating technology. (Acamedia Research Monograph 18). Luton: John Libbey. Olson, S. (1999). Hollywood planet: Global media and the competitive advantage of narrative transparency. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Robinson, J.P., & Fink, E.L. (1984) Beyond mass culture and class culture: Subcultural differences in the structure of music preferences. In S.J. Ball-Rokeach & M.G. Cantor (Eds.), Media Audience and Social Structure. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Seiter, E. (1999). Television and new media audiences. New York: Oxford University Press. Tedlock, B. (1991). From participant observation to the observation of participation: The emergence of narrative ethnography. Journal of Anthropological Research, 47 (1), 69-94. Van Maanen, J. (1988). Tales of the field. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Wilk, R. (1994). Colonial time and TV time. Visual Anthropology Review, 10 (1), 94-102. Wilk, R. (1993). “It’s destroying a whole generation”: Television and moral discourse in Belize. Visual Anthropology, 5, 229-244.

Authors: Iskandar Farag, Adel.
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Lull, J. (1980). The social uses of television. Human Communication Research, 6, 197-
209.

Maira, S. (1999). Identity dub: The paradoxes of an Indian American youth subculture
(New York mix). Cultural Anthropology, 14 (1), 29-60.

Mankekar, P. (1993). National texts and gendered lives: An ethnography of television
viewers in a North Indian city. American Ethnologist, 20 (3), 543-563.

Marcus, G.E. (1995). Ethnography in/of the world system: The emergence of multi-sited
ethnography. Annual Review of Anthroplogy, 24, 95-117.

Moores, A (1996). Satellite television and everyday life: Articulating technology.
(Acamedia Research Monograph 18). Luton: John Libbey.

Olson, S. (1999). Hollywood planet: Global media and the competitive advantage of
narrative transparency
. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Robinson, J.P., & Fink, E.L. (1984) Beyond mass culture and class culture: Subcultural
differences in the structure of music preferences. In S.J. Ball-Rokeach & M.G. Cantor
(Eds.), Media Audience and Social Structure. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Seiter, E. (1999). Television and new media audiences. New York: Oxford University
Press.

Tedlock, B. (1991). From participant observation to the observation of participation: The
emergence of narrative ethnography. Journal of Anthropological Research, 47 (1), 69-94.

Van Maanen, J. (1988). Tales of the field. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Wilk, R. (1994). Colonial time and TV time. Visual Anthropology Review, 10 (1), 94-
102.

Wilk, R. (1993). “It’s destroying a whole generation”: Television and moral discourse in
Belize. Visual Anthropology, 5, 229-244.


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