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The Resource Children and Screen Media in Changing Arab Contexts : An Ethnographic Perspective, (electronic book)

Children and Screen Media in Changing Arab Contexts : An Ethnographic Perspective, (electronic book)

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Children and Screen Media in Changing Arab Contexts : An Ethnographic Perspective
Title
Children and Screen Media in Changing Arab Contexts
Title remainder
An Ethnographic Perspective
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eng
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Sabry, Tarik
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302.231083
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no index present
LC call number
HM851
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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Mansour, Nisrine
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  • Digital media.
  • Mass media and children.
  • Computers and children.
  • Digital media
  • Mass media and children
  • Computers and children
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Children and Screen Media in Changing Arab Contexts : An Ethnographic Perspective, (electronic book)
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Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Introduction: Arab Children and the Media-Epistemological Topographies of a Nascent Field; Abstract; Arab Child Populations in Context(s); Socio-Political Contexts Meet Technological Advances; Locating Arab Children Within/Out the Field of Media Studies; Western Institutions of Authority and Definitions of Child Audiences/Users; Internationalising as Arabising: Childhood and Media Use; Theoretical and Methodological Framework for an Alternative Reading of Arab Children and Media Use; On Methods and Ethics; The Book; Bibliography
  • Chapter 2 The Poetics of Self-Reflexivity: Arab Diasporic Children in London and Media UsesAbstract; Introduction; Framing Problems of Access and (Mis)Trust; Doing 'Being Self-Reflexive' as Poetics: Mnemonic Diasporic Habitus Between Performance and Affect; Technologies of Self and Children's Media Worlds; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 3 Ethnography as Double-Thrownness: War and the Face of the Sufferer as Media; Abstract; Introduction; Thrownness; Spatial Thrownness; En Route to Fieldwork: Check Points, Haytists, and the Gaze of the Other
  • Thrownness into the Face/Gaze of the Sufferer as-the-Other: The Maimoun FamilyThrownness, Suffering, and Ethnography as Stammering; On Ethnography, the Politics of Pity, Emotion, and Commitment; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 4 Networked World-Making: Children's Encounters with Media Objects; Abstract; Introduction; Temporalities, Spatialities, and the Elusiveness of Average Media Use; Diasporic Connections; 'Local' Connections; Everyday Spaces and Media Use; The School: Classmates and Mnemonic Relatives as London's Main Socialities
  • The Derb and the Cyber: The Moroccan Neighbourhood as Communal Mediated SpaceNetworked Familial Socialities: Relatives as an Extended Connected Home; Affective Materialities, Availability, and Presence; The Home as Site for 'Arab' Media Transition; The TV Dethroned: Availability and Purposeful Media Use; Prime Object of Affection: The Phone and Socio-Material Presence; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 5 Children, Media as 'Equipment' and Worldliness; Abstract; Introduction; Content of a Two-Week Media Use Diary: Marwan and Omar/Casablanca; Worldliness as Imagination
  • The Ethnographer's Body as Technicity of DiscoveryReligion, World, and Others; Bibliography; Chapter 6 Conclusion; Abstract; On Method; On the Question of Arabness; On Media as Equipment; Bibliography; Bibliography; Index
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1 online resource (153 p.)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030043216
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Label
Children and Screen Media in Changing Arab Contexts : An Ethnographic Perspective, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Antecedent source
file reproduced from an electronic resource
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Introduction: Arab Children and the Media-Epistemological Topographies of a Nascent Field; Abstract; Arab Child Populations in Context(s); Socio-Political Contexts Meet Technological Advances; Locating Arab Children Within/Out the Field of Media Studies; Western Institutions of Authority and Definitions of Child Audiences/Users; Internationalising as Arabising: Childhood and Media Use; Theoretical and Methodological Framework for an Alternative Reading of Arab Children and Media Use; On Methods and Ethics; The Book; Bibliography
  • Chapter 2 The Poetics of Self-Reflexivity: Arab Diasporic Children in London and Media UsesAbstract; Introduction; Framing Problems of Access and (Mis)Trust; Doing 'Being Self-Reflexive' as Poetics: Mnemonic Diasporic Habitus Between Performance and Affect; Technologies of Self and Children's Media Worlds; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 3 Ethnography as Double-Thrownness: War and the Face of the Sufferer as Media; Abstract; Introduction; Thrownness; Spatial Thrownness; En Route to Fieldwork: Check Points, Haytists, and the Gaze of the Other
  • Thrownness into the Face/Gaze of the Sufferer as-the-Other: The Maimoun FamilyThrownness, Suffering, and Ethnography as Stammering; On Ethnography, the Politics of Pity, Emotion, and Commitment; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 4 Networked World-Making: Children's Encounters with Media Objects; Abstract; Introduction; Temporalities, Spatialities, and the Elusiveness of Average Media Use; Diasporic Connections; 'Local' Connections; Everyday Spaces and Media Use; The School: Classmates and Mnemonic Relatives as London's Main Socialities
  • The Derb and the Cyber: The Moroccan Neighbourhood as Communal Mediated SpaceNetworked Familial Socialities: Relatives as an Extended Connected Home; Affective Materialities, Availability, and Presence; The Home as Site for 'Arab' Media Transition; The TV Dethroned: Availability and Purposeful Media Use; Prime Object of Affection: The Phone and Socio-Material Presence; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 5 Children, Media as 'Equipment' and Worldliness; Abstract; Introduction; Content of a Two-Week Media Use Diary: Marwan and Omar/Casablanca; Worldliness as Imagination
  • The Ethnographer's Body as Technicity of DiscoveryReligion, World, and Others; Bibliography; Chapter 6 Conclusion; Abstract; On Method; On the Question of Arabness; On Media as Equipment; Bibliography; Bibliography; Index
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (153 p.)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030043216
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote

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