Browsing by Academic Department "American University in Cairo. Dept. of Journalism and Mass Communication"

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  • El Deeb, Tarek Ahmed (2010-12-21)
    In 2001, The American University’s Arabic Language Institute (more commonly known as A-L-I) suffered from a massive electrical fire that destroyed much of the department. I’m Tarek El Deeb, let me take you back a couple ...
  • Abaza, Nazly (Nazly Abaza, 2013-12-11)
    28 and Single is an audio documentary discussing the culture of arranged marriage in Egypt through the story of my family, specifically my cousin Malak El Shishiny.
  • Mahany, Monica M. (2017-05-29)
    Over 20 years, animal abuse in Egypt has been existing. Yet, the government is not offering any solutions for this issue.And, Egyptians don't have the culture of having dogs on the streets.
  • Mahany, Monica M. (2017-05-29)
    Stray animals have been suffering in the Egyptian streets from the abuse for so long. Yet, there are no solutions offered by the government to restrict this harm that those animals face everyday.
  • Haddara, Adham (2011-03-08)
  • El-Khalili, Sara Nassar (2011-06-12)
    The awareness function of the mass media is at the heart of civic engagement, which is fundamental for a country in transition to democracy such as Egypt. This study examined the agenda-setting impact of Egyptian nightly ...
  • Hassan, Yasmine (2014-12-21)
    An interview with Ahmad Abd Rabou at AUC, Egypt.
  • Trombi, Lucia (2011-09-29)
  • Al-Jarhi, Nuha (2011-10-03)
  • Hassanien, Mariam (2016-12-18)
    This interview is for my final documentary for my audio production class. Angeliki Ckoumpi is a teacher at the Greek culture center who preferred to live in Cairo after spending the last 10 years in Athens.
  • Ahmed, Mohamed (2013-02-13)
    Media convergence is a new way of present media contents to mass audiences and through which every member in the Global Society will be able to view, share, send and retain information from/to all other members as they ...
  • Mitry, Caroline (2017-01-24)
    This study analyzed the content of selected Egyptian movies that portrayed mental and psychological illness throughout the history of the Egyptian cinema between 1923 and 2015. A list that includes 42 movies depicting ...
  • Mikhail, Miriam (2016-12-12)
    This documentary reveals the truth about the Armenians in 1915 and the Armenian Diaspora- more specifically in Egypt. After over hundred years of massacres and displacement, how they have become an integral part of the ...
  • Fahmy, Andalib Mohamed (2016-01-17)
    The Internet has many advantages over the other media in the provision of information services especially in the field of human rights. In Egypt the image of the human rights organization has been affected severely after ...
  • Guirguis, Sarah (2016-12-18)
    The purpose of this audio documentary is to put a microscope on the general Egyptian attitude towards unfamiliar art, specifically the types of dance that people are not used to watching on stage. Tune in to see the ...
  • Omar, Nouran (2013-05-12)
    My interview was with an AUC graduate. Her name is Youmna Mahmoud. She majored in Psychology and business. She now works in Al Mashfa Psychiatric hospital. I did my background research on her by asking a senior doctor about ...
  • Ibrahim, Rawan Mamdouh (2015-05-19)
    This is a 15 minute interview with a friend of mine who I won't be able to mention her name for the sake of her own privacy.
  • Abdel Moaty, Mai (2012-12-12)
    Welcome to the AUC Rare Books and Special Collections Library, where you can find treasures of knowledge within the heart of the campus. The official opening of this magnificent library was in February 1992 in Tahrir ...
  • El Husseiny, Habiba (2011-05-25)
  • Ismail, Farida (2016-12-18)
    This audio documentary is about the vegan and vegetarian culture in Egypt, it isn’t very prominent and even with a traditionally vegetarian friendly platter, Egyptians love their meat. Being a vegetarian or vegan can come ...