Browsing American University in Cairo Scholarly Communications by Discipline "Journalism and Mass Communication"

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  • Abdel Kader, Mai Wahid (2010-05-29)
    Media Richness Theory (MRT) argues that within any work organization, the performance of employees and managers improve when using â richer' media for equivocal tasks. The main goal of this study is to assess the predictions ...
  • AbdelNabi, Refan (2015-05-18)
    This audio documentary, about cross culture, specifically revolves around being Saudi Arabian Egyptian, tackles culture intolerance.
  • Malash, Yassmeen (2012-10-16)
    This is a 14-minute audio documentary that focuses on the development of underground music in Egypt, through the scope of the not-so-popular genres such as Metal. The documentary looks at how music was back in the Nineties ...
  • Abdelrehim, Salma Hany Mohammed Omar (2014-02-03)
    This study gives some insight with regards to the diffusion of educational blogs among educators working in Egypt. Through the literature review the researcher establishes the importance of edublogs and gives examples of ...
  • Shaker, Nadeen (2012-05-09)
    The dictionary definition of an atlas is a book of maps and charts. In this audio documentary, Nadeen Shaker attempts to explore another type of atlas: that in the minds and memories of people in the A-U-C community who ...
  • AbdelBaky, Menatalla (2014-12-21)
    Psychotherapy is very important, it help people learn about their condition and their moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy helps people learn how to take control of their lives and respond to challenging ...
  • Tawfik, Mona (2012-12-16)
    An interesting phenomenon has been taking place in Cairo, Egypt. College students appear to be tying the knot earlier than the contemporary age. Mona Tawfik investigates.
  • Hamed, Dina Mahmoud (2013-01-27)
    This study examines the effect of the Egyptian television viewership on self-image and perception of the upper Egyptians among the Cairenes.Two interrelated theories involving such perceptions, the cultivation theory, and ...
  • Younis, Dina Mohamed (2014-07-20)
    As more Egyptians continue to expose themselves to the political comedy program Al Bernameg, scholars should seek to understand the audience’s perception of the program. This study examines the perception of the Egyptian ...
  • Abdallah, Salma Hamed (2014-12-18)
    This documentary is about the independent cinema in Egypt. It examines the obstacles its filmmakers face and how they manage to pass it and achieve success. It also explores the origins of this kind of cinema in Egypt and ...
  • Abou Zeid, Caroline (2011-05-23)
    Public diplomacy and the usage of media nowadays play influential roles in promoting ideologies, concepts and cultures. Using satellite broadcasting contributes in getting nations and different cultures close and in harmony. ...
  • Mohamed, Jehad (2014-12-21)
    This audio documentary that is dedicated to tell the stories of those women who went to the square and suffered of sexual harassment just for being females. It is to show the role that women played in the revolution and ...
  • Shokatfard, Raya (2013-02-13)
    The research about Egyptians’ perception of the Shias and the role of media is very significant, especially at this time, due to the sensitivity of its broader impact on the Muslim world. Media, as one of the most important ...
  • Magharious, Luciana (2013-12-11)
    Atheists have been overlooked by the Egyptian society for a long time. However, following the January 25th revolution in Egypt, atheists in the country are speaking up and calling for their rights to be integrated in the ...
  • Cattane, Valentina (2012-05-21)
    The current study aimed at investigating Egyptian women's motivations and experiences with blogging as a tool of empowerment. A combined purposive and snowball sample of Egyptian women bloggers was drawn and data, obtained ...
  • Hegab, Salma (2013-12-19)
    Women Rights, a topic often underrated and put on the bottom shelf. “It’s not a priority now,” they say. In this project, amazing and empowered women were interviewed discussing women’s rights issues in Egypt, and how the ...
  • Ahmed, Ahmed (2012-12-12)
    There are more than 2.2 million people with visual disabilities living in Egypt most of which suffer from poverty, lack of accessibilities, ineffective educational techniques and governmental negligence; yet they still ...
  • AbdAlmotagally, Hend AbdAlrahman (2012-05-28)
    This study applied the two-step-flow-of-information model within an ethnographic approach to explore the two-step-flow of information model for re-conceptualizing opinion leadership via Twitter in the post-Jan25 revolution ...
  • Abdellatif, Yara (2012-12-10)
    Research shows that different types of music have different effects on people. Just like some songs can make us laugh, and other songs make us cry, some believe songs can actually change the way we think, and can ultimately ...
  • Ismail, Nada (2013-12-11)
    The popular French musical, ‘Les Miserable’ has been translated into 22 languages, and now we can add one more. Throughout this documentary you will learn all about how and why Fabrica translated ‘Les Miserable’ into Arabic ...