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Author of the Egypt, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates chapters in Freedom of the Press 2011. Editor Karin Karlekar. May 2011. Freedom House, Washington D.C.

 

Citizen Journalists, Alternative Media and Post-Millennial Social Movements in the Arab World. In Sage Encyclopedia of Social Movements, edited by J. Downing. 2010. Sage. 

 

Catch and Release: Evaluating the Free Kareem Campaign. Arab Media and Society. Winter (12) 2010. Cairo: American University of Cairo.

 

Policing Belief: The Impact of Blasphemy Laws on Human Rights. (Editor). Oct. 2010. Freedom House: Washington D.C. 


Freedom of Expression in the Middle East and North Africa. Afkar/Ideas. October 2010. Institut Europeu de la Mediterrània. Barcelona, Spain.


Author of Tunisia chapter in Freedom in the World 2010 and of Egypt and United Arab Emirates chapters in Freedom of the Press 2010.


From Cell Phones to Coffee: Issues of Access in Egypt. In Surviving Field Research, edited by C. Lekha Sriram, O. Martin-Ortega, J. C. King, J. Mertus and J. Herman. 2009. London: Taylor and Francis Ltd Routledge.


Core to Commonplace: The evolution of Egypt's blogosphere. Arab Media and Society. Fall 2008 (6). Cairo: American University of Cairo. http://www.arabmediasociety.com/?article=692


Middle East: Charter Checks Satellite TV Revolution: Oxford Analytica. 3 June 2008. Oxford, Britain.


Middle East: New Media Pack Political Punch: Oxford Analytica. 22 April 2008. Oxford, Britain.


Blogging in Egypt. Reset: Dialogue on Civilizations, September-October 2007 issue (no.103). 


Book Review: A Violent World. International Journal of Communication 2. 2007. http://www.ijoc.org


How Al Jazeera is Challenging and Improving Egyptian Journalism. Reset: Dialogue on Civilizations, Oct./Nov. 2007. 

 

Speaking Truth to Power: How Al Jazeera is Challenging and Improving Egyptian Journalism. Invited paper presented at "Al-Jazeera and the New Arab Media" conference at the Center for Middle East Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara. 5 May 2007.

 

Public Media in the Arab World: Exploring the gap between reality and ideals. Report for the Center for Social Media, School of Communication, American University. 23 Feb. 2007.

 

Primarie 2000, Internet nella campagna elettorale.” La Repubblicca. Dec. 2000.

Unpublished Papers:

Petro-Media: Politics and Practices of the Arab Satellite News Media

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