Watching Arabic Television in Europe: From Diaspora to Hybrid Citizens
Springer, 25 mars 2014 - 150 pages
What are Arabic Europeans watching on television and how does it affect their identities as Europeans? New evidence from seven capitals shows that, far from being isolated in ethnic media ghettoes, they are critical news consumers in Arabic and European languages and engaged citizens.
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2M Maroc aged over 45 Al Arabiya Al Manar allegiance Amsterdam Arab world Arabic channels Arabic language Arabic language television Arabic speakers Arabic television Arabiya argues Assadissa audience BBC Arabic Berlin bicultural born Canal Algérie capitals cent channels viewed Chapter citizens of Europe citizenship testing civic communities cosmopolitan country of origin cultural citizenship Cyprus debate diaspora engagement entertainment ethnic European Union Female focus groups France gender German globalised hybrid citizens identity immigration integration Iqraa Iraq Iraqi Islam Jazeera Lebanese living London Madrid Maghreb Maghrebi Arabic Male Middle East migrants Moroccan Morocco multiculturalism Muslim Netherlands Nicosia Paris participants passport pillarisation political prefer programs public service religious channels respondents watch sample satellite dishes Saudi sense of belonging shared soap operas social Spain Spanish speakers in Europe speaking Stockholm survey Sweden Swedish television diaries transnational channels transnational media transnational television veil viewers watch Arabic women