Mass Media, Modernity, and Development: Arab States of the Gulf

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Index
Algeria, 24
Al-Haram Al-Sharif Mosque, 188
American culture, 71
American economy, 214
American empire, 73
American media, 27, 71-72, 74-75
American society, 214
Amin, Samir, 53
Analysis of variance, 110
Aoun, Michael, 209
Arabs, 24, 231; audiences, 198; customs of hospitality, 176; family, 191; Israeli conflict, 231; and Muslim people, 210; oil-producing countries, 63; peninsula, 83; personality, 208; petro-dollar wealth, 63, 185, 187; societies, 206; world, 24, 59, 63, 88, 186, 196, 206
Attitudinal modernity, 13, 144, 180- 81, 183, 193, 213; definition of, 13. See alsoModernity
Audience power, 74
Authoritarianism, 191
Authoritarian theory of the press, 94
Bacon, Francis, 214
Bahrain, 83, 88, 110-11, 115, 189, 193, 220; civil servants, 127; female students, 123, 127; male students, 125; respondents, 233
Balfour Declaration, 24
Baran, Paul, 53
Bargaining for grades, 173
Beitar, Nadim, 58-59; Beitar's work, 58-59; The Revolutionary Ideology (National House for Printing and Publishing, 1964), 58
Beta level, 120
Bosnian conflict, 29
Bourgeoisie, 55, 68
Bourgeois liberal scientists, 74
Boyd-Barrett, O., 71. See also Media imperialism
Britain, 24
British power in the Arab East, 24
Bush, George, 28, 182, 205, 207; "New World Order," 29
Capitalism, 57; development of, 54
Capitalist means of production, 21
Capitalist system, 54, 57, 60, 74
Cartesian world view, 215
Change. SeeSocial change
Charismatic leaders, 23
Civil servants, 122. See alsoGulf civil servants
Class analysis, 56
Class conflict, 21-22

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xv
  • Preface xvii
  • Acknowledgments xxi
  • 4- Findings 121
  • Appendix C The Analysis Tables 255
  • Bibliography 269
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