Basyouni Hamada
Basyouni Hamada
Department of Mass Communication, Qatar University
Verified email at qu.edu.qa
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Mapping journalism cultures across nations: A comparative study of 18 countries
T Hanitzsch, F Hanusch, C Mellado, M Anikina, R Berganza, I Cangoz, ...
Journalism Studies 12 (3), 273-293, 2011
6382011
Modeling perceived influences on journalism: Evidence from a cross-national survey of journalists
T Hanitzsch, M Anikina, R Berganza, I Cangoz, M Coman, B Hamada, ...
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87 (1), 5-22, 2010
2822010
Worlds of journalism: Journalistic cultures, professional autonomy, and perceived influences across 18 nations
T Hanitzsch, J Seethaler, E Skewes, M Anikina, R Berganza, I Cangoz, ...
The global journalist in the 21st century [Routledge Communication Series …, 2012
712012
The Arab image in the minds of western image-makers
BI Hamada
Journal of International Communication 7 (1), 7-35, 2001
422001
Journalism and the Islamic worldview: Journalistic roles in Muslim-majority countries
N Muchtar, BI Hamada, T Hanitzsch, A Galal, Masduki, MS Ullah
Journalism studies 18 (5), 555-575, 2017
202017
Islamic cultural theory, Arab media performance and public opinion
BI Hamada
Public opinion and democracy, 215-239, 2001
202001
Global culture or cultural clash: an Islamic intercultural communication perspective
BI Hamada
Global Media Journal 3 (5), 20-40, 2004
132004
Towards a global journalism ethics model: An Islamic perspective
BI Hamada
The Journal of International Communication 22 (2), 188-208, 2016
122016
Satellite television and public sphere in Egypt: Is there a link?
BI Hamada
Global Media Journal 7 (12), 2008
102008
World Congress on Communication for Development: Lessons, Challenges, and the Way Forward
C Initiative, BI Hamada
World Bank Publications, 2007
52007
Internet potentials for democratization: Challenges in the Arab world
BI Hamada
The Journal of Development Communication 14 (2), 55, 2003
52003
Media, Violence and Terrorism in the Arab World
BI Hamada
Media, Violence and Terrorism, 101-106, 2003
52003
The initial effects of the Internet on a Muslim society
BI HAMADA
Journal of International Communication 6 (2), 50-70, 1999
51999
Editorial Autonomy: Journalists’ Perception of their freedom
BI Hamada
Worlds of Journalism Study, 2019
42019
ICTs and cultural diversity with special reference to the Islamic perspective
BI HAMADA
Journal of International Communication 10 (1), 34-53, 2004
42004
Mass media and politics: Agenda-Setting Function of the Mass media
B Hamada
Cairo: Nahdet Al Shark Publisher, 1996
41996
Masduki, & Ullah, MS (2017)
N Muchtar, BI Hamada, T Hanitzsch, A Galal
Journal-ism and the Islamic Worldview. Journalism Studies 18 (5), 555-575, 0
4
Press Freedom and Corruption: An Examination of the Relationship
BI Hamada, G Abdelsalam, S Kelany
32019
Social Media: A Turning Point into Global Journalism Identity and Ethics
BI Hamada
Social Media and Journalism-Trends, Connections, Implications, 35-56, 2018
32018
35 Worlds of Journalism
T Hanitzsch, J Seethaler, EA Skewes, M Anikina, R Berganza, I Cangöz, ...
The Global Journalist in the 21st Century, 473, 2012
32012
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