• Fashion Promotion
    from the West and the European countries are invited to display their brands and product and people from all over the world come to the festival and purchase things. (Hafez, n.a). CONCLUSION: Cultures of the Arab world and the Western world are significantly changed. Their norms, values, religion...
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  • A Call for Endogenous Saudi Animations: Stop Cultural Imperialism
    between developed and developing countries. Hence, the developed countries imperialise the culture of a number of developing countries through exporting media such as television and the press. As a result of this unequal media broadcast, several negative effects arose in the developing...
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  • Cairo
    Since September 11th, 2001, Arabs specifically Muslim Arabs have been socially constructed through their race, culture, and identity, which have led to a great stereotype and control. Although Muslim Arabs have been around for more than 700 years, it wasn’t until the last fifty years where they...
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  • Arabization
    programs either in local dialects or foreign languages ​​and limited use of classical language on news programs this that delivered this language from breaking the rude and rules has become the Arab media tool for marketing of foreign languages ​​and published culture between Arabs and already reflects...
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  • anthro
    are mean, savage like people that want to kill or harm people (especially Americans). The media also plays a big role is downgrading Arabs. For example, the news feed that we all saw about 9/11. We show the Arabs mutilating our safety and people of this country and ran into the twin towers. All the...
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  • Arab American Tension
    countries are working together. Politics, religion and many other terms to argue about in the Arab American tension. Both cultures live with conflicts since ages, but the actions towards each others are changing and mostly due to political situations. Now a day, media is one of the most...
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  • Arabian Challenge
    : Experts felt that one of the biggest challenges faced by MTV while launching MTV Arabian was the prevalent culture in the Arab world. Discuss the Arab culture. How is it expected to pose a challenge to MTV? The Arab culture predominant in countries such as those found in the UAE (United Arab...
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  • Multicultural
    follow it very strictly, while others look at it more as a general set of guidelines. Despite these differences, Muslims in all Arab countries pray five times a day, and all other obligations and responsibilities are scheduled around the prayers. Family is another integral aspect of the Arab culture. In...
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  • Salam Pax: Who Is to Blame for Stereotypes?
    , discrimination still remains a large issue in the country. Perhaps it is a lack of quality education, perhaps it's family, or perhaps it's the media that sculpts the minds of the citizens of Americans into thinking negatively towards cultures that are exotic to them. Whatever it may be, Americans, along with...
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  • Orientalism
    , designers and artists.  More recently, the term is also used in the meaning of "the stereotyping of Islam" by western culture, and I would argue this stereotyping happens primarily due to the Western media and films. Park (2005) explains that “large groups of people with diverse histories become...
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  • Revalution
    Report on Media Representations of Arabs and Muslims By:Lamia Tabina RELI2310A Instructor: Dr. Matthew A. MacDonald After hearing about all the laughter my friends had while watching the movie The Dictator, I was actually excited to go see a movie at the theaters for once. However, as the...
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  • Soccer
    ignorant to categorize all of these Arabs as the same. Not only are they all from these different countries, some do not speak the same dialect and do not share the same culture. I will open up your view on these Arabs and hopefully educate the public so these stereotypes can end. Religion is the...
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  • “British Arab Muslim Audiences and Television After September 11.”
    female from Iraq: “[she] encountered racism after September 11 when a classmate addressed her as ‘bloody Arab’” (pg. 9). In order for her to understand what this meant, she had to watch a news channel from her culture. Also the association that the ‘western media” contrived was that they were...
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  • The Progression of Women’s Rights in the Middle East
    rights has become infamous in this country because of the American media, and Americans are criticizing the speed of advancement in most Middle Eastern countries. However, it is difficult for us, as Americans, to accurately advocate reform for another country when we are not familiar with their...
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  • The Arab World
    react and behave in a manner that is both judgmental and biased. The word Arabs is used to describe an individual from the Middle East. Despite the fact that these individuals are from different countries, with diverse cultures, beliefs and a variety of religions, they are characterized by one...
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  • Mtv Networks: the Arabian Challenge
    Arab culture. How is it expected to pose a challenge to MTV? Co p y The Arab world contains 22 countries – Algeria, Bahrain, the Comoros Islands, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria...
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  • Arabization
    countries with their own national identity. To enhance their economical and political independence they revived their own culture trying to eliminate the remaining influence of the colonization period on education, society and culture. 3. Strengthening Arab unity and solidarity: The broad...
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  • Uae Research
    , and socially interdependent, creating a common culture and social identity. The UAE shares significant aspects of its culture with neighboring Arab countries and the larger Arab culture. CULTURE The United Arab Emirates is home to a rich cultural heritage that has been strongly influenced by...
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  • Globalization
    the French culture. In the UAE and other Arab and Islamic countries, globalization is also systematically replacing local cultures with the cultural values of globalization, the same values that are shared by the young generation of Americans and other westerners. Whether it is about eating...
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  • Rhet 201 Paper
    represent Arabs then how shall we as Arabs supposed to show the world our culture and have an active effect on the youth of other countries? The main problem is that Arabs are not capable of using internet as a portrayal tool for their cultures like what the western countries are actually doing. In Egypt...
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