Children and Screen Media in Changing Arab Contexts : An Ethnographic Perspective.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (153 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783030043216Subject(s): Digital media-Arab countries | Mass media and children-Arab countries | Computers and children-Arab countriesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Children and Screen Media in Changing Arab Contexts : An Ethnographic PerspectiveDDC classification: 302.231083 LOC classification: HM621-HM656Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Chapter 1 Introduction: Arab Children and the Media-Epistemological Topographies of a Nascent Field -- Abstract -- Arab Child Populations in Context(s) -- Socio-Political Contexts Meet Technological Advances -- Locating Arab Children Within/Out the Field of Media Studies -- Western Institutions of Authority and Definitions of Child Audiences/Users -- Internationalising as Arabising: Childhood and Media Use -- Theoretical and Methodological Framework for an Alternative Reading of Arab Children and Media Use -- On Methods and Ethics -- The Book -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2 The Poetics of Self-Reflexivity: Arab Diasporic Children in London and Media Uses -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Framing Problems of Access and (Mis)Trust -- Doing 'Being Self-Reflexive' as Poetics: Mnemonic Diasporic Habitus Between Performance and Affect -- Technologies of Self and Children's Media Worlds -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3 Ethnography as Double-Thrownness: War and the Face of the Sufferer as Media -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Thrownness -- Spatial Thrownness -- En Route to Fieldwork: Check Points, Haytists, and the Gaze of the Other -- Thrownness into the Face/Gaze of the Sufferer as-the-Other: The Maimoun Family -- Thrownness, Suffering, and Ethnography as Stammering -- On Ethnography, the Politics of Pity, Emotion, and Commitment -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4 Networked World-Making: Children's Encounters with Media Objects -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Temporalities, Spatialities, and the Elusiveness of Average Media Use -- Diasporic Connections -- 'Local' Connections -- Everyday Spaces and Media Use -- The School: Classmates and Mnemonic Relatives as London's Main Socialities -- The Derb and the Cyber: The Moroccan Neighbourhood as Communal Mediated Space.
Networked Familial Socialities: Relatives as an Extended Connected Home -- Affective Materialities, Availability, and Presence -- The Home as Site for 'Arab' Media Transition -- The TV Dethroned: Availability and Purposeful Media Use -- Prime Object of Affection: The Phone and Socio-Material Presence -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5 Children, Media as 'Equipment' and Worldliness -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Content of a Two-Week Media Use Diary: Marwan and Omar/Casablanca -- Worldliness as Imagination -- The Ethnographer's Body as Technicity of Discovery -- Religion, World, and Others -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6 Conclusion -- Abstract -- On Method -- On the Question of Arabness -- On Media as Equipment -- Bibliography -- Bibliography -- Index.
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