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University of Cambridge - Al Jazeera Media Project Publishes Findings on Turkey in Middle East Critique

last modified Aug 14, 2018 08:49 PM

Following the second leg of the University of Cambridge – Al Jazeera Media Project and a successful conference in Doha in January 2017, a series of articles related to the Media in Turkey have been published in Middle East Critique, in the 'Special Section:  Media in Turkey' (Volume 27, Issue 2, 2018).

Guest Editor's Introduction - Roxane Farmanfarmaian

The Turkish Media Structure in Judicial and Political Context: An Illustration of Values and Status Negotiation - Roxane Farmanfarmaian, Ali Sonay & Murat Akser

Local Media in Turkey: The Growth of Islamic Networks in Konya's Radio Landscape - Ali Sonay

All is Flux: A Hybrid Media Approach to Macro-Analysis of the Turkish Media - Aslı Tunç

Social Media in Turkey as a Space for Political Battles: AKTrolls and other Politically motivated trolling - Erkan Saka

Understanding 'New Turkey' Through Women's Eyes: Gender Politics in Turkish Daytime Talk Shows - Yeşim Burul & Hande Eslen-Ziya

Negotiating Values in the Islamist Press after 2013 - Michelangelo Guida

Representation of Terror and Ethnic Conflict in the Turkish Press: An Analysis of the Peace Process in Turkey - Ayse Seda Yuksel-Pecen