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The Journal of North African Studies publishes 'Medias in Morocco' in June 2017 Issue .


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 Morocco have been published in The Journal of North African Studies, in the 'Special Section:  Medias in Morocco' (Volume 22, Issue 3, June 2017).

Roxane Farmanfarmaian


Introduction - Roxane Farmanfarmaian

Bouziane Zaid


The authoritarian trap in state/media structures in Morocco’s political transition - Bouziane Zaid


Samia Errazzouki

Under watchful eyes: Internet surveillance and citizen media in Morocco, the case of Mamfakinch - Samia Errazzouki


Driss Ksikes


Abdelfettah Benchenna


The media in Morocco: a highly political economy, the case of the

paper and on-line press since the early 1990s - Abdelfettah

Dominique Marchetti

BenchennaDriss Ksikes & Dominique Marchetti



Ali Sonay


Radio and political change: listening in contemporary Morocco - Ali Sonay 

Kenza Oumlil


The representation of women in Moroccan television talk shows - Kenza Oumlil

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