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Oghia, Michael and Helen Indelicato, Ruling the Arab Internet: An Analysis of Internet Ownership Trends of Six Arab Countries. Arab Media and Society, Issue 13, 2011 abstract full text PDF
 
OpenNet Initiative, United Arab Emirates. Cambridge, MA: The Berkman Center for Internet and Society, 2007 abstract PDF
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Pamment, James, American Strategic Communication in Iraq: The “Rapid Reaction Media Team”. Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, volume: 2, issue: 2, April - 2012 abstract full text PDF
 
Peterson, Jennifer, Sampling Folklore: The re-popularization of Sufi inshad in Egyptian dance music. Arab Media and Society, Issue 4, Winter 2008 abstract full text PDF
 
Peterson, Mark Allen, Egypt's Media Ecology in a Time of Revolution. Arab Media and Society, Issue 13, 2011 abstract full text PDF
 
Piela, Anna, Challenging Stereotypes: Muslim Women's Photographic Self-Representations on the Internet. Religions on the Internet - Aesthetics and the Dimensions of the Senses (Special issue of “Online – Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet") abstract full text PDF
 
Pierret, Thomas, Internet in a Sectarian Islamic Context. ISIM Review, No. 15, Spring 2005 abstract full text
 
Pond, Christian, The Appeal of Sami Yusuf and the Search for Islamic Authenticity. Arab Media and Society, TBS Journal, Summer 2006 abstract full text PDF
 
Potter, Sam, Financial Crisis in the UAE - A Paralysis of Analysis. Arab Media and Society, Issue 10, Spring 2010 abstract full text PDF
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Qin, J.; Zhou, Y.; Lai, G.; Reid, E.; Sageman, M.; Chen, H., The Dark Web Portal Project: collecting and analyzing the presence of terrorist groups on the Web. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference 2005. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2005 abstract PDF
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Račius, Egdūnas, A “Virtual Club” of Lithuanian Converts to Islam. In Muslims and the New Information and Communication Technologies, Muslims in Global Societies Series, Vol. 7 abstract full text
 
Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin, Cyber-rituals in Virtual Worlds: Wedding Online in Second Life. Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology. Vol. 1, No. 2, 2007 abstract full text PDF
 
Radsch, Courtney C., Assessing the economic impact of the Egyptian uprising. Arab Media and Society, Summer (14) 2011, Cairo: American University of Cairo abstract full text PDF
 
Radsch, Courtney C., Assessing the economic impact of the Egyptian uprising. Arab Media and Society, Issue 13, 2011 abstract full text PDF
 
Radsch, Courtney C., Blogging in Egypt. Reset DOC, April 2008 abstract full text
 
Radsch, Courtney C., Catch and Release: Evaluating the Free Kareem Campaign. Arab Media and Society, Winter (12) 2010, Cairo: American University of Cairo abstract full text PDF
 
Radsch, Courtney C., Core to Commonplace: The evolution of Egypt's blogosphere. Arab Media and Society, Fall 2008 (6), Cairo: American University of Cairo abstract full text PDF
 
Radsch, Courtney C., From Cell Phones to Coffee: Issues of Access in Egypt. In Surviving Field Research, C. Lekha Sriram et al. (Eds.), 2009. London: Taylor and Francis Ltd Routledge abstract full text PDF
 
Radsch, Courtney C., Liberté d’expression et autocensure [Freedom of Expression in the Middle East and North Africa]. Afkar/Ideas, October 2010, Institut Europeu de la Mediterrània. Barcelona, Spain abstract full text PDF
 
Radsch, Courtney C. , Unveiling the Revolutionaries: Cyberactivism and the Role of Women in the Arab Uprisings. James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Rice University; May 18, 2012 abstract full text PDF
 
Rahimi, Babak, Internet and the State: The Rise of Cyberdemocracy in Revolutionary Iran. Working Papers on New Media and Information Technology in the Middle East, September 2008 abstract full text
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