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New Media and Information Technology in the Middle East (NMIT)

New Media and Information Technology in the Middle East (NMIT)
United States
Working Papers on New Media and Information Technology in the Middle East (NMIT) are preliminary formulations of new data and thinking from ongoing social science research on the economic, cultural, policy and social implications of new media, communication and information technologies in the contemporary Middle East. NMIT gathers new data and findings from on-going social science research on uses and impacts of information technologies in work, leisure, education, commerce, media, development, local and regional identities, globalization and transnational ties in the Middle East. NMIT deals with changing access to communications, production and consumption of media, the evolving political economy of telecommunications, policy issues, and the cultural registers of information technologies in the countries of the region and the Middle Easts overseas. NMIT is sponsored by the Arab Information Project at the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and the Center for Middle East Studies of the University of Arizona. The goal of NMIT is to enhance the circulation of initial findings from specialist research, such as papers prepared for conferences and seminars but not yet finalized for publication.
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