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by Mustafa Kabha,Dan Caspi

  • ISBN: 0853036713
  • Category: Reference
  • Author: Mustafa Kabha,Dan Caspi
  • Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Vallentine Mitchell (March 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 292 pages
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Mustapha Kabha’s new work The Palestinian Press as Shaper of Public Opinion, 1929-1939: Writing Up a Storm proposes to tackle this formidable problem head-on and thereby chart the influence of Arabic news media on the evolution of the Palestinian National Movement in the tumultuous years that culminated in the Revolt of 1936-39 .

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This is a book of reference and historical record, which is not easily digestible in large doses

This is a book of reference and historical record, which is not easily digestible in large doses. Kabha has arranged most of his material chronologically and strives to be so comprehensive that, at times, the reader is faced with lists of newspaper titles accompanied by a few lines of description on each one. This is most obviously the case in the section entitled "Introduction," which actually consists of an inventory of papers existing before 1929.

Mustapha Kabha’s new work The Palestinian Press as Shaper of Public Opinion, 1929-1939: Writing Up a Storm proposes to tackle this formidable problem head-on and thereby chart the influence of Arabic news media on the evolution of the Palestinian National Movement in th. .

Mustapha Kabha’s new work The Palestinian Press as Shaper of Public Opinion, 1929-1939: Writing Up a Storm proposes to tackle this formidable problem head-on and thereby chart the influence of Arabic news media on the evolution of the Palestinian National Movement in the tumultuous years that culminated in the Revolt of 1936-39

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Opinión Pública (2008). In book: Encrucijada 2009. Gobierno, actores y políticos en Uruguay 2007-2008. Cite this publication. Lucía Selios January 2008 · Middle East Studies Association Bulletin.

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This book deals with the development of the Palestinian Arabic press during the years 1929-1939, years in which the national identity of the Palestinian Arab public was formalized and shaped and characterized by the development of the Palestinian National Movement. During this period, the Palestinian National Movement, in addition to its struggle with the Zionist Movement, was also involved in a struggle with the British Mandatory government. The primary professed goal of this struggle was to prevent realization of the program for a Jewish National Home, and to lead Britain to a situation in which it would be compelled to grant independence or a certain degree of autonomy to the Palestinian Arabs, as had been granted to other Arab countries, such as Iraq and Egypt. The press became integrated as a central factor in shaping the development of the Palestinian National Movement in a gradual process: it began emerging in the mid-1920's, its weight increased significantly during the events of 1929, and it peaked in the Great Strike of April-October 1936. The few studies conducted to date on the functioning of the Palestinian press during the Mandatory period dealt with the political aspects of the newspapers and with their articulation of the various political groups and powers in the Palestinian National Movement. In this book Mustafa Kabha emphasize social, cultural, and institutional aspects, in addition to the national-political aspect.

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