1. Introduction: Arab Children and the Media: Epistemological Topographies of a Nascent Field.-2. The Poetics of Self-reflexivity: Arab Diasporic Children in London and Media Uses.- 3. Ethnography as Double-Thrownness: War and the Face of the Sufferer as Media.-4. Networked World Making: Children's Encounters with Media Objects.-5. Children, Media as 'equipment' and Worldliness.-6. Conclusion.
Tarik Sabry is a reader in media and communication theory at
the University of Westminster, UK. He is author of Cultural
Encounters in the Arab World: On Media, the Modern and the
Everyday (2010) and co-founder of the Middle East Journal of
Culture and Communication.
Nisrine Mansour is a researcher in media, culture and migration, with previous affiliations at the University of Westminster, the University of Oxford, and the London School of Economics, UK.