Conference Papers:

Bakry, A. & Alkazemi, M. (2013). Media-Induced Social Cohesion after the Egyptian Uprising. Accepted to Bucharest’s National School of Political and Administrative Studies’ “Media and the Public Sphere”. Athens, GA.

Alkazemi, M. F. (2013). Exploring the cultivation effect of Muslim Americans Online. Submitted to Bucharest’s National School of Political and Administrative Studies’ “Media and the Public Sphere”. Athens, GA.

Alkazemi, M. F. (2013). Silencing Religious Dialogue: Religious Communication Apprehension among Muslims in the United States. Submitted to Association for the Education of Journalism and Mass Communication. Washington, DC.

Alkazemi, M. F., Al Nashmi, E., & Wanta, W. (2013). Attitudes toward journalism in Kuwait: The Educational Process of Students in an Emerging Democracy. World Journalism Education Congress. Mechelen.

Brian J. Bowe, Mariam Alkazemi and Robin Blom, “Facilitating the Egyptian uprising: A case study of Facebook and Egypt’s April 6th Youth Movement” presented to Mass Communication and Society Division of the Association for the Education of Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention, Chicago, August 2012.

Publications:

Alkazemi, M. F. (2013). Students’ Spiraling Silence and Willingness to Communicate about Religion. Journal of Religion Media & Digital Culture, 2(1), 1-27.

Alkazemi, Mariam F. (2012). Social Construction of Reality Television: An Analysis of Print Journalism Coverage of All-American Muslim. Middle East Media Educator, 1(2), 31-43. (http://www.uowdubai.ac.ae/pdfs/publications/MEME_Vol_1_Issue_2.pdf)

Alkazemi, M. F., Bowe, B. J., & Blom, R. (2012). Facilitating the Egyptian uprising: A case study of Facebook and the 6th of April Youth Movement. In N. Azab (Ed.), Cases on Web 2.0 in Developing Countries: Studies on Implementation, Application, and Use (256-282). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

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