Corpus ID: 189310433

Modern media Arabic: a study of word frequency in world affairs and sports sections in Arabic newspapers

  title={Modern media Arabic: a study of word frequency in world affairs and sports sections in Arabic newspapers},
  author={A. Razak and Zainur Rijal},
This study examines language style of Arabic newspapers particularly in the world affairs and sport sections, using the word frequency analysis. The study is divided into seven chapters. The first chapter mainly focuses on background and aims of the study, while review of previous studies is presented in the second chapter. Chapter Three discusses Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), the selected newspapers and the chosen sections. Chapter Four concerns on the methodology applied in the study… Expand
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