US public diplomacy in the Arab world

@article{elNawawy2006USPD,
  title={US public diplomacy in the Arab world},
  author={M. el-Nawawy},
  journal={Global Media and Communication},
  year={2006},
  volume={2},
  pages={183 - 203}
}
  • M. el-Nawawy
  • Published 2006
  • Political Science
  • Global Media and Communication
This study surveyed a convenience sample of Arab college students in five Arab countries regarding their perceptions of the news credibility of two US-sponsored networks targeting Arab audiences: Radio Sawa and Television Alhurra. To assess the credibility of these networks, the students were asked to use a 12-item credibility scale developed by Gaziano and McGrath. The study found no correlation between the respondents’ frequency of listening to Radio Sawa and their perception of its news as… Expand

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