23 Facts About Arab culture


Arab culture is the culture of the Arabs, from the Atlantic Ocean in the west to the Arabian Sea in the east, and from the Mediterranean Sea in the north to the Horn of Africa and the Indian Ocean in the southeast.

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Classical Arab culture music is extremely popular across the population, especially a small number of superstars known throughout the Arab culture world.

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Much Arab culture music is characterized by an emphasis on melody and rhythm rather than harmony.

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Illiteracy rates in the Arab culture world played a role in the formation of media, and due to the low reader rates newspapers were forced to get political parties to subsidize their publications, giving them input to editorial policy.

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Each country or region in the Arab culture world has varying colloquial languages which are used for everyday speech, yet its presence in the media world is discouraged.

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Currently MSA is used by Arab culture media, including newspapers, books and some television stations, in addition to all formal writing.

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Journalists in the Arab culture world hold many of the same values with their news generation as do journalists in the Western world.

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Kai Hafez states, “Many governments in the Arab culture world have tried to hijack the issue of media ethics and have used it as yet another controlling device, with the result that many Arab culture journalists, while they love to speak about the challenges of their profession, hate performing under the label of media ethics.

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Arab culture Media coming to modernity flourished and with it its responsibilities to the political figures that have governed its role.

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Values of media in the Arab culture world have started to change with the emergence of “new media.

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Newspaper, radio, and television patronization in the Arab culture world has heretofore been primarily a function of governments.

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Arab culture states are intimately involved in the economic well-being of many Arab culture news organizations so they apply pressure in several ways, most notably through ownership or advertising.

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Arab culture estimates that television reaches well over 100 million people in the region, and this number has likely grown since 2004.

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However, the number of magazines in the Arab culture world is significantly smaller than that of the Western world.

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The Arab culture world is not as advertisement driven as the Western world.

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Arab culture radio broadcasting began in the 1920s, but only a few Arab culture countries had their own broadcasting stations before World War II.

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Almost all television channels in the Arab culture world were government-owned and strictly controlled prior to the 1990s.

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Internet in the Arab culture world is powerful source of expression and information as it is in other places in the world.

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Internet in the Arab culture world has a snowball effect; now that the snowball is rolling, it can no longer be stopped.

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Arab culture activists have been using Facebook in the utmost creative way to support the democracy movement in the region, a region that has one of the highest rates of repression in the world.

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The use of the Internet in the Arab culture world is very political in the nature of the posts and of the sites read and visited.

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Arab culture teaches that the needs of the group are more important than the needs of one person.

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Pan Arab culture Games are a regional multi-sport event held between nations from the Arab culture world.

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