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Dennis, E. E., Martin, J. D., & Wood, R. (2015). Media use in the Middle East, 2015. Northwestern University in Qatar. Retrieved from www.mideastmedia.org

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Dennis, Everette E., Justin D. Martin, and Robb Wood. Media Use in the Middle East, 2015. Northwestern University in Qatar, 2015. Web. 15 April, 2015. <www.mideastmedia.org>.

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Dennis, Everette E., Justin D. Martin, and Robb Wood. “Media use in the Middle East, 2015.” Northwestern University in Qatar, accessed April 15, 2015, http://menamediasurvey.northwestern.edu.  

 

 

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