Madrasa, Satellite, Cyber
New Media and the Negotiation of Muslim Values

Doug Davis
Haverford College

 

 

·         Sidi ROM”: New media in a traditional Moroccan community

1.       Mjid’s (1982) boom-box

2.       Karima’s (2002) Qari`a: Qur’an, tajwid, video

·         The (Ir)religious Web and Muslim youth

·         Tradition, modernity, and "fundamentalism," post-9/11

References/Sources

Bunt, Gary R. (2003). Islam in the Digital Age: E-jihad, Online Fatwas and Cyber Islamic Environments, (London: Pluto Press).

Bunt, Gary R. (n.d.). Virtually Islamic : Research and News about Islam in the Digital Age. www.virtuallyislamic.com. Blog.

Davis, S.S., & Davis, D.A. (1995). "The mosque and the satellite": Media and adolescence in a Moroccan town. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 24, 577-593. www.haverford.edu/psych/ddavis/mosque.html

NITLE Arab World Project. The National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education. arabworld.nitle.org/index.php

The Spirit of Islam - Suras Recited by Seemi Bushra Ghazi. Speaking of Faith. Minnesota Public Radio. speakingoffaith.publicradio.org/programs/2005/01/06_spiritofislam/sura.shtml