Damian Radcliffe
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Damian Radcliffe

Social Media Influencers in the Middle East

Social networks in the Middle East are home to influencers too, but while their pages may look familiar, they can experience unique challenges.

Image via Marie Claire. Original image credits: THE ABDEL AZIZ SISTERS; MAHMOUD OTHMAN; SAZDEL EL KAK; PASCAL LE SEGRETAIN/GETTY;

This is an extract from my new report “State of Social Media, Middle East: 2018,” which was co-written with Payton Bruni and published earlier this

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Research, analysis, teaching materials and journalistic output by the Carolyn S. Chambers Professor of Journalism at the University of Oregon

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Damian Radcliffe

Damian Radcliffe

Chambers Professor in Journalism @uoregon | Fellow @TowCenter @CardiffJomec @theRSAorg | Write @wnip @ZDNet | Host Demystifying Media podcast https://itunes.app

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