Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Iraqi Attitudes, News Sources Explored at First Monday Forum


Image from entry: Iraqi women using a mobile phone to take their photo. (BBG.gov)

(27 June 2016). Two experts on public attitudes and media behavior in Iraq will examine changes in public opinion in that country, as well as ways people in Iraq get their news at the next First Monday Forum, 11 July 2016, at American Foreign Service Association in Washington, D.C.
Analyzing these issues are Diana Turecek, Director of Audience Research at Middle East Broadcast Networks, and Mohamed Younis, senior analyst for Middle East and North Africa at the Gallup Inc. Turecek joined Middle East Broadcast Networks in February 2012, after serving nearly four years as regional research manager for Middle East and Africa at InterMedia Survey Institute.
Younis is Gallup’s expert on the Middle East and North Africa, and also serves as a senior analyst for the Gallup World Poll. His research at Gallup focuses on employment challenges in the Arab world and relations between Muslim majority and Western societies. In addition, Younis leads a Gallup initiative on advanced analytics, integrating Gallup’s findings with external data sources.
First Monday Forums are a joint project of the USC Center on Public Diplomacy, USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership and Policy, and Public Diplomacy Council. The event takes place on Monday, 11 July 2016 at 12 noon, at AFSA headquarters, 2101 E Street NW, Washington DC (Foggy Bottom metro). Sandwiches and refreshments will be served.
The event is free, but advance registrations by e-mail are required: FirstMondayForum.RSVP@gmail.com.
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