Book Chapters

Singer, C. Steemers, J. and Sakr, N. (forthcoming) ‘Whither “Integration”? Children’s Television and the Arab Diaspora in Germany’. In M. Alkazemi and C. Youakim (eds) The Arab Diaspora: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Lexington Books.

Steemers, J. and Sakr, N. (2020, forthcoming) ‘Children’s Television in an Era of Digital Distribution: European and Arab Responses’. In C. Brannon Donoghue, T. Havens and P. McDonald (eds) Media Distribution in the Digital Age, New York: NYU Press. 

Steemers J. (2019). ‘Invisible children: Inequalities in the Provision of Screen Content for Children’. In J. Trappel, (ed.), Digital media inequalities: Policies against divides, distrust and discrimination  (pp. 177-190). Goteborg: Nordicom.

Sakr, N., Steemers, J. and Singer, C. (2018). ‘Children’s Screen Content in an Era of Forced Migration: Missing Voices, Diversity, and Questions of Ethics’. In T. Langan and F. Taffinder (ed.), Children’s Media Yearbook 2018  (pp. 43-46). London: Children’s Media Foundation.

Steemers, J. (2016). ‘The Context of Localisation: Children’s Television in Western Europe and the Arab-speaking World’. In: A. Esser (ed.), Media across Borders: The Localisation of Audiovisual Content. Abingdon: Routledge, 53-61.

Steemers, J. (2016). ‘Formats and Localisation in the Children’s Audiovisual Sector’. In: K. Aveyard, P. Jensen and A. Moran (eds). New Patterns in Global Television Formats. London: Intellect, 157-170.

Sakr, N. and Steemers, J. (2015). ‘Co-Producing Content for Pan-Arab Children’s TV: State, Business, and the Workplace’. In: V. Mayer, B. Conor and M. Bank (eds), Production Studies, The Sequel! Cultural Studies of Global Media Industries. Abingdon: Routledge, 238-50.