In addition to numerous papers presented at symposia and roundtables (listed under Research Outputs in Section 9 of the Research Report), the research team have published the following:

Naomi Sakr (2018, forthcoming) ‘Smarter, stronger, kinder’: Interests at stake in the remake of Iftah ya Simsim for Gulf children. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 11.

Jeanette Steemers and Naomi Sakr (eds, 2017) Children’s TV and Digital Media in the Arab World: Childhood, Screen Culture and Education. London: IB Tauris.

Naomi Sakr (2017) ‘Provision, protection or participation? Approaches to regulating children’s television in Arab countries‘. Media International Australia 163: 1, 31-41.

Naomi Sakr (2016) ‘Children’s access to beneficial information in Arab states: Implementation of Article 17 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Egypt, Morocco and the United Arab Emirates‘. Global Studies of Childhood, 1-12.

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

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