Introduction: Poverty and the Gap Today
Who are the Poor in Egypt?
What is Subjective Poverty?
Living conditions of the Poor in Egypt
Background Info: Egypt from 1971 until 21st Century
Factors Affecting the Gap
The Emergency Law Since 1981
Corruption: Ideological History
Egyptian Media and its Role
Lift the Debt: Corruptive Foreign Aid?
IMF and World Bank: Hidden agendas?
21st Century Egypt: What's Been Done Today?
Governmental efforts and National Policies
HIESCS 1995/96 vs. 1999/2000
Anti-Human Rights and Corruption
Today: Comparative Poverty and Corruption Study
How is Poverty Measured?
Media Analysis: Since 1971
Cinema: The Depiction of Poverty and Corruption in Egyptian Movies
The Egyptian Media Mafia: National Media Coverage of Poverty and Corruption
Mass Communication and Advertising Theories
The Spiral of Silence
Public Opinion Formation: Walter Lippman
Mcguire's Information Processing Theory
Social Learning Theory
Theory of Cognitive Dissonance
Hieder's Balance Theory: The Person, the Other and the Topic
The Knowledge / Technology Gap Theory
Subjective Poverty, Corruption Perceptions and Human Rights Awareness Questionnaire
Focus Group Discussions
Some References that will be used:
'Why Doesn't Capitalism Flow to Poor Countries?'
'Corruption, Causes, Consequences, and Agenda for Further Research'
'Governance and Anti-Corruption Reforms in Developing Countries: Policies,
Evidence and Ways Forward'
'The Epidemics of Corruption: Social Networks'
'Art and Modern Art: Reflection on Being Human'
'A Culture of Corruption: Everyday Deception and Popular Discontent in Nigeria'
'The New World Order: An Overview'
'The economics of repeated extortion'
'The Structural Dynamics of Corruption: Artificial Society Approach'