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Social Media in Iran

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Social Media in Iran
Social Media in Iran by David M. Faris
English | 1 Dec. 2015 | ISBN: 1438458835 | 334 Pages | PDF | 4.76 MB




Social Media in Iran is the first book to tell the complex story of how and why the Iranian people-including women, homosexuals, dissidents, artists, and even state actors-use social media technology, and in doing so create a contentious environment wherein new identities and realities are constructed. Drawing together emerging and established scholars in communication, culture, and media studies, this volume considers the role of social media in Iranian society, particularly the time during and after the controversial 2009 presidential election, a watershed moment in the postrevolutionary history of Iran. While regional specialists may find studies on specific themes useful, the aim of this volume is to provide broad narratives of actor-based conceptions of media technology, an approach that focuses on the experiential and social networking processes of digital practices in the information era extended beyond cultural specificities. Students and scholars of regional and media studies will find this volume rich with empirical and theoretical insights on the subject of how technologies shape political and everyday life.

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