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Media, power, and politics in the digital age : the 2009 presidential election uprising in Iran

Author: Yahya R Kamalipour
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2010.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yahya R Kamalipour
ISBN: 9781442204157 144220415X 9781442204171 1442204176
OCLC Number: 630470351
Description: xxiv, 314 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.
Contents: The 2009 Iranian presidential election in the coverage of CNN and Al-Jazeera English websites / Mohammed el-Nawawy --
The Canadian media-framing of the 2009 Iranian presidential election / Mahmoud Eid and Aliaa Dakroury --
The 2009 Iranian presidential election in the Polish media / Tomasz Płudowski --
The portrait of Iran : how the Turkish press covered the 2009 presidential election / Banu Akdenizli --
A comparative analysis of the Egyptian and Iranian presidential elections media coverage / Rasha Allam --
The presidential election in Iran in 2009 : pre- and postelection news coverage in the German press / Christine Horz --
How the mass media defined Iran's destiny : a general overview of the role of media outlets in Iran's June 2009 presidential election / Kourosh Ziabari --
Televised presidential election debates : a brief comparative analysis of the American and Iranian debates / Negin Hosseini --
What's that I chirping I hear? : from the CNN effect to the Twitter effect / Nancy Snow --
Bullets with butterfly wings : tweets, protest networks, and the Iranian election / Ali Fisher --
Graphic content : the semiotics of a YouTube uprising / Setareh Sabety --
The role and impact of new information technology (NIT) applications in disseminating news about the recent Iran presidential election and uprisings / Mahboub Hashem and Abeer Najjar --
The role of e-diplomacy in Iranian and Xinjiang riots / Li Xiguang and Wang Jing --
Khameni's group against Khomeini followers / Madhav D. Nalaput --
Silencing Iran's Twitterati : how U.S. sanctions muzzle Iran's online opposition / Trita Parsi, David Elliott, and Patrick Disney --
Legal opinion as political action : the significance of Ayatollah Montazeri's postelection fatwa in delegitimizing the Islamic Republic of Iran / Ahmad Sadri and Mahmoud Sadri --
Televising the "velvet revolution" : show trials in the aftermath of Iran's tenth presidential election / Ibrahim Al-Marashi --
The Ramadan controversy : dilemmas in mediating between cultures through the study of Dutch and Iranian media discourses in the post-Iranian uprising / Payal Arora and Ashok Panikkar --
Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive : mutual instrumentalization of culture, cinema, and media by Iran and the United States / Hamid Naficy --
Social networking media and the revolution that wasn't : a realistic assessment of the revolutionary situation in Iran / Jonathan M. Acuff --
Are we Neda? : the Iranian women, the election, and international media / Sareh Afshar --
Symbols, signs, and slogans of the demonstrations in Iran / Elham Gheytanchi --
Friend or foe? : the challenges and tribulations of Iranian reporters working for Western media / Siavush Randjbar-Daemi --
Cyber disobedience : weapons of mass media destruction? / Michele Bach Malek.
Responsibility: edited by Yahya R. Kamalipour.
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The events surrounding the disputed reelection of Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad captured the imagination of the world and launched a global revolution in the way that information is captured and shared Read more...

 
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