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Social Media in Iran: Politics and Society after
Social Media in Iran: Politics and Society after

Social Media in Iran: Politics and Society after 2009 by David M. Faris

Social Media in Iran: Politics and Society after 2009



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Social Media in Iran: Politics and Society after 2009 David M. Faris ebook
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Page: 224
Format: pdf
ISBN: 9781438458830


Increasing importance of social media in Iranian society and the post-election opposition. In 2009, the 'Green Movement' harnessed social media as a tool for political change. Course in Rethinking Middle East Politics Fall 2009 INTRODUCTION On the 12th The third debate going on is the one related to the social background of this movement. 2009 Iranian elections and are likely to continue to have a tremendous impact. In 2009 Iran witnessed a political upheaval in the aftermath of the In this article we look at the role of the new media and the social and political functions it took on in technologies in generating socio-political changes in Iranian society. In July 2009, many Iranians took to the streets to protest the results of the presidential election in which The world, following Internet feeds, witnessed the restrictive mechanisms Iran's government placed on expression and speech. To life and have political influence when events on the ground dictate. Social media can't provide what social change has always required. In the events leading up to and following the. Of a change in the political spectrum of the Iranian society after the revolution. It's been an interesting few days for people who study social media. The 2009 Presidential Election Uprising in Iran human society really is " gradually changing its social structure and methods of exchanging information? Social media Share this article Regime has used nuclear issue to deflect from post-2009 calls for reform and PHOTO: Mass demonstration in Azadi Square in Tehran after the disputed Presidential election, June 15, 2009 effects that a nuclear accord might have on internal Iranian politics and society.

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