Small Media, Big Revolution: Communication, Culture, and the Iranian Revolution

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U of Minnesota Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Social Science - 225 pages
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Professors of communications in England, the authors (Questioning the Media, Sage Pub., 1990) argue that the Iranian Revolution presented a new Third World revolutionary model that was populist, urban ... Read full review

Contents

Mighty Media Big States and Modernization Big Identity Crises
3
Small Media and Revolutionary Change A New Model
19
Media and the State in Iranian History
43
Dependent Development and the Rise of Television
59
Oppositions Secular and Religious
79
Cultural Criticism Secular and Religious
95
Language Authority and Ideology
105
The Heavy Artillery Small Media for a Big Revolution
119
The Islamic Republic and the Process of Islamicization
163
A New Cultural Atmosphere
181
The Importance of the Iran Experience
189
Notes
195
Glossary of Persian and Arabic Terms
197
Bibliography
201
Index
213
Copyright

A Communicationbased Narrative of the Revolution
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