Digital ethnography, resistance art and communication media in Iran
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Iranian visual materials relating to the presidential election crisis have the potential to become the sites of analysis and debate for fields as diverse as history, visual history, memory and post-memory, or trauma studies. References to memory are now omnipresent in scholarly discourse and in a wider public debate: ”social memory’, “collective remembrance”, “national memory”, “public memory”, “counter memory”, “popular history making” and “lived history” jostle for attention.
Khosronejad , P 2013 , ' Digital ethnography, resistance art and communication media in Iran ' International Journal of Communication , vol. 7 , pp. 1298–1315 .
International Journal of Communication
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