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Hegemony in the digital age : the Arab/Israeli conflict online / Stephen M.E. Marmura.

بواسطة:Marmura, Stephen M. E, 1965- [author].
نوع المادة : نصنصالسلاسل:Critical media studies. الناشر:Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, [2008]تاريخ حقوق النشر: copyright 2008الوصف:x, 173 pages ; 24 cm.نوع المحتوى:text نوع الوسائط: unmediated نوع الناقل:volumeردمك:9780739117729 (hbk) ; 0739117726 (hbk) .الموضوع(موضوعات):Arab-Israeli conflict -- Mass media and the conflict | World Wide Web -- Political aspects | Middle East -- Foreign relations -- United States | United States -- Foreign relations -- Middle East
المحتويات:
Introduction: Identity and Authority in the Age of Networks -- Net-Based Activism and American Mid-East Policy -- Net-Based Activism and American Mid-East Policy -- The Voice of Legitimacy: CNN.com and the Arab/Israeli Conflict -- Hate and Holy War on the WWW -- Hate and Holy War on the WWW -- Hegemony Reconsidered: The Internet, Civil Society, and Social Fragmentation.
الاستعراض: "Internet technology has arguably changed the rules by which individuals, social movements, and institutions compete for political and cultural influence in technologically advanced societies. Stephen M. E. Marmura considers this reality through reference to the concept of hegemony, looking at the ways in which diverse actors in American civil society - and beyond compete with one another while simultaneously challenging dominant sources of authority. The Arab/Israeli conflict is drawn upon as a boundary object holding direct interest to a wide range of slate aligned lobbies, broadly based social movements, and marginalized "extremist" groups, each of which hopes to a fleet the course of U.S. Middle East policy."--BOOK JACKET.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 155-168) and index.

1. Introduction: Identity and Authority in the Age of Networks -- 2. Net-Based Activism and American Mid-East Policy -- 3. Net-Based Activism and American Mid-East Policy -- 4. The Voice of Legitimacy: CNN.com and the Arab/Israeli Conflict -- 5. Hate and Holy War on the WWW -- 6. Hate and Holy War on the WWW -- 7. Hegemony Reconsidered: The Internet, Civil Society, and Social Fragmentation.

"Internet technology has arguably changed the rules by which individuals, social movements, and institutions compete for political and cultural influence in technologically advanced societies. Stephen M. E. Marmura considers this reality through reference to the concept of hegemony, looking at the ways in which diverse actors in American civil society - and beyond compete with one another while simultaneously challenging dominant sources of authority. The Arab/Israeli conflict is drawn upon as a boundary object holding direct interest to a wide range of slate aligned lobbies, broadly based social movements, and marginalized "extremist" groups, each of which hopes to a fleet the course of U.S. Middle East policy."--BOOK JACKET.

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