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New Book: Media and Political Contestation in the Contemporary Arab World: A Decade of Change

This book addresses the roles of various media in the shaping and active contestation of particular conflicts and political agendas in the Arab world. Interdisciplinary contributions examine the sociopolitical dynamics generated in and through media, with perspectives emerging from media studies, anthropology, religious studies, and political science. This book explores both new media and older media forms and formats including the press, satellite television, Facebook, Web 2.0 technology, posters, and music videos. Topics range across the politics of popular culture, women scholars' religious fatwas, the Palestinian visual public sphere, Hezbollah's media policy, women's presence on Arab satellite television, and the uses of Facebook in the Tunisian revolution.
 
Kutscher, Jens, Islamic Shura, Democracy, and Online Fatwas. CyberOrient, Vol. 5, Iss. 2, 2011 abstract full text
Jens Kutscher, Islamic Shura, Democracy, and Online Fatwas, CyberOrient, Vol. 5, Iss. 2, 2011
CyberOrient
Khalid Chraibi, The King, the Mufti & the Facebook Girl: A Power Play. Who Decides What is Licit in Islam?, CyberOrient, Vol. 5, Iss. 2, 2011
CyberOrient

New Book: Muslims and the New Media: Historical and Contemporary Debates

The book explores how the introduction of the latest information and communication technologies are mirroring changes and developments within society, as well as the Middle East's relationship to the West. Examining how reformist and conservative Muslim 'ulama' have discussed the printing press, photography, the broadcasting media (radio and television), the cinema, the telephone and the Internet, case studies provide a contextual background to the historical, social and cultural situations that have influenced theological discussions; focusing on how the 'ulama' have debated the 'usefulness' or 'dangers' of the information and communication media.

Information, Communication and Society's Special Issue: Religion and the Internet: Considering the online–offline connection

The peer-reviewed journal Information, Communication and Society has released its special issue Religion and the Internet: Considering the online–offline connection (Vol. 14, Issue 8, 2011). The articles are available to buy online.

Proper Internet Usage Guide for Muslims

SuhaibWebb.com, a website run by the US-born Muslim convert and scholar Suhaib Webb, has launched its "Islam and the Internet Series" that explore topics as online dawah and activism, behaviour and arguing on the Internet, pros and cons of Facebook, fatwas and seeking the Islamic knowledge online. Muslim views on these issues are presented in six articles written by various authors.
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