Political Islam and Global Media: The boundaries of religious identity

Couverture
Noha Mellor, Khalil Rinnawi
Routledge, 10 juin 2016 - 300 pages

The development of new and social networking sites, as well as the growth of transnational Arab television, has triggered a debate about the rise in transnational political and religious identification, as individuals and groups negotiate this new triad of media, religion and culture.

This book examines the implications of new media on the rise of political Islam and on Islamic religious identity in the Arab Middle East and North Africa, as well as among Muslim Arab Diasporas. Undoubtedly, the process of globalization, especially in the field of media and ICTs, challenges the cultural and religious systems, particularly in terms of identity formation. Across the world, Arab Muslims have embraced new media not only as a source of information but also as a source of guidance and fatwas, thereby transforming Muslim practices and rituals. This volume brings together chapters from a range of specialists working in the field, presenting a variety of case studies on new media, identity formation and political Islam in Muslim communities both within and beyond the MENA region.

Offering new insight into the influence of media exposure on national, political, and cultural boundaries of the Islamic identity, this book is a valuable resource for students and scholars of Middle Eastern politics, specifically political Islam and political communication.

 

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Table des matières

List of illustrations
Introduction
Ennahdha in search of plural
The cultural
A study of the Bahraini
Between subalternity and policy
Constructing a Muslim
The online response to the Quranburning incidents
Reconstruction of virtual Islamic
The new Saudi nationalism of the new Saudi media
The dynamics of the Saudi Twitterverse
It is not enough
How Islamic is Islam Online counselling?
The case of Al Jazeera Arabic and
Index
Droits d'auteur

Identity and citizenship

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Expressions et termes fréquents

À propos de l'auteur (2016)

Noha Mellor is Professor of Media at the University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom. She has authored several books as well as journal articles about Arab media.

Khalil Rinnawi is Lecturer at the College of Management in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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