Arseh Sevom Civil Society Zine: Issue 1

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Linda Herrera shows how Facebook was used to spread images that led to full-scale demonstrations that ousted long-time, entrenched leaders. Historian Avery Oslo offers a peek at eco-activists in the UK. Babak Rahimi and Elham Gheytanchi examine the roots of digital activism in Iran. Ladan Boroumand provides some background on the role of civil society organizations in the campaigning for the 2009 presidential elections in Iran. From Nazila Fathi, we get a reminder of those first, heady days of demonstrations, just after the 2009 election results were announced. Donya Alinejad challenges both the hype and the disimisal of Facebook and Twitter. Mana Mostatabi asks hard questions about clicktivism. Christina Ashtary demonstrates that it is possible to create social capital even online, and Hamid Tehrani challenges activists to think creatively. Finally, Eric Asp muses on building a network by sending congregants out of the church to do service.
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Arseh Sevom
September 27, 2011
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