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Election Fallout

Iran's Exiled Journalists on Their Struggle for Democratic Change

Schiler, H,
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The 2009 presidential elections and the surrounding events represent one of the most dramatic moments in contemporary Iranian history. The massive demonstrations over the official election results soon evolved into a broad protest movement demanding civil rights and political change, confronting the Islamic Republic with a significant crisis. When the Iranian regime responded with widespread repression, journalists were among its main targets – many were arrested, or pressurised, and some are still in prison; more than 100 have left their country in the biggest exodus of journalists since the Islamic Revolution of 1979.
In this book, 12 Iranian journalists, exiled after the election crisis, deliver poignant accounts of the events and their personal experiences during those days. In their articles they describe the agitation during the election campaign and the initial protests as well as the period of repression and arrests that followed. Others analyse the key moments of the protest movement or reflect on their life and work in exile. All authors hail from a new generation of professional journalists deeply involved in the struggle for reform and the democratisation of Iran’s Islamic Republic. Their writings not only provide records of the turbulent developments after the elections, but also attest to a political culture that cannot fail to change their country.


Titel: Election Fallout
Autoren/Herausgeber: Asieh Amini, Farnoosh Amirshahi, Arash Ghafouri, Babak Ghafouri Azar, Arash Hassan Nia, Ali Kheradpir, Fahimeh Khezr Heidari, Mariam Mirza, Mana Neyestani, Shahin Nourbakhsh, Vahid Pourostad, Reza Veisi, Mohammad R. Yazdanpanah, Marcus Michaelsen, Marcus Michaelsen (Hrsg.)
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9783899303445

Seitenzahl: 250
Format: 21 x 14 cm
Produktform: Taschenbuch/Softcover
Gewicht: 320 g
Sprache: Englisch - Newsletter
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