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The Middle East and Media Oriented Analytic Critical Islam from a Post-Colonial Point of View
Mohammad Taghi Ghezelsofla
Department of Political Science,Mazandaran University, Baboolsar, Iran
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Today we are living in the world filled with media, media codes and great crises simultaneously. It can be claimed that many arenas of our life-world are the creation of signs system and accordingly it can set the stage for crisis and the continuation of crises. It seems that if we make this connection especially with respect to the Islamic world in the chaotic region of the Middle East and the West after the September 11 attacks, the significance of the subject will be more obvious. In recent years post-colonial studies, have opened new horizons for researchers regarding media practice. In the present essay by using post-colonial theory the question has been proposed of who and under which conditions are engaging in the creation of discourse of truth instead of the Muslim world? The assumption of this article is that the main part of the Western domination [hegemony] in the cultural realm has been shaped by the media system. Based on evidences and issues of these recent years in the Islamic world (the Middle East), the present essay shows how the function of "media virtualization and truth making" speaks on behalf of the reality of the Islamic civilization. In this essay the descriptive and analytical method has been used and the viewpoints of post-colonial thinkers have been utilized.
 
Keywords: Political Islam, The West, Post-colonialism, Media, Edward Said
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Political geography
Received: 2017/07/31 | Accepted: 2018/03/29 | Published: 2018/06/18
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Ghezelsofla M T. The Middle East and Media Oriented Analytic Critical Islam from a Post-Colonial Point of View. geores. 2018; 33 (1) :65-76
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