Negin Nabavi. Readership, the Press and the Public Sphere in the First Constitutional Era

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Bianca Devos, « Negin Nabavi. Readership, the Press and the Public Sphere in the First Constitutional Era », Abstracta Iranica, ID : 10.4000/abstractairanica.40776


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This article outlines changes in the journalistic culture of the constitutional press by comparing the then most influential and popular newspapers: Ḥabl al-Matīn, Ṣūr-e Esrafīl, Musāvāt and Tarbiyat (the last published by Ḏukā al-Mulk from 1896 till 1907, when he decided to cease publication since the times had changed). Besides the relatively moderate background of the editors of new newspapers, the most noteworthy transformation of the constitutional newspapers was their relation to the re...

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