Readership: Scholarly and professional, would also be appropriate as supplemental reading for courses in islamic media studies.
Philip N. Howard, Associate Professor of Communication, University of Washington
Philip N. Howard is an Associate Professor of Communication at the University of Washington. His previous authored book, New Media Campaigns and the Managed Citizen (Cambridge, 2006), won the American Sociological Association's Communication Technology and Society Section Best Book Award and the International Communication Association's Outstanding Book Award.
Prologue: Revolution in the Middle East Will be Digitized
Introduction: Political Communication and Contemporary Muslim Media Systems
1.: Evolution and Revolution, Transition and Entrenchment
2.: Lineages of the Digital State
3.: Political Parties Online
4.: New Media & Journalism Online
5.: Civil Society and Systems of Political Communication
6.: Censorship and the Politics of Cultural Production
Conclusion: Information Technology and Democratic Islam