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EXILE 2.0. An analysis of Afrah Nasser’s blog authorship


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Title: EXILE 2.0. An analysis of Afrah Nasser’s blog authorship
Authors: Bartram, Lorna
Issue Date: 9-Jun-2015
Degree: Student essay
Series/Report no.: SPL kandidatuppsats i arabiska
SPL 2015-006
Keywords: arabiska
blogging
exile
Yemen
connected migrant
Abstract: The thesis analyses how blogging in the Arabic blogosphere conditions political authorship in exile and how new digital media technologies create novel forms of presence at a distance. This purpose is fulfilled by an in-depth analysis of the works by Yemeni blogger Afrah Nasser. The thesis relies on media theory in relation to the blog as a medium and the sociological concept of “connected migrant” to understand the literary genre of exile literature in the context of the blogosphere. The c... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/39294
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