Arseh Sevom's Call for Articles and Posts: "Networks, Networking, and Change: Traditional, Social, Digital"
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Universities, churches and mosques, cafes, squats and upstart art spaces have all been incubators for social movements. Can virtual meeting places join those physical meeting places as breeding places for social change? Have they already?
There is so much to learn about how networks function and work together, which is why Arseh Sevom has chosen the topic: "Networks, Networking, and Change: Traditional, Social, Digital,” for its first online magazine.
Arseh Sevom is an organization dedicated to strengthening civil society in Iran and related communities. We are asking academics, journalists, bloggers, activists, and others to contribute thought-provoking pieces. Our first topic is: "Networks, Networking, and Change: Traditional, Social, Digital."
The idea of this journal is to create discussion. This will be a good place to explore and share ideas, discuss ongoing research and analysis, and engage the public.
This is not meant as an academic journal, but we welcome (with open arms) ideas and research shared in academic papers with the caveat that they be rewritten for a more general audience. Posts and articles can be submitted in Persian and English.
For more information please contact Tori Egherman at firstname.lastname@example.org or check our site: http://bit.ly/fCMjI9.
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