Asian Journal of Social Science 37 (2009) 183–187 brill.nl/ajss © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/156853109X415318 List of Contributors Hamid Abdollahyan is Associate Professor of Communication at the Depart- ment of Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran. His research interests include new media and cultural diﬀ er- ences, media and public sphere, cultural studies and generations’ gap, con- sumer culture and automobile industry, research methods and communications studies, comparative dimensions of Sociology, communication and history. His writings have appeared as a book titled Conceptualization of Reality in Historical Sociology; Narrating Absentee-Landlordism in Iran (2004) . He also has published a number of articles in Journals such as Alternate Routes, Cri- tique; Critical Middle Eastern Studies, WeltTrends, Iranian Social Science Letter (Nameye Oloume Ejtemaii), Communication and Culture, Global Media Jour- nal , and in Women’s Studies . He has done extensive research on generation gap in Iran and his latest research report came out in spring 2005, spring 2006 and spring 2007. He is currently working on the theoretical dimensions of inter- net and pathology. In addition, he is working on his joint book with Dennis Bartels on Comparative Perspectives in Sociology, Anthropology and
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