© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/156853109X415327 Asian Journal of Social Science 37 (2009) 189–191 brill.nl/ajss Media and Society in Iran Hamid Abdollahyan Department of Communications, University of Tehran, Iran Mohammad Reza Javadi Yeganeh Department of Sociology, University of Tehran, Iran Th is special edition of Th e Asian Journal of Social Sciences presents the think- ing of a number of contemporary Iranian scholars on issues mostly related to media and religion, and on current thoughts surrounding contemporary socio-economic issues in Iran. Th e papers reﬂ ect a thorough overview of aca- demic works in the disciplines of social sciences, including communication, sociology and anthropology. Th ese types of analyses are absent in the west and/or in many other societies where they are being aﬀ ected by ill-treated analyses on contemporary Iran. Hamid Abdollahyan and Mohammad Reza Javadi Yeganeh from the University of Tehran are the Journal’s consulting edi- tors for this special issue. Th eir insights in compiling the papers and working through all stages with us helped us to oﬀ er an overall insight into contempo- rary Iran, and the papers that are included were selected after a thorough peer review process. Th e ﬁ
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