Ali Honari: Social movements and collective actions in Iran Past

Monday, Jan 11, 2016 ,
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
- Amsterdam, Netherlands

People's University presents
Ali Honari, holds an MA in Sociology in the Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences at the Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS) at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands He is currently pursuing a PhD in the Faculty of Social Sciences at VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The title of his dissertation is: “Iran’s Green Movement between two elections (2009-2013): The dynamics of off- and online protest participation under repression”. His research interests include Social movements, protest participation, repression, data mining and online social networks in particular the Iranian online social networks. He recently authored a book chapter entitled “From virtual to tangible social movements in Iran” for the civil society in Syria and Iran: Activism in authoritarian contexts, Lynne Rinner, 2013.

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