Blogging a Personal Window to Pleasure and Self-Therapy: A Case Study of Iranian Women Bloggers

@article{Zareie2014BloggingAP,
  title={Blogging a Personal Window to Pleasure and Self-Therapy: A Case Study of Iranian Women Bloggers},
  author={Ayoub Zareie and N. Selamat},
  journal={Asian Social Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={10},
  pages={16}
}
New media have made a broad and immense change in our contemporary society. Proliferation of new media in recent decade has provided a great deal of opportunity for people. This study intended to scrutinise the meaning of blogging among the Iranian women bloggers. By applying Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) as a research strategy, 11 Iranian women bloggers were selected for in-depth interviews. The findings of the study show that different bloggers gave different meaning to their… Expand
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