Mobile Sunna: Islam, small media and community in Niger

@article{Sounaye2014MobileSI,
  title={Mobile Sunna: Islam, small media and community in Niger},
  author={Abdoulaye Sounaye},
  journal={Social Compass},
  year={2014},
  volume={61},
  pages={21 - 29}
}
In Niger, Izala is a well established Islamic reform movement that is known for its strategic use of small media. The author investigates how these media are produced and circulated during the Wa’zin kasa, a three-day international preaching rally, and how they play an active role in popularizing Izala’s discourses and practices and in shaping a moral community. The author illustrates that the mobility of these small media has instigated a media dynamic that has transformed the mediascape in… Expand
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