Volume 4, Issue 2

 

ارسال های اخیر

  • Slacktivism: A Critical Evaluation 

    Zohouri, Mostafa؛ Darvishi, Morteza؛ Sarfi, Majid (University of Tehran on behalf of the "Cyberspace Research Policy Center" and the "UNESCO Chair on Cyberspace and Culture: Dual Spacization of the World", 2020-07-01)
    We are currently the beneficiaries of the aspirations of our predecessors, who ardently pursued ideals such as safety, access to quality medical care, social justice, and an effective life. Significantly, and particularly ...

  • Chatbots, Counselling, and Discontents of the Digital Life 

    Nosrati, Shaghayegh؛ Sabzali, Maryam؛ Heidari, Ako؛ Sarfi, Tahere؛ Sabbar, Sina (University of Tehran on behalf of the "Cyberspace Research Policy Center" and the "UNESCO Chair on Cyberspace and Culture: Dual Spacization of the World", 2020-07-01)
    Since its inception in the late 1960s and especially following its commercialization in the mid-1990s, the Internet has experienced exponential growth. As artificial intelligence (AI) has surpassed previously inconceivable ...

  • Investigating the mediating role of social support in the relationship between addiction to social network, media literacy and emotional intelligence 

    Eskandari, Hossein؛ Baratzadeh Ghahramanloo, Nasrin (University of Tehran on behalf of the "Cyberspace Research Policy Center" and the "UNESCO Chair on Cyberspace and Culture: Dual Spacization of the World", 2020-07-01)
    This research aims to provide a theoretical model to explain addiction to social network using media literacy and emotional intelligence as independent variables and social support as the mediator. The study population ...

  • Futures of Iranian Children and Teenagers Engagement in Cyberspace 

    Marzban, Ehsan؛ Rezayan, Ahad (University of Tehran on behalf of the "Cyberspace Research Policy Center" and the "UNESCO Chair on Cyberspace and Culture: Dual Spacization of the World", 2020-07-01)
    This study seeks to identify and describe believable and probable scenarios about the future engagement of children in cyberspace from the perspective of futures studies. Children's and adolescents' access to the Internet ...

  • To Wear or Not to Wear the Hijab Online (A Study of the Identity Performances of Muslim Canadian Women on Facebook) 

    Mohammadi, Fatemeh (University of Tehran on behalf of the "Cyberspace Research Policy Center" and the "UNESCO Chair on Cyberspace and Culture: Dual Spacization of the World", 2020-07-01)
    This paper looks at how Muslim women with an Iranian background and now living in Canada perform their identity through wearing the hijab. This was achieved by observing the behavior of six members of this community on ...