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A collection of peer-reviewed journals, magazines, reports, monographs, conference proceedings and government documents. Topics covered include biology, chemistry, engineering, physics, psychology, religion, & theology and more.
The article discusses how a battle over Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and gay rights is changing a culture war in the state and across America, and it mentions Indiana's Republican Governor Mike Pence and same-sex marriage laws. Topics discussed include the legal rights of LGBT people, social conservatism in the U.S., and whether religious freedom laws give businesses the right to discriminate against gay people. The article also discusses the impact of social issues on Republican presidential candidate political platforms.
The article focuses on the uprising in Egypt in 2011 and how it has been described as a social media revolution. The author analyzes how politics are sustained by media technology, explores how media can reach across local, national, and global boundaries, and describes how the shifting spatialities of different media can impact government. She discusses how Internet websites Facebook, Twitter, and Google impacted the revolution in Egypt. Concepts of globalization, freedom of expression, and political control are also discussed.