عنوان مقاله [English]
“The Making of Exile Cultures” book that we will discuss here was published by the University of Minnesota Press. This research is a case study, a detailed and ethnographic study of television programs that are produced for immigrant Iranians and seen by the same individuals.
This study examines how television seeks to help immigrants and expatriates in exile by engaging the interplay between the new and the old identity, individualism and traditionalism, and the fetishism of the lost motherland and acceptance of US consumerism. To transform exile into ethnicity and liminality into integration in the host community.
This book deals with a variety of cultural studies, including television study, globalization analysis, cosmopolitanism, and multiculturalism. Naficy, By studying ethnography among immigrant and resident Iranians in Los Angeles, has found that television among them has become a part of public and private practice. And like a qiblah or temple that shows the sacred symbols of the motherland.