s personal stories.
The blog is historically significant because it talks about Iraq in an era when the war on Iraq was still in process. That has a social dimension to it which should be taken into account. It was because of the destruction caused by the war that the blogger’s husband decided to leave for Iraq in the first place.
The blog also has political and cultural dimensions attached to it. The blogger posts entries about the politics of Iraq and comments on her take on the 2008 US elections. The cultural element comes into play when the Iraqi wife talks about the culture of Iraq and how she has felt it change over the years. In addition, the comments of the readers are also an important source of debate. They not only share their cultural experiences but in connection, carry out many other discussions on culture and politics.
The above-described blog is an entertaining device for readers and gives a look into a life of a woman who wishes to communicate her fears, concerns, anxiety, frustrations, happiness, and anger to the audience. The blog is not made for one certain cause or to inform and educate the reader in politics, history or sociology alone. Blogs and Feminism.
Neurotic Iraqi Wife, 14 Sept. 2010.Web.29 Dec.2010.<http://neurotic-iraqi-wife.blogspot.com/>
Amal Almalki, 31 Dec. 2010. Web.2 Jan.2011.< http://amalalmalki.com/>
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