Iranian cam show
you must admit it's quite brave to be 'out' in such a public way.”Will “Shahs” reception by American viewers ultimately be much different from that of other reality shows?Probably not.“The show is an evolution of the Iranian-American into truly being American,” says Tehran So Parvaz, a 26-year old comedian and entertainer from Washington, DC."The show ...The ability of Canadian officials to provide consular assistance is extremely limited.Canadians in Iran may be closely watched by Iranian authorities.Probably not.“I'll watch one episode out of curiosity,” says Azita Mashayekhi, who moved to the United States at age 18 after Iran's 1979 revolution and works at a Washington-based non-profit.
Some Iranian-Americans are advocating a boycott of “Shahs” as they think showcasing the lives of Iranian-American socialites who flaunt their status as part of the country's moneyed “one per cent,” will merely worsen public views of the Iranian-American community, especially as the rest of the United States is still painstakingly climbing out of an economic recession.“The people taking part in this show are a small percentage of our community and nothing like the rest of us.
Seemingly innocuous behaviours, such as the use of cameras in public places, travel beyond well-established tourist attractions or casual interactions with Iranian friends, may be misinterpreted and may lead to investigation.
Canadians, particularly dual Canadian-Iranian citizens, may be arbitrarily questioned, arrested and detained.
METHODS: A cross-sectional survey was carried out on 320 health care providers, who were selected by census method.
RESULTS:86.6% of the subjects reported that they had used at least one or more CAM. There was a significant relationship between sex and all the five factors of attitude.