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Women's entrepreneurship and social media: the two hottest trends at Arabnet ... - Wamda

Women's entrepreneurship and social media: the two hottest trends at Arabnet ... - Wamda | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
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The Role of Social Media in Arab Women's - Lemag

The Role of Social Media in Arab Women's - Lemag | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
The Arab Social Media Report,published by the Dubai School of Government examines the role of social media such as Facebook,YouTube and Twitter in the Arab Spring, in regards to the role and status of Arab women in society.
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Organizing a Revolution: Egyptian Crisis Management and Social ...

Organizing a Revolution: Egyptian Crisis Management and Social ... | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
The Egyptian revolution of 2011 became infamous for its use of social media. Images of young Egyptian tweeting revolutionary messages and images have become the poster children of the 'Facebook' Arab Spring.
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Social media in Africa

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Such social media platforms have been used to bring political changes such as the recent Arab Spring (Tunisia, Libya and Egypt). Social media platforms have been of tremendous support to those in marketing ...
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Bahrain Propaganda 101 - Enduring America

Bahrain Propaganda 101 - Enduring America | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
"The public has come to rely on Twitter and other social networking websites for news and updates because it's convenient, fast and reachable," said society cultural committee head Ebtisam Al Jamea. "Twitter is now a means of media, not just ...
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Four Burning Questions with Sahar Khamis, expert on Arab and ...

Four Burning Questions with Sahar Khamis, expert on Arab and ... | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Your presentation at McGill will address the role of youth and women's leadership during the Arab Spring in Egypt. According to you, what distinguishes their particular uses of media in order to effect social and political ...
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Egyptian Chronicles: Social Media Politics : MB e-Committees

Egyptian Chronicles: Social Media Politics : MB e-Committees | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Before and during January 25 revolution Egyptian social media users especially on twitter and Facebook knew very well that the NDP had what we called “e-committee” and now in the new era of the Muslim brotherhood the e-committee is back even in...
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How the Middle East uses social media, in four charts - Blog CY.SEND

How the Middle East uses social media, in four charts - Blog CY.SEND | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
During the Arab Spring uprisings of 2011, social media was celebrated as a tool for political discourse and democracy building in the Middle East. ... Young More Likely to Use Social Networking.
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Uprising in the Middle East and the Role of Social Media « Fakiha ...

Uprising in the Middle East and the Role of Social Media « Fakiha ... | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Interactive social networking websites have gained power which eventually enabled the people to trigger a disciplined protest, moreover, Persian versions of Twitter and Facebook were introduced to facilitate the people”.
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The Uneven Dimension of Arab iRevolution « Fakiha Hassan Rizvi

The Uneven Dimension of Arab iRevolution « Fakiha Hassan Rizvi | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
... populated land of Middle East for the past 41 years.
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Social Media Dictatorship | Tick Content Blog

Social Media Dictatorship | Tick Content Blog | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
The role social media played in the Arab Spring revolutions of 2010 and 2011 has been well-documented. But questions are already being asked about (and, in the case of Egypt, demonstrations are being held in relation to) ...
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629, Youth Programming in the Arab States/MENA ... - Octavio Islas

629, Youth Programming in the Arab States/MENA ... - Octavio Islas | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
The Drum Beat – 629 – Youth Programming in the Arab States/MENA Region THIS ISSUE INCLUDES: YOUTH ACTIVISM & CIVIC ENGAGEMENT: Social Media Activism, Leadership Academy MEASURING YOUTH PARTICIPATION: Why Participation?
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5 Social Media Predictions for 2013… | Tick Content Blog

5 Social Media Predictions for 2013… | Tick Content Blog | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
TweetEmail TweetEmail Well, it's that time of the year again folks, when social media psychics such as ourselves put on our headscarves, (headphones) invite you into our tent of wonders (warehouse loft spaces) and gaze ...
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Discussion: Libyan Media Influx in a Chaotic Country - Tripoli Post

Discussion: Libyan Media Influx in a Chaotic Country - Tripoli Post | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Discussion: Libyan Media Influx in a Chaotic Country
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Most Libyans do not use the social media. They use facebook and ...
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The revolution, back in black - Aljazeera.com

The revolution, back in black - Aljazeera.com | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Aljazeera.com The revolution, back in black Aljazeera.com The seemingly sudden reemergence of black among Egypt's remaining revolutionaries, specifically the visual markers of the black bloc - which despite being described as a group by the media...
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Social media aided but didn't cause Arab Spring, study finds

Social media aided but didn't cause Arab Spring, study finds | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Social psychological research led by Murdoch University has concluded that social media accelerated but did not cause the Arab Spring uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt. ...
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U.S. Army makes 2013 social media predictions - Milblogging.com ...

U.S. Army makes 2013 social media predictions - Milblogging.com ... | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
According to a 2012 Pew Study, 40 percent of cell phone owners use a social networking site on their phone. This percentage is sure to rise in 2013. "Social media platforms break out" Be prepared for several social media ...
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Ask the Experts: Social Media and Conflict Prevention

Ask the Experts: Social Media and Conflict Prevention | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Fostering interethnic dialogue: In Iraq, there is a very solid conflict resolution curriculum underpinning the SalamShabab.com (Peace Youth) online youth network, TV program, and Facebook group of about thirty thousand active users—with research...
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Arab Bloggers Still Face Harassment, Persecution - Al-Monitor

Arab Bloggers Still Face Harassment, Persecution - Al-Monitor | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Arab Bloggers Still Face Harassment, Persecution
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The title of the report was "One Social Network With A Rebellious Message” and has a special chapter on blogging. ...
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Muftah » Women, Cyberactivism, & the Arab Spring

Muftah » Women, Cyberactivism, & the Arab Spring | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
This paper introduces several of the key figures leading the revolutionary convulsions in Egypt, Tunisia, Bahrain, and Yemen and explores how young women used social media and cyberactivism to help shape the “Arab Spring” and its aftermath.
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Arab Spring into Islamist Winter: Implications for US Policy - Heritage.org

Arab Spring into Islamist Winter: Implications for US Policy Heritage.org The wave of popular uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East that shook the region's autocratic regimes in 2011 and 2012 gave rise to an unjustified euphoria in many...
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Pitched Battles: The Role Of Ultra Soccer Fans In The Arab Spring – Analysis - Eurasia Review

Pitched Battles: The Role Of Ultra Soccer Fans In The Arab Spring – Analysis - Eurasia Review | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Pitched Battles: The Role Of Ultra Soccer Fans In The Arab Spring – Analysis Eurasia Review As in many countries, Middle Eastern ultras are composed largely of young working- class men who embrace a culture of confrontation—against opposing teams,...
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Does Social Media Create (or Destroy) Social Capital ...

Does Social Media Create (or Destroy) Social Capital ... | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Indeed the roles of social media as a cheap and effective checks-and-balances tool and its roles in mobilizing whole societies, as in the Arab Spring, have been proven. As the numbers ...
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Survey: Arab Internet users most politically outspoken worldwide | Al ...

Survey: Arab Internet users most politically outspoken worldwide | Al ... | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Arab users of social media are the most politically vocal on social networks worldwide, despite less access to the Internet, American think tank the Pew Research Center revealed Wednesday. A survey of 20 ...
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Starving for Recognition: The Plight of Palestinian Political Prisoners - Truth-Out

Starving for Recognition: The Plight of Palestinian Political Prisoners - Truth-Out | Arab social networks | Scoop.it
Starving for Recognition: The Plight of Palestinian Political PrisonersTruth-OutKhaled Waleed, operations coordinator for the UFree Network, which advocates in the European Union for Palestinian political prisoners, believes media coverage isn't...
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