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Kotowski, C: Revolution der Neuen Medien? Faceb...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 12.12.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Revolution der Neuen Medien? Facebook, Twitter & Co. während des politischen Umbruchs in Tunesien 2011, Auflage: 1. Auflage von 2013 // 1. Auflage, Autor: Kotowski, Christoph, Verlag: GRIN Publishing, Sprache: Deutsch, Rubrik: Medienwissenschaften // Sonstiges, Seiten: 24, Gewicht: 52 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Revolution per Facebook. Das Social Network als...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 24.06.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Revolution per Facebook. Das Social Network als Instrument des Netzaktivismus, Auflage: 1. Auflage von 2013 // 1. Auflage, Autor: Bergmaier, Katharina // Sopko, Martin // Wegmann, Carina, Verlag: Science Factory // ScienceFactory, Sprache: Deutsch, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 184, Gewicht: 268 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Social Media During the Egyptian Revolution: A ...
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With the fall of the regimes in Tunisia and Egypt the term Facebook Revolution was coined depicting the world s most popular social media platform as a condition sine qua non for the Arab revolutions. Moving on from the extreme positions of cyber-utopians and pessimists, this study identifies and analyses mechanisms of use and potential intermediary effects of social media in connection with other driving factors of mass demonstrations that led to the fall of the Mubarak regime in early 2011. Semi-structured focus interviews were carried out with social media activists in Cairo between November 20th and 24th, 2011. The qualitative content analysis of eight interviews allowed for the identification of relevant categories and sub-categories as well as possible connections between them. Additionally, a thorough analysis of the Egyptian socio-economic, political and media system in the years leading up to the revolution provides the basis for valuable and contextual conclusions. Among the key findings is the accelerating effect of social media in mobilizing the Egyptian population to take part in mass demonstrations. Whereas the organizational function is limited to online network effects rather than facilitating the coordination of protesters on the ground, a significant impact of social media on the perception of a collective identity and threshold levels relevant for individual protest behavior was identified through this research. Moreover, the findings implicate a mutual dependency between new social media and traditional mass media.

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Social Media During the Egyptian Revolution: A ...
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With the fall of the regimes in Tunisia and Egypt the term Facebook Revolution was coined depicting the world s most popular social media platform as a condition sine qua non for the Arab revolutions. Moving on from the extreme positions of cyber-utopians and pessimists, this study identifies and analyses mechanisms of use and potential intermediary effects of social media in connection with other driving factors of mass demonstrations that led to the fall of the Mubarak regime in early 2011. Semi-structured focus interviews were carried out with social media activists in Cairo between November 20th and 24th, 2011. The qualitative content analysis of eight interviews allowed for the identification of relevant categories and sub-categories as well as possible connections between them. Additionally, a thorough analysis of the Egyptian socio-economic, political and media system in the years leading up to the revolution provides the basis for valuable and contextual conclusions. Among the key findings is the accelerating effect of social media in mobilizing the Egyptian population to take part in mass demonstrations. Whereas the organizational function is limited to online network effects rather than facilitating the coordination of protesters on the ground, a significant impact of social media on the perception of a collective identity and threshold levels relevant for individual protest behavior was identified through this research. Moreover, the findings implicate a mutual dependency between new social media and traditional mass media.

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The Internet Age
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Print and Electronic Journalism in the Internet Age.(Impact of Egyptian revolution on its E-NEWS audience as the movement took flame from Facebook) The study will discuss in detail the trust level of people on media where the media is controlled by state. The study will evaluate role of Print and Electronic Journalism in the era of Internet. It will be seen what impact has been made by Egyptian revolution on E-News audience on the Internet and use of Facebook and twitter for coordination, exchange of information and execution of revolution by the general public. The study will take into account situation in other countries like China and Iran etc where media is controlled by state. The study will make an endeavour to reply queries associated with the subj.

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The Internet Age
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Print and Electronic Journalism in the Internet Age.(Impact of Egyptian revolution on its E-NEWS audience as the movement took flame from Facebook) The study will discuss in detail the trust level of people on media where the media is controlled by state. The study will evaluate role of Print and Electronic Journalism in the era of Internet. It will be seen what impact has been made by Egyptian revolution on E-News audience on the Internet and use of Facebook and twitter for coordination, exchange of information and execution of revolution by the general public. The study will take into account situation in other countries like China and Iran etc where media is controlled by state. The study will make an endeavour to reply queries associated with the subj.

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Der Arabische Frühling in Ägypten
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"THANK GOD. THANKS TO ALL THOSE WHO DIED FOR US TO LIVE IN FREEDOM. THANKS TO ALL EGYPTIANS WHO SLEPT ROUGH IN TAHRIR, ALEXANDRIA AND EVERYWHERE. THANK YOU ALL ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR SUPPORT & YOUR AMAZING GREATNESS & HELP. THANK YOU TUNISIA. WE ARE ALL EGYPTIANS. YOU ARE ALL EGYPTIANS. WE ARE ALL KHALED SAID." Diese Worte waren kurz nach dem angekündigten Rücktritt Mubaraks auf Facebook zu lesen. Sie stellten das Ende einer 18-tägigen Revolution dar. Dieses Buch zeigt auf, wie es dazu kam, zeigt den Verlauf der Revolution und analysiert die wichtige Rolle des Internets. Durch zahlreiche Zitate aus Facebook, Twitter und anderen Internetseiten und einige Anekdoten fühlt man sich in die Zeiten der Revolution auf den Tahrir-Platz versetzt und hört die Menschenmassen förmlich singen: Fe kol shera Fe belady sot el horeya beynady...

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Der Arabische Frühling in Ägypten
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"THANK GOD. THANKS TO ALL THOSE WHO DIED FOR US TO LIVE IN FREEDOM. THANKS TO ALL EGYPTIANS WHO SLEPT ROUGH IN TAHRIR, ALEXANDRIA AND EVERYWHERE. THANK YOU ALL ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR SUPPORT & YOUR AMAZING GREATNESS & HELP. THANK YOU TUNISIA. WE ARE ALL EGYPTIANS. YOU ARE ALL EGYPTIANS. WE ARE ALL KHALED SAID." Diese Worte waren kurz nach dem angekündigten Rücktritt Mubaraks auf Facebook zu lesen. Sie stellten das Ende einer 18-tägigen Revolution dar. Dieses Buch zeigt auf, wie es dazu kam, zeigt den Verlauf der Revolution und analysiert die wichtige Rolle des Internets. Durch zahlreiche Zitate aus Facebook, Twitter und anderen Internetseiten und einige Anekdoten fühlt man sich in die Zeiten der Revolution auf den Tahrir-Platz versetzt und hört die Menschenmassen förmlich singen: Fe kol shera Fe belady sot el horeya beynady...

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The Social Network (Single Disc)
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You don’t get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies. Facebook is perhaps the most well-known and well-used social networking site of the Digital Age, everyone knows it, many love it, but not so many know the true story of how it came to be. Back in 2003 a young computer programmer and Harvard Undergrad had an idea, what he didn’t know yet was how big his idea had the potential to be. Mark Zuckerberg’s blogging and networking quickly became a global phenomenon and a revolution in modern communication. Mark goes on to become a billionaire, but his creation doesn’t come without legal complications. A tale of how the founders of facebook came to light and how they created the biggest social network site the world has ever seen. Special Features: Audio Commentary with David Fincher Audio Commentary with Aaron Sorkin and Cast

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