Online Maghreb-Arab Social Movements and Facebook: ab 54.9 € als Taschenbuch: A Case Study of Morocco Egypt and Tunisia. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medienwissenschaft,
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Today on To the Best of Our Knowledge, "Protest 2.0": how open-source protesting is changing the world. First, a little theoretical overview. How exactly does social media allow someone in say, Tunis, to overthrow their government? Jim Fleming talks to Clay Shirky, author of Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing without Organizations. V for Vendetta is the film for the Internet's Anonymous movement. They're the hackers who brought down the sites of MasterCard, PayPal and Visa after they shut off donations to Wikileaks. Gregg Housh tells Steve Paulson about Anonymous. Steve wanted to know how Gregg could be the spokesperson for an anonymous organization. To the Best of Our Knowledge is produced in Madison, Wisconsin, which recently saw this new type of leaderless social-media revolution in full bloom. It was in response to Governor Scott Walker announcing his controversial "budget repair bill" that would strip the collective bargaining rights of state employees. One of the sleep-in activists at the State Capitol was writer and blogger Christie Taylor. She kept a diary of her experiences…. The Arab Spring caught a lot of people by surprise, but not a group called Global Voices. It's made up of more than 300 bloggers and translators around the world who are closely watching Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and blogs - ready to report when ordinary people become citizen journalists, as they did throughout the events of the Arab Spring. Ivan Sigal, Global Voices' Executive Director, tells Anne Strainchamps about it. All eyes have been on the Middle East for some months now. But al Qaeda has been conspicuous for its absence. Many have declared al Qaeda and other Muslim extremist groups irrelevant with regards to the Arab Spring. Irrelevant? Anne Strainchamps posed that question to Romesh Ratnesar, contributing editor-at-large at Time magazine. [Broadcast Date: May 11, 2011] 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/110511/rt_tbon_110511_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The role of social media in the events of the Arab Spring and its aftermath in the Muslim world has stimulated much debate, yet little in the way of useful insight. Now Haroon Ullah, a scholar and diplomat with deep knowledge of politics and societies in the Middle East, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, draws the first clear picture of the unprecedented impact of Twitter, Facebook, and other means of online communication on the recent revolutions that blazed across Muslim nations. The author carefully analyzes the growth of social media throughout the Muslim world, tracing how various organizations learned to employ such digital tools to grow networks, recruit volunteers, and disseminate messages. In Egypt, where young people rose against the regime; in Pakistan, where the youth fought against the intelligence and military establishments; and in Syria, where underground Islamists had to switch alliances, digital communications played key roles. Ullah demonstrates how social media have profoundly changed relationships between regimes and voters, though not always for the better. Looking forward he identifies trends across the Muslim world and the implications of these for regional and international politics. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Derek Shetterly. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/032208/bk_adbl_032208_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The effects of Facebook on Arab students' social well-being ab 49.9 EURO
Online Maghreb-Arab Social Movements and Facebook: ab 54.9 EURO A Case Study of Morocco Egypt and Tunisia
This study engages with the recent Maghreb-Arab social movements in Morocco, Tunisia, and Egypt in light of their use of Facebook. It primarily explores and analyzes the discourse of these online social movements in order to identify and define the constituting thematic ideas and concepts giving meaning to the experiences of these movements. More particularly, this study achieves four basic objectives. First, it lays bare the major themes and concepts motivating the discourse of these online social movements. Second, it accounts for the socio-cultural conditions under which these movements were born. Third, the study defines the major sites of struggle to which these movements try to direct attention. It defines the domains of concern with which these movements are engaged in order to identify the issues of importance which mostly shape the discussion of these movements. Finally, this study also draws lines of comparison among the three concerned social movements so as to define the common aspects which underpin their discourse.
There has been a long debate over the role of social media in Arab spring. Many of the analysts call it a fad that will fade down with the passage of time while others call it a medium that can revolutionize societies and its system. Therefore, the researcher aimed to study the role of social media in Egypt uprising till the downfall of Hosni Mubarak regime by directly contacting the internet users in Egypt. The study has three broad premises, to examine the effectiveness of social media as a medium in galvanizing people and bringing change at a massive level, to verify the media reports and analyze the impact of social media on individuals and lastly, to compare its role with that of traditional media and assess which social medium among Facebook, twitter and YouTube helped the most during the uprising. If you re still bewildered regarding the role of social media, in quest of a complete timeline with facts and keen to have an insight about the perspective of Egyptians, this book is a must-read. Meet the real drivers of the uprising!