Volume 9 • Issue 2 • 2013

Editorial


Editorial

Editorial

Maha Taki

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 2 • 2013

Research Articles


Internet activism and the Egyptian uprisings: transforming online dissent into the offline world

Internet activism and the Egyptian uprisings: transforming online dissent into the offline world

Tim Eaton

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 2 • 2013

The ‘Kill Switch’ as ‘Suicide Switch’: Mobilizing Side Effects of Mubarak’s Communication Blackout

The ‘Kill Switch’ as ‘Suicide Switch’: Mobilizing Side Effects of Mubarak’s Communication Blackout

Paolo Gerbaudo

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 2 • 2013

From Arab Street to Social Movements: Re-theorizing Collective Action and the Role of Social Media in the Arab Spring

From Arab Street to Social Movements: Re-theorizing Collective Action and the Role of Social Media in the Arab Spring

Mohamed Ben Moussa

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 2 • 2013

Social Media, Surveillance and Social Control in the Bahrain Uprising

Social Media, Surveillance and Social Control in the Bahrain Uprising

Marc Owen Jones

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 2 • 2013

Is it Possible to Understand the Syrian Revolution through the Prism of Social Media?

Is it Possible to Understand the Syrian Revolution through the Prism of Social Media?

Juliette Harkin

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 2 • 2013

Social Media and the Syrian Revolution

Social Media and the Syrian Revolution

Hussein Ghrer

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 2 • 2013