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    OIS 4 (2016) - Media Culture in Transformation: Political communication, Social Networking and Transition in Egypt

    Research Project: Media Culture in Transformation: Political communication, Social Networking and Transition in Egypt, Ed. Hanan Badr (Orient Institute Studies, 4),

    H. Badr, Introduction

    Hanan Badr (ed.): Introduction. Political communication, social movements and transition in Egypt

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    H. Badr, Public Sphere, New Media and Political Culture in Post-Revolutionary Egypt

    Hanan Badr: Public Sphere, New Media and Political Culture in Post-Revolutionary Egypt

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    N. Leihs, H. Aly, Public Debate or Power Play? Reflections on Egypt's 2012 constitution in the transitional period

    Nadia Leihs and Hend Aly: Public Debate or Power Play? Reflections on Egypt's 2012 constitution in the transitional period

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    H. Badr, M. Ghali, Social Movements, Constitutional Debates and Online Deliberations in the Post-Mubarak Egyptian Public Sphere

    Hanan Badr and Mehrez Ghali: Social Movements, Constitutional Debates and Online Deliberations in the Post-Mubarak Egyptian Public Sphere

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    K. Hafez, “Opportunity Structures” and “Counter Publics” Reconsidered: Why social movements and social media failed in Egypt

    Kai Hafez: “Opportunity Structures” and “Counter Publics” Reconsidered: Why social movements and social media failed in Egypt

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    H. Aly, N. Leihs, Egyptian Constitution Timeline, 13.02.2011-31.01.2014

    Hend Aly and Nadia Leihs: Egyptian Constitution Timeline, 13.02.2011-31.01.2014

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    Hanan Badr
    Media Culture in Transformation
    Political communication, social networking and transition in Egypt
    Orient Institut Beirut
    2194-3400
    2016

    This volume is based on the findings of the research project Media Culture Transformation hosted by the Orient-Institut Beirut and sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The project's central aim was to scrutinize how social movements use social media to justify their claims and arguments about the Egyptian constitution during the transitional period of 2011 to 2013. On a theoretical level, this issue addresses the public sphere in a non-democratic Arab context, and thus contributes to media and communication studies.

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