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This e-book seems into the function performed by means of mediated communique, rather new and social media, in shaping quite a few varieties of struggles round energy, id and faith at a time while the Arab international goes via an extraordinary interval of turmoil and upheaval. The e-book presents precise and multifocal views on how new types of conversation stay on the centre of ancient modifications within the quarter.
The key concentration of this publication isn't to check the level to which new conversation applied sciences have generated the Arab spring or resulted in its aftermaths, yet in its place query how we will larger comprehend many sorts of articulations among communique applied sciences, at the one hand, and varieties of resistance, collective motion, and modes of expression that experience contributed to the new uprisings and proceed to form the social and political upheavals within the quarter at the different. The e-book provides unique views and rigorous research by means of experts and lecturers from around the globe that might definitely enhance the controversy round significant concerns raised by way of contemporary old events.
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While the term “glocalization” is used in many different contexts, the enhanced connectedness between the local and global in the current study focuses on the diversified agenda-setting flows between the two rather than merging the two. Local stories can reach the global audience without reaching a significant mass of local audience. The protests in the Arab Spring demonstrated the activated routes from local storytellers to the global network. At the same time, the global network serves as important sources for setting local agendas.
Cultural imperialism: A critical introduction. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Wiktorowicz, Q. (2004). Social movement theory approach. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. CHAPTER 2 Social Media, Global Communications, and the Arab Spring: Cross-Level and CrossMedia Story Flows Joo-Young Jung INTRODUCTION After a series of a large-scale protests and uprisings in the Middle East and North African region, media were flooded with stories on the revolutionary effect of social media in enabling the protests.