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A Deeper Dialogue on the Media’s Role in “The Twitter Revolutions”

by Declan Fahy The Arab Spring has been frequently framed as a narrative about the democratic potential of social media — its dramatic events sometimes explicitly called the Twitter Revolutions or the Facebook Revolutions (just flick the terms into Google). … Continue reading

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