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The Resource Routledge handbook of the Arab Spring : rethinking democratization, edited by Larbi Sadiki

Routledge handbook of the Arab Spring : rethinking democratization, edited by Larbi Sadiki

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Routledge handbook of the Arab Spring : rethinking democratization
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Routledge handbook of the Arab Spring
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rethinking democratization
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edited by Larbi Sadiki
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eng
Summary
"The self-immolation of Mohammed Bouazizi in Tunisia in December 2010 heralded the arrival of the 'Arab Spring, ' a startling, yet not unprecedented, era of profound social and political upheaval. The meme of the Arab Spring is characterised by bottom-up change, or the lack thereof, and its effects are still unfurling today. The Routledge Handbook of the Arab Spring seeks to provide a departure point for ongoing discussion of a fluid phenomenon on a plethora of topics, including: - Contexts and contests of democratisation - The sweep of the Arab Spring - Egypt - Women and the Arab Spring - Agents of change and the technology of protest - Impact of the Arab Spring in the wider Middle East and further afield Collating a wide array of viewpoints, specialisms, biases, and degrees of proximity and distance from events that shook the Arab world to its core, the Handbook is written with the reader in mind, to provide students, practitioners, diplomats, policy-makers and lay readers with contextualization and knowledge, and to set the stage for further discussion of the Arab Spring"--
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illustrations
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non fiction
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bibliography
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Sadiki, Larbi
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  • Arab Spring (2010- )
  • Arab Spring, 2010-
  • Revolutions
  • Democratization
  • Democratization
  • Revolutions
  • Arab countries
  • Arabischer Frühling
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Routledge handbook of the Arab Spring : rethinking democratization, edited by Larbi Sadiki
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Preface: The meme of the Arab Spring / Larbi Sadiki -- Unruliness through space and time : reconstructing 'peoplehood' in the Arab Spring / Larbi Sadiki -- Part 1: Introducing the Arab Spring : reflections on contexts and contests of democratization -- On the 'Arab Spring : democratization and related political seasons / Laurence Whitehead -- Arab politics After the uprisings : still searching for legitimacy / Michael Hudson -- Toward a historical sociology of the Arab uprising : beyond democratization and post-democratization / Raymond Hinnebusch -- The Arab Spring : why in some Arab countries and not in others? / Mustapha Kamel Al-Sayyid -- Part 2: The 'travel' of revolution : from Tunis to Sanaa -- Interpreting the Tunisian Revolution : beyond Bou'azizi / Amor Boubakri -- The roots of the Tunisian Revolution : elements of a political sociology / Sami Zemni -- Tunisian Revolution and the domestic-international nexus / Corinna Mullin -- Libya's Arab Spring : revolution against a 42-year dictatorship / Anas Abubabkr Buera -- Libya's Islamists and the 17th February Revolution : a battle for a revolutionary theology / Anas El Gomati -- The uprising in Bahrain : regional dimensions and international consequences / Kristian Coates Ulrichsen -- The Arab Spring comes to Syria : internal mobilization for democratic change, militarization and internationalization / Obaida Fares -- Yemen's Arab Spring : outsmarting the cunning state? / Elham Manea -- A process of perpetual 'uncovering' : the Syrian 'thawrah' in its fourth year / Layla Saleh -- Pro-regime vs. oppositional media : during the revolution, 2011-2013 / Obaida Fares -- Part 3: Egypt in the Arab Spring : Islam, the state and the military -- The Egyptian Revolution : causes and dynamics / Shafeeq Ghabra -- Making the crisis visible : a reassessment of the parliament in the Mubarak regime / Irene Weipert-Fenner -- The 'anguish' of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt / Khalil al-Anani -- Contemporary Islamist discourses on the state in Egypt : before and after the Arab Spring / Mohammed Moussa -- Failure of a revolution : the military, secular intelligentsia and religion in Egypt's pseudo-secular state / Khaled Abou El-Fadl -- Part 4: Womens' voices in the Arab Spring -- Syria's 'Arab Spring' : women and the struggle to live in truth / Tamara Al-Om -- Tunisia's women : partners in revolution / Andrea Khalil -- Part 5: Arab Spring : breakdown of the old social compact -- Breakdown of the authoritarian 'social contract' and emergence of new social actors : an ongoing process? / Lahcen Achy -- The Tunisian Revolution : narratives of the Tunisian General Labour Union / Hèla Yousfi -- Revolutionary contagion : social movements around the Mediterranean / Gianluca Solera -- Part 6: Uprisings : the technology of protest -- A public sphere revolution? Social media versus authoritarian regimes / Armando Salvatore -- The revolution never ends : protest and rebirth in the Arab world / Mark LeVine -- Al Jazeera and televised revolution : the case of Tunisia / Ezzeddine Abdelmoula -- Graffiti arts and the Arab Spring / Charlotte Schriwer -- Poetry and the Arab Spring : a historical perspective / Atef Alshaer -- Deconstructing despotic legacies in the Arab Spring / Akeel Abbas -- Youth and tecnology in a bottom-up struggle for empowerment / Maria Blanco Palencia -- Part 7: The Arab Spring : the wider Middle East -- Evolution not revolution? Morocco and the Arab Spring / Michael J. Willis -- Algeria : the limits of revolution and democratization / Youcef Bouandel -- The Arab Spring and democratization : an Iraqi perspective / Hamid J.A. Alkifaey -- Protest and reform : the Arab Spring in Oman / James Worrall -- Palestine and the wind of the Arab Revolution / Tahani Mustafa -- Turkey and the Arab uprisings / Derya Göçer Akder and Marc Herzog -- Turkey : a model for continuity or change? / Cengiz Günay -- Iran's own popular uprising and the Arab Spring / Shabnam J. Holliday -- The Israel Tent Protests / Alan Craig -- Part 8: The Arab Spring in a global context -- Revolutions in North Africa : a view from the south of the continent / Shamil Jeppie -- The European Union and democracy promotion : readjusting to the Arab Spring / Tobias Schumacher -- The Nordic Countries and the Arab Spring : from 'Nordic internationalism' to 'Nordic interventionism'? / Timo Behr -- From Spain to Egypt : lessons from an 'unfinished' transition / Ivan Molina Allende and Sabine Hattinger -- European Union democracy promotion in Tunisia / Rawtha Benothman --- The Arab Spring through Russian 'eyes' / Karina Fayzullina -- North America's response to the Tunisian and Egyptian uprisings / Dalal Daoud -- The Arab Spring : a view from India / Anwar Alam
Control code
886381200
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxxviii, 679 pages
Isbn
9780415790932
Lccn
2014023254
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)886381200
Label
Routledge handbook of the Arab Spring : rethinking democratization, edited by Larbi Sadiki
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface: The meme of the Arab Spring / Larbi Sadiki -- Unruliness through space and time : reconstructing 'peoplehood' in the Arab Spring / Larbi Sadiki -- Part 1: Introducing the Arab Spring : reflections on contexts and contests of democratization -- On the 'Arab Spring : democratization and related political seasons / Laurence Whitehead -- Arab politics After the uprisings : still searching for legitimacy / Michael Hudson -- Toward a historical sociology of the Arab uprising : beyond democratization and post-democratization / Raymond Hinnebusch -- The Arab Spring : why in some Arab countries and not in others? / Mustapha Kamel Al-Sayyid -- Part 2: The 'travel' of revolution : from Tunis to Sanaa -- Interpreting the Tunisian Revolution : beyond Bou'azizi / Amor Boubakri -- The roots of the Tunisian Revolution : elements of a political sociology / Sami Zemni -- Tunisian Revolution and the domestic-international nexus / Corinna Mullin -- Libya's Arab Spring : revolution against a 42-year dictatorship / Anas Abubabkr Buera -- Libya's Islamists and the 17th February Revolution : a battle for a revolutionary theology / Anas El Gomati -- The uprising in Bahrain : regional dimensions and international consequences / Kristian Coates Ulrichsen -- The Arab Spring comes to Syria : internal mobilization for democratic change, militarization and internationalization / Obaida Fares -- Yemen's Arab Spring : outsmarting the cunning state? / Elham Manea -- A process of perpetual 'uncovering' : the Syrian 'thawrah' in its fourth year / Layla Saleh -- Pro-regime vs. oppositional media : during the revolution, 2011-2013 / Obaida Fares -- Part 3: Egypt in the Arab Spring : Islam, the state and the military -- The Egyptian Revolution : causes and dynamics / Shafeeq Ghabra -- Making the crisis visible : a reassessment of the parliament in the Mubarak regime / Irene Weipert-Fenner -- The 'anguish' of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt / Khalil al-Anani -- Contemporary Islamist discourses on the state in Egypt : before and after the Arab Spring / Mohammed Moussa -- Failure of a revolution : the military, secular intelligentsia and religion in Egypt's pseudo-secular state / Khaled Abou El-Fadl -- Part 4: Womens' voices in the Arab Spring -- Syria's 'Arab Spring' : women and the struggle to live in truth / Tamara Al-Om -- Tunisia's women : partners in revolution / Andrea Khalil -- Part 5: Arab Spring : breakdown of the old social compact -- Breakdown of the authoritarian 'social contract' and emergence of new social actors : an ongoing process? / Lahcen Achy -- The Tunisian Revolution : narratives of the Tunisian General Labour Union / Hèla Yousfi -- Revolutionary contagion : social movements around the Mediterranean / Gianluca Solera -- Part 6: Uprisings : the technology of protest -- A public sphere revolution? Social media versus authoritarian regimes / Armando Salvatore -- The revolution never ends : protest and rebirth in the Arab world / Mark LeVine -- Al Jazeera and televised revolution : the case of Tunisia / Ezzeddine Abdelmoula -- Graffiti arts and the Arab Spring / Charlotte Schriwer -- Poetry and the Arab Spring : a historical perspective / Atef Alshaer -- Deconstructing despotic legacies in the Arab Spring / Akeel Abbas -- Youth and tecnology in a bottom-up struggle for empowerment / Maria Blanco Palencia -- Part 7: The Arab Spring : the wider Middle East -- Evolution not revolution? Morocco and the Arab Spring / Michael J. Willis -- Algeria : the limits of revolution and democratization / Youcef Bouandel -- The Arab Spring and democratization : an Iraqi perspective / Hamid J.A. Alkifaey -- Protest and reform : the Arab Spring in Oman / James Worrall -- Palestine and the wind of the Arab Revolution / Tahani Mustafa -- Turkey and the Arab uprisings / Derya Göçer Akder and Marc Herzog -- Turkey : a model for continuity or change? / Cengiz Günay -- Iran's own popular uprising and the Arab Spring / Shabnam J. Holliday -- The Israel Tent Protests / Alan Craig -- Part 8: The Arab Spring in a global context -- Revolutions in North Africa : a view from the south of the continent / Shamil Jeppie -- The European Union and democracy promotion : readjusting to the Arab Spring / Tobias Schumacher -- The Nordic Countries and the Arab Spring : from 'Nordic internationalism' to 'Nordic interventionism'? / Timo Behr -- From Spain to Egypt : lessons from an 'unfinished' transition / Ivan Molina Allende and Sabine Hattinger -- European Union democracy promotion in Tunisia / Rawtha Benothman --- The Arab Spring through Russian 'eyes' / Karina Fayzullina -- North America's response to the Tunisian and Egyptian uprisings / Dalal Daoud -- The Arab Spring : a view from India / Anwar Alam
Control code
886381200
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxxviii, 679 pages
Isbn
9780415790932
Lccn
2014023254
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)886381200

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