The Arab Web and the Social Biotope

This contribution by The UIR websciences’ researchers Saada Kalakech and Sabrine Saad tries to provide a different point of view to analyze the “Arab spring”.

Abstract:

This short contribution tries to approach several concepts of social theories to provide a different point of view on what really happened in the Arab Near-East during the period called the Arab Spring. Following Doueihi’s concept of conversion to digital humanism, we try to understand the Web in its transformative power, in time and place. We consider that the Arab Spring was preceded by a spring of the Arab Web, which worked as an environment, a biotope for change.

 

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