On Digital Contention and Everyday Life
This introductory chapter offers a contextual analysis of the relationship between media and politics within the Middle East and North Africa region and reflects on the relevance of the Tunisian experience. Pointing out the need to reconceive the relationship between media and political change, it highlights the significance of a digital culture of contention that developed outside institutional politics. This chapter also includes a section on the research design and the interpretative framework that were adopted in this story and an overview of the core chapters.
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