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The silent revolution, the Arab Spring and the Gulf States, edited by May Seikaly, Khawla Mattar - hbk

Summary
"How immune is the Gulf region to the changes that have engulfed the Arab world since 2011? This volume responds to this question by examining the impact of the Arab Spring on Gulf regimes and societies and contributing to debates on political participation and citizenship; sectarianism, gender and identity formation; as well as the role of the media in exposing the paradoxes of the Gulf system and its relationship to international political actors" -- Publishers
Table of contents
Democratic challenge in the Gulf : between aspiration and desperation -- The impact of the Arab Spring on the Arab Gulf States -- Notions of sovereignty in the Arab world : an examination of state and citizenship in the aftermath of the Arab Spring -- Women and the Arab Spring in Saudi Arabia : a nascent social movement? -- The local and the transnational in the Arab uprisings : the protests in Saudi Arabia's eastern province -- That late unpleasantness : the Arab Spring in Oman -- A spring of concentric circles : overlapping identities in Kuwait and Bahrain and their effect on the Arab Spring -- Bahrain's uprising in cyberspace -- The Arab Spring through Gulf satellite television stations : reporting or controlling? -- And then came the uprising!
Language
eng
Literary form
non fiction
Physical description
vi, 245 p. ;, 25 cm
ISBN
9783940924346

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