Discourse Analysis of the 2011 Arabian Revolutionary Network Movements
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The article using documentary methods have dealt with the discourse analysis of the 2011 Arabian revolutionary network movements, with a focus on the Tunisian and Egyptian political changes. The main question: based on the method of discourse analysis, what factors articulated network movement in the Arab revolutions? The result of this study indicated the authoritarianism discourse ruling these societies was legitimized due to: dictatorship, corruption, repression and economic backwardness. And in the absence of it, the revolutionary movements were formed. The main points of this discourse were: "freedom, dignity and prosperity". This movements using virtual network, could mobilize all strata and political groups against the dictatorship. Also, the results of the study showed that this discourse, by identifying various social and political forces, could create a coherent chain of all the ideals and tendencies from liberal and Marxist groups to the traditional Islamist movements and even the Christian minority. The key characteristics of this movement was youth and females as a political agency.
Journal of Political sociology of Islamic world, Volume:7 Issue: 15, 2019
165 to 188
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