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    Role of social networks in egypt revolution of 2011 Role of social networks in egypt revolution of 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Role of Social Networks in EgyptRevolution of 2011Prepared by: Aryan Hella
    • Social NetworksSocial networks are digitaltools for onlinecommunication andinteraction.•Face book•Twitter•You tube•LinkedIn•My space
    • Social Networks and Politics• Become part of political culture• campaigning, finding supporters& interactingwith supporters• sharing any political event with details• A tool for lunching revolutions
    • Egypt• South African country• Hussein Mubarak regime with 30 years old• People had access to technology• Computer price: cheap• government provide high Internet access high
    • Reasons of the Egypt Revolution• Poverty• Corruption• Unemployment• Khalid said death• Inequality• High prices
    • Sources in Egypt Revolution
    • Social Network contribution• Speed and interactivity• Unity• Providing minute byminute updates• International society• organization
    • Social Networks role in EgyptRevolution• “started on 25 January 2011and ended with PresidentHosni Mubarak’s resignationon February 11, 2011, thusending his 30 year oldregime in 18 days” (Chebib& Sohail).• According to a Cairo activist,“We use Face book toschedule the protests,Twitter to coordinate, andYouTube to tell the world"
    • Social Network Pages• We are all Khalid Said• January 25• Elbradei for presidencyTunisian revolution: word ofencouragement Detailed instruction
    • conclusion• Citizens: Main Factor• Social networks: facilitator for organizationand cooperation of revolution• Face book, Twitter, and You Tube were themost useful websites
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