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Entitled ''Languages over the Web E-governance and Multilingualism in Tunisia '' this research will explore two concepts in Tunisia which are multilingualism and e-governance through a survey of official websites and focus on the languages used and the examination of the content that these websites are providing with the communication channels.
The research is is divided into four main sections:
-The depict state of languages in Tunisia with a particular focus on the Tunisian dialect, the status of the French language and the result of Arabization politics in Tunisia.
-The second section is dedicated to the phenomena of E-Governance in Tunisia by introducing E-governance as a concept and its phases.
-The information provided in the first two sections will pave the way to the third section that will be dealing with the Tunisian Ministries over the web by describing their main sections, categorizing them and providing some case study.
-Eventually both section two and three will lead to section four that is devoted to E-Governance in social media calling attention of Tunisian ministries on Facebook which may open the way to major changes not only in the approach to E-Governance but also in the language(s) used