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ISBN-13: 9780739135822
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 11/01/2014
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Brian Robert Calfano is associate professor of political science at Missouri State University.

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Introduction. Brian Calfano and Marcus Marktanner
Chapter Two: The Arab Popular Uprisings. Brian Calfano and Emile Sahliyeh
Chapter Three: Islam and Interpretive Ingenuities. Brian Calfano and Lynne Alisé Lofftus
Chapter Four: Parties as Political Forces in the Maghreb. Abdelhak Azzouzi
Chapter Five: How Green is the Spring? Comparing the Iranian and the Arab Pro-democracy Movements. Mahmoud Sadri and Nader Hashemi
Chapter Six. Oil and Economic Liberalism in the MENA. Mehmet Gurses
Chapter Seven. Does Regime Type Make a Difference for MENA Reform? Todd Spinks, Brian Calfano, and Emile Sahliyeh
Chapter Eight. Elite-Led Consideration of the Role of Women in MENA Politics: Some Initial Experimental Findings. Brian Calfano, Marcus Marktanner, and Christina Michelmore
Chapter Nine. Transmitting Reform? The Media’s Effect on MENA Democracy and Human Rights. Brian Calfano and Emile Sahliyeh
Chapter Ten. MENA and the Internet: Technology and the Democratic Divide. Jason Gainous and Kevin Wagner
Chapter Eleven. Concluding Observations and Recommendations. Brian Calfano

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