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On-line Political Participation: Fractures and Inequality Between the Citizens

Abstract : In this work, we are going to show how the number of fractures and sociodemographic inequalities in Tunisia has influenced the on-line political engagement in the country. Here, we will base on the studies done in Tunisia, a small country with relatively homogeneous population which has undergone modernization but still is very unstable in its politics since 2011. However, we are going to develop a deeper understanding of the role of social network in the political arena of Tunisia.
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Mohamed Anouar Lahouij. On-line Political Participation: Fractures and Inequality Between the Citizens. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier, 2014, International Conference on Communication and Education in Knowledge Society, 163, pp.257-263. ⟨10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.12.314⟩. ⟨sic_01773001⟩



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