We have previously looked at the prevalence of Twitter in the Iranian revolutions. Some authors asserted that its influence was overstated while others deemed these revolutions to be modern because of the use of social media. The authors for this week focus on the more recent revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia. Do you think that Twitter’s influence this time is truly as powerful as it has come off? Has the power of social media finally played a major role in inciting social action?
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