Mapping the Arabic Blogosphere: Politics, Culture, and Dissent

@inproceedings{Etling2014MappingTA,
  title={Mapping the Arabic Blogosphere: Politics, Culture, and Dissent},
  author={Bruce Etling and John F. Kelly and Robert E. L. Faris and John Palfrey},
  year={2014}
}
On January 17, 2009, a popular Saudi television sports program covered the day’s disappointing loss by the national soccer team to Oman in the Gulf Cup. The show’s host and his guests, including a professional soccer player and a former coach, are critiquing the team and its management when a call comes in from Saudi Prince Sultan bin Fahd, a key patron of the team. He is not happy with their analysis. On air, the prince dresses them down in turn, and goes so far as to tell one of them he is… CONTINUE READING

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