Stripping the boss: the powerful role of humor in the Egyptian Revolution 2011.

@article{Helmy2013StrippingTB,
  title={Stripping the boss: the powerful role of humor in the Egyptian Revolution 2011.},
  author={Mohamed M. Helmy and Sabine Frerichs},
  journal={Integrative psychological & behavioral science},
  year={2013},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={450-81}
}
The Egyptian Revolution 2011 has shaken the Arab world and stirred up Middle-East politics. Moreover, it caused a rush in political science and the neighboring disciplines, which had not predicted an event like this and now have troubles explaining it. While many things can be learned from the popular uprising, and from the limitations of previous scholarship, our focus will be on a moral resource, which has occasionally been noticed, but not sufficiently explored: the role of humor in keeping… CONTINUE READING
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