Stanford studies in Middle Eastern and Islamic societies and cultures.
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Introduction : the Middle East and North Africa beyond classical social movement theory / Joel Beinin and Frédéric Vairel Protesting in authoritarian situations : Egypt and Morocco in comparative perspective / Frédéric Vairel Egyptian leftist intellectuals' activism from the margins : overcoming the mobilization/demobilization dichotomy / Marie Duboc Leaving Islamic activism behind : ambiguous disengagement in Saudi Arabia / Pascal Menoret Hizbullah's women : internal transformation in a social movement and militia / Anne Marie Baylouny Three decades of human rights activism in the Middle East and North Africa : an ambiguous balance sheet / Joe Stork Unemployed Moroccan university graduates and strategies for 'apolitical' mobilization / Montserrat Emperador Badimon Presence in silence : feminist and democratic implications of the Saturday vigils in Turkey / Zeynep Gülru Göker Mobilizations for Western Thrace and Cyprus in contemporary Turkey : From the far right to the lexicon of human rights / Jeanne Hersant Becoming revolutionary in Tunisia, 2007-2011 / Amin Allal A workers' social movement on the margin of the global neoliberal order, Egypt 2004-2012 / Joel Beinin and Marie Duboc Dynamics of the Yemeni revolution : contextualizing mobilizations / Laurent Bonnefoy and Marine Poirier "Oh Buthaina, oh Shaban the Hawrani is not hungry, we want freedom!" : revolutionary framing and mobilization at the onset of the Syrian uprising / Reinoud Leenders.
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Print version: Social movements, mobilization, and contestation in the Middle East and North Africa. Stanford, California : Stanford University Press,  xv, 328 pages ; 24 cm. Stanford studies in Middle Eastern and Islamic societies and cultures