Civil and political rights - Algeria

The role of social networking sites in activating women's political participation: A field study on a sample of female employees in Mostaganem

07.06.2018 / Created by (EMWF)

This paper seeks to examine the role that social media play in promoting the political participation of Algerian women by understanding the extent of women’s political participation, the motives and reasons for browsing social networking sites, and the extent to which women rely on these sites to obtain information. The study also explores the extent to which cyberspace allows Algerian women to express their views and be involved in public affairs, a sphere traditionally reserved to men.

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  • Type of publication : Study / Report
  • Author : فوزية عبو
  • Publishing house : Media Studies Magazine - Arab Democratic Centre
  • Publication date : 2018
  • Number of pages : 19
  • Language : Arabic

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