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About Enrico De Angelis

Enrico De Angelis is researcher at CEDEJ, Cairo. He was adjunct professor at Faculty Roberto Ruffilli of University of Bologna. Enrico wrote a monograph on the relationship between media and conflict and several articles on the role of new media and the dynamics of the networked public sphere in the MENA region. He has lived in Cairo since September 2011. 

Articles by Enrico De Angelis

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Clare Sambrook

Clare Sambrook, investigative journalist, co-edits Shine a Light.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

The crowds and the individual: why we should rethink how we debate complex issues on social media

This is not an attempt to relitigate this episode, but to critically reflect on the underlying dynamics of social networks that contribute to such outcomes.

اعادة التفكير بالاعلام السوري

التغيرات التي طرأت على المشهد الاعلامي السوري في السنوات الأخيرة تمثل قطيعة كاملة مع الماضي. بينما حصلت هذه التغيرات في بلدان عربية أخرى بصورة تدريجية وفي فترة سابقة للانتفاضات الشعبية، في سوريا كان التغيير فجائيا وسريعا. English

Rethinking Syrian media

Citizen journalism rocked the foundations of the Syrian mediascape. Activist videos were on every news channel, yet ordinary Syrians were still unable to tell their stories as they saw it. An introduction to 'Looking inside the uprising' and its feature on the use, impact and effect of new media on the Syrian uprising. بالعربي

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