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The book examines the use of the Internet by youth and social movements in Morocco and the extent to which this has empowered them to challenge the hegemonic social order in the country during the Arab Spring.Through its exploration of the plethora of techniques used by youth and social movements , the book establishes a typology of modern youth movement and create a profile of cyberactivism and cyberactivists in Morocco.
Similarly , the book discusses the dialectic relationship between technological and social determinisms and agency and the role technology plays in promoting youth political engagement to protest and create political change in the country.
Nour-eddine Laouni has longstanding expertise in the development and training of necessary technological skills for global teachers.
He holds a Masters degree in Communication and is now in the final phase of his Doctoral work at the University of Mohammed V–Rabat.
He works as teacher trainer at the Regional Center of Education and Training CRMEF
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