Die tunesische Revolte als Fanal : Kommentar und Chronik (17. Dezember 2010-14. Januar 2011)
The Tunisian revolt began in the country’s impoverished heartland, and it took some time for knowledge of the event to circulate widely given the news blackout imposed by the government. The revolt quickly became the paradigm of a practice of radical social transformation throughout the Arab world. In Europe, the revolt was hardly perceived during its early stages. The revolt derived its dynamic from an informal experiential context that combines marginality and mobility in a new way and develops unforeseen persuasiveness on the streets.
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