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TC Tech Expert Says Mobile and Social Media Give Marginalized Groups a New Voice

On the website "All Africa.com," Fulbright scholar Dominic Mentor says mobile phones and social media sites are the primary medium behind waves of democratic protests in the Middle East.
On the website "All Africa.com," Fulbright scholar Dominic Mentor says mobile phones and social media sites are the primary medium behind waves of democratic protests in the Middle East.

LINK:  Africa: From Cairo to Damascus - the New Social Network

Published Tuesday, Apr. 5, 2011

TC Tech Expert Says Mobile and Social Media Give Marginalized Groups a New Voice

On the website "All Africa.com," Fulbright scholar Dominic Mentor says mobile phones and social media sites are the primary medium behind waves of democratic protests in the Middle East.

LINK:  Africa: From Cairo to Damascus - the New Social Network
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