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Youth, Media and the Politics of Change in North Africa: Negotiating Identities, Spaces and Power

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Knowledge about the generation of Middle East and North African youth has been constrained by the twin processes of intense visibilization and securitization since 9/11. The introduction to this special issue pushes research on youth beyond these processes to reveal the complex and creative ways in which young men and women have been negotiating gendered identities, spaces and power. What emerges from is a refocused appreciation of youth politics and participation, altered forms of resistances and redefined spaces and forms of protest.

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