Conspiracism, while not unique to the Middle East, is a salient feature of the political discourses of the region. This book discounts the common pathological explanation for conspiricism and instead investigates the political structures and dynamics that have created and shaped the phenomenon of conspiricism in the contemporary Middle East.365a367 and David Zeidan, a#39;The Islamic Fundamentalist View of Life as a Perennial Battlea#39;, Middle East Review of International Affairs, 5, 4, December 2001, especially pp. 34a39. Bonney ... 35a36. a#39;Conspiracy Thinking and Conspiracy Studyinga#39;, Centre for Conspiracy Culture, n.d., online at HTTP: ... See for example Diane Singerman, a#39;The Politics of Emergency Rule in Egypta#39;, Current History, Januaryanbsp;...
|Title||:||Conspiracy Theories in the Arab World|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2010-07-12|