compiled by JULIE POUCHER HARBIN, EDITOR, TIRN on NOVEMBER 15, 2013: 

The fall issue ( 22:2) of the Digest of the Middle East Studies (DOMES) has just been released by Wiley Publishing Co.

Below is the Table of Contents:

The Basis of China’s Pro-Palestine Stance and the Current Status of its Implementation (pages 215–228), by Yiyi Chen

Challenging a Terrorist Tag in the Media: Framing the Politics of Resistance and an Iranian Opposition Group (pages 229–261), by Ivan Sascha Sheehan

Christian–Muslim Relations in Egypt in the Wake of the Arab Spring (pages 262–275), by Paul S. Rowe

Gender Segregation, Effacement, and Suppression: Trends in the Status of Women in Israel (pages 276–291), by Michal L. Allon

Ramadan Blues: Debates in Popular Islam during Ramadan in Amman, Jordan (pages 292–316), by Sarah A. Tobin

ICT, Social Media, and the Arab Transition to Democracy: From Venting to Acting (pages 317–347), by Mohammed M. Aman and Tina J. Jayroe

Socioeconomic Rights: A Dialogue With Islam (pages 348–360), by Amitai Etzioni

Stranger in a Strange Land: Thucydides’ Stasis and the Arab Spring (pages 361–376), by Spyridon Nikolaou Litsas

Under New Management: What the Arab Spring Tells Us About Leadership Needs in the Middle East and North Africa (pages 377–404), by Peter Mameli

 

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