T. Masoud
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The Upheavals in Egypt and Tunisia: The Road to (and from) Liberation Square
T. Masoud
Sociology
2011
Abstract:It is easy now to see why Egypt's revolution had to happen, and why President Hosni Mubarak's thirty-year reign had to end in the spectacular manner in which it did. Given a combustible mix… Expand
62 Citations
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Counting Islam: Religion, Class, and Elections in Egypt
T. Masoud
Political Science
28 April 2014
Introduction: Islam's steady march 1. Explaining Islamist dominion Part I. Elections under Authoritarianism: 2. Clientelism and class: the tragedy of leftist opposition in Mubarak's Egypt 3. The… Expand
46 Citations
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Problems and Methods in the Study of Politics
I. Shapiro, Rogers M. Smith, T. Masoud
Sociology
5 January 2010
Introduction: problems and methods in the study of politics Ian Shapiro, Rogers Smith and Tarek Masoud Part I. Description, Explanation and Agency: 2. Problems, methods and theories in the study of… Expand
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Using the Qur’ān to Empower Arab Women? Theory and Experimental Evidence From Egypt
T. Masoud, Amaney Jamal, Elizabeth R. Nugent
Sociology
30 March 2016
A growing body of scholarship on the political and economic subordination of women in the Muslim world has argued that widespread patriarchal attitudes toward women’s roles in public life can be… Expand
33 Citations
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Reexamining African Elections
Jason Brownlee, T. Masoud, A. Reynolds, N. Brown, Mieczys
2013
19 Citations
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The Arabs and Islam : The troubled search for legitimacy
T. Masoud
Sociology
1999
Dans de nombreux pays arabes, la politique est dirigee par les regles de l'islam, et les gouvernements doivent faire des negociations qui souvent violent la morale
15 Citations
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Order, Conflict, and Violence: Index
S. Kalyvas, I. Shapiro, T. Masoud
Political Science, Sociology
2008
Preface 1. Introduction: integrating the study of order, conflict, and violence Stathis N. Kalyvas, Ian Shapiro and Tarek Masoud Part I. Creating, Maintaining, and Restoring Order: 2. Probing the… Expand
93 Citations
The Arab Spring: Pathways of Repression and Reform
Jason Brownlee, T. Masoud, A. Reynolds
Political Science
26 April 2015
Introduction: The Third Arab Spring 1. Theorizing the Arab Spring 2. Lineages of Repression 3. Breakdowns and Crackdowns 5. Why Breakdowns Did Not Always Produce Transitions 6. Limits and Legacies of… Expand
48 Citations
From Dynamic Events to Deep Causes: Outcomes and Explanations of the Arab Spring
A. Reynolds, Jason Brownlee, T. Masoud
Sociology
23 April 2015
Attempting to understand the complexities of the Arab Spring is a challenge both methodologically and evidentially. Over a three year period we evolved a problem-driven attempt at theory building and… Expand
2 Citations
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Liberty, Democracy, and Discord in Egypt
T. Masoud
14 September 2011
If hope was the dominant psychology of the protests that unseated Hosni Mubarak, then fear is proving to be that of their aftermath. The unity of the disparate forces that made history during those...
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