Factionalism in Social Movements

ebook The Case of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood After 2013 · Politik und Gesellschaft des Nahen Ostens

By Nadia Aboushady

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This research unpacks the reasons of the Muslim Brotherhood's factionalism post-2013 and defines the scope of disagreements within the group, by applying an interactionist approach to factionalism. This approach analyzes the interplay between the macro-, meso-, and micro- dimensions. The research re-constructs the narrative of Muslim Brotherhood's factionalism post-2013, and includes the implicit micro-structural dimensions of the factional process, thereby proposing a more comprehensive narrative to the conflict.

Factionalism in Social Movements