عنوان مقاله [English]
The region of Middle East and North Africa has endured evolutions and transformations for more than four years, and has changed the regional and international relationship. This region has occupied an important and significant position all over the time. Egypt, among that region and following Tunis, has experienced a series of evolution in which raise questions on changes in political culture and their sources and how these changes influence new political evolutions in future. It seems that growing virtual communication networks in Egypt help the transformation and transition from semi-modern political culture, as the January 25th revolution in 2011 wan a symbol of it. However cultural resistance in side of some actors challenged the post-Mubarak situation, mainly in realization and stabilization of democracy. This paper puts the demographic and cultural structure of Egypt in the center of research and uses the secondary analysis method to analyze the variants and their influence based on the data collected from three field studies which have been done in 2011 in al-Ahram Center.