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In the Middle East, the relative power of men and women is also very different.

In modern times the Middle East is a culturally, politically, economically, and religious, and strategically sensitive area.

Thus, in this article, although we will draw some general conclusions, in most of our examples we will attempt to specify which of the Middle Eastern groups we are writing about.

Although in the Middle East the Web is subject to more widespread regional restrictions than in any other area of the world, its popularity is increasing exponentially.

In the 5 years from 2007–2012, it grew from 20 to 77 million, a 294% increase, and it is still growing rapidly (Royal Pingdom ).

When all was said and done, we were able to identify a number of papers that assessed people’s attitudes toward computer match making, it’s prevalence, its unique forms in the Middle East, it’s pros and cons, and the impact that it has had and is expected to have on the Middle East.

On occasion we wrote to the authors themselves, asking if they had done more work or knew of more work on this topic that had not appeared on our list.

A little more than 50% of the Middle Eastern population can now tune into to the Web.

Not surprisingly, the use of the Web and social media is especially common among wealthy, young, college educated Middle Easterners.

Surely more studies exist, but we have been unable to find them.

On occasion, when no studies were available for a given country, we were forced to rely on popular magazine and newspaper articles.

Next, we will discuss the reasons why men and women are currently using Internet and social media.