Hello @khaoula, nice to meet you from me too.
I am not sure I understand completely what a bounded reality is. Your Arab Spring angle would appeal a lot to me if I were one of the people processing the application. Your main challenge is to integrate it into the theme:
Starting from the negative vantage point of moments of erosion of societal reason, the objective is to investigate anomies, social pathologies, and regression in social institutions. [...] Our research addresses issues pertaining to crises of “democratic ethos” as well as – in a positive vein ― the foundations of social solidarity in society.
The way I see it, you can claim that the post-Spring period saw a regression in social institutions, just when everyone was expecting progress. What happened? Can you make your bounded reality intuition into a hypothesis? If you can, then you have all the elements: your proposal can attempt to disprove this hypothesis in the context of the post-Spring. Or, "in a positive vein", how the young veterans of the Arab Spring turned to the social economy when the politics became unworkable – we have quite a few people here on Edgeryders that did just that, moved from being politically active to being social innovators.
Best of luck!