From Tahrir Square to Ferguson: Social Networks as Facilitators of Social Movements
Peter Lang, 2017 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 440 pages
List of Illustrations - Juliet Dee: Introduction - Part One: Middle East - Douglas Fraleigh: The Tunisian Revolution: A Social Movement of Courage Assisted by Social Media - Luciana Garcia de Oliveira/Matheus Cardoso-da-Silva: From Tahrir Square to Facebook and Vice Versa: The Public Sphere, Cyber-Space and the Reach of Post-Revolution in Egypt - Ahmed Al-Rawi: Social Media and the 2014 Hostilities in Iraq - Rauf Arif: Social Networks, Social Movements and the Politico-Cultural Situation of Pakistani Media - Abdelfettah Benchenna & Zineb Majdouli: Between Cyber-Activism and Mobilization: The February 20 Movement in Morocco - Christine Ogan/Yesim Kaptan: Laughing with Tear Gas in Our Eyes: Use of Satirical Humor in the Gezi Park Social Movement in Turkey - Marouf Hasian Jr./Sean Lawson: The Syrian Rebellion and the "First Social Media" War - Part Two: North America - Victoria Carty: How to Interpret the Occupy Wall Street Social Movement in the Context of the Digital Revolution - Ginger M. Loggins/W. Russell Robinson: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: The American Civil Rights Movement Goes Online - Jenn Mackay: "We Are More than 131": The Mexico Student Movement for Free Speech and Political Freedom - Part Three: Europe - Lorenzo Dalvit/Cosimo Marco Scarcelli: The 5 Star Movement and the Promise of eDemocracy in Italy - Marc Perelló-Sobrepere: The Catalan Case: Building a New State from Social Outrage and New Media - Leocadia Díaz Romero: Spain: "The Outraged" - Susan J. Drucker/Gary Gumpert: France Hits the Boulevards: Je Suis Charlie Marches #MarcheRepublicaine - André Haller: A Train Station Divides a Country: The Use of Social Media by Activists during the "Stuttgart 21" Controversy in Germany - Vassilis Vamvakas/Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou: The Online Element in Intermedia Agenda-Setting: The Case of the Greek Indignant Citizens Movement - Bidu Bhusan Dash/K. M. Baharul Islam: The Delhi Rape Case: The Role of Social Media in Protests and Policy Change - Jun Liu: Using Cell Phones to Organize Political Protests in China - Melanie Radue: Networked Flows of Information in Myanmar's Pro-Democracy Movement - Leslie J. Reynard: Activism in the Public Cyber-Sphere:Shahbag Square, Bangladesh
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