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Cyberprotest : new media, citizens, and social movements

Author: Wim B H J van de Donk
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2004.
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"This book critically assess how ICTs are finding their way into the world of social movements, considering overarching issues and providing examples of cyberprotest movements from across the globe. It will be valuable reading for students and academics in politics, media and communication, public administration, sociology and ICT. It will also be of great interest to policy makers and social activists."--Jacket.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wim B H J van de Donk
ISBN: 0415297842 9780415297844 0415297850 9780415297851 9780203644225 0203644220
OCLC Number: 53485142
Description: xix, 316 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction : social movements and ICTs --
2. The quadruple 'A' : media strategies of protest movements since the 1960s --
3. Politicizing Homo economicus : analysis of anti-corporate websites --
4. Informing, communicating and ICTs in contemporary anti-capitalist movements --
5. New media, new movements? The role of the internet in shaping the 'anti-globalization' movement --
6. Communicating global activism : strengths and vulnerabilities of networked politics --
7. Mass media driven mobilization and online protest : ICTs and the pro-East Timor movement in Portugal --
8. ATTAC(k)ing expertise : does the internet really democratize knowledge? --
9. The Dutch women's movement online : internet and the organizational infrastructure of a social movement --
10. Dis@bled people, ICTs and a new age of activism : a Portuguese accessibility special interest group study --
11. The Queer sisters and its electronic bulletin board : a study of the internet for social movement mobilization --
12. Politics and identity in cyberspace : a case study of Australian women in Agriculture online.
Responsibility: edited by Wim van de Donk [and others] ; foreword by Peter Dahlgren.
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