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|ISBN:||9780745332482 074533248X 0745332498 9780745332499 9781849648004 184964800X 1849648018 9781849648011 1849648026 9781849648028|
|Description:||vii, 194 p. : ill. ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||'Friendly' reunions: social media and the choreography of assembly --
'We are not guys of comment and like': The revolutionary coalescence of Shabab-al-Facebook --
'We are not on Facebook, we are on the streets!': The harvesting of indignation --
'The hashtag which did (not) start a revolution': The laborious adding up to the 99% --
'Follow me, but don't ask me to lead you!': Liquid organising and choreographic leadership.
'Tweets and the Streets is very timely, not just in terms of addressing the impact of Web 2.0 on social movements and activism, but also in that it addresses and soberly assesses the use of