21 January 2013 (Monday)
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Schneider - The Diaoyu/Senkaku Island Dispute Online - Analyzing Nationalism in
Chinese Digital Networks
de Kloet, Thomas Poell & Zeng Guohua – Will the Real Weibo Please Stand Up?
Chinese Online Contention and Actor-Network Theory
Aouragh - Revolutionary Maneuvering: The Internet as a Blessing and Curse for
Van Leuven – A ‘Facebook Revolution’ in foreign coverage? A quantitative content
analysis of journalists’ sourcing practices during the Arab Spring
Poell – Social media activism
Lovink – Unlike Us: From Critique to Alternatives for Social Media
Guerses – An activist and a consumer meet at an online social network
Witschge - The limits to online dissent
Kluitenberg – A feeling in the air - Preliminary notes on political formation in
hybrid space (after the end of tactical media)
Yang (The Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania): a
leading expert on Chinese online contention, civil society, and the Chinese
Gerbaudo (King’s College London): researcher working on contemporary global
activism, recently published the book Tweets and the Streets
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