[Air-l] social movements / social software
Ted M Coopman
coopman at u.washington.edu
Mon Apr 17 17:14:45 PDT 2006
I will shamelessly plug myself here with my own 2003 Air online social movements paper:
Coopman, T. M. (2005) Dissentworks: Identity and emergent dissent as network structure. In Matthew Allen & Mia Consalvo (eds.). 2nd Internet Research Annual. Peter Lang.
Continuing with more flagrant self promotion:
I have a paper I presented at NCA and is in submission, Weak is the New Strong: Weak Ties, Communication Networks, and Collective Action if the fellow grad student is interested I'll send a copy.
Also recommending the edited volume:
Diani & McAdam (eds.)(2003). Social movements and networks: Relational approaches to collective action. New York: Oxford University Press.
Especially the Mische, A. chapter, Cross-talk in movements: Reconceiving the culture-network link.
Ted M. Coopman
Department of Communication
University of Washington
On Mon, 17 Apr 2006, Denise N. Rall wrote:
> Apologies if this has already been posted, but I saw
> this presentation at AoIR, Toronto, and I believe this
> won a "best student paper" award -
> Ryan, Sherida (2003). Don't trust anyone outside your
> pack: Initial trust formation in an online social
> activist network. Internet Research 4.0: Broadening
> the Band, Totonto, Canada, Association of Internet
> Cheers, Denise
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