[Air-l] Online Activism -- empirical research references?
drpoo at drpooville.org
Wed May 2 05:27:00 PDT 2007
I can not recommend any references, but I can recommend checking out the
latest actions made by the users of Digg.com after the site maintainers
censored articles covering HD-DVD encryption keys. It's very interesting
stuff, just do a quick search and you'll find hundreds of thousands of
references to this incident over just the past few days. Maybe you'll
find it interesting too. Good luck.
Paul DiPerna wrote:
> Dear air-listers,
> Can anyone recommend references for research on online activism?
> particularly relating to social and political movements? I'll
> definitely be grateful for any suggestions on insightful case studies
> and even broader empirical research..
> Paul DiPerna
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