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NETWORKING DEMOCRACY?Â Social media innovations and participatory politics
DIGITAL MEDIA AND THE PERSONALIZATION OF COLLECTIVE ACTION:Â Social technology and the organization of protests against the global economic crisis
COMMUNICATION IN MOVEMENT:Â Social movements as agents of participatory democracy
Occupy Online: Facebook and the Spread of Occupy Wall Street
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Social media and social movements: Facebook and an online Guatemalan justice movement that moved offline
Online Organization of an Offline Protest: From Social to Traditional Media and Back
Advocacy 2.0: An Analysis of How Advocacy Groups in the United States Perceive and Use Social Media as Tools for Facilitating Civic Engagement and Collective Action
Talk About a Revolution: Social Media and the MENA Uprisings
Media and the Arab uprisings of 2011: Research notes
‘The internet is here’: emergent coordination and innovation of protest forms in digital culture
Revolutionary Tactics, Media Ecologies, and Repressive States
Political Mobilization Through Online Social Networks
Collectiveaction2.0: The Impact of ICT-Based Social Media on Collective Action â€“ Difference in Degree or Difference in Kind?
Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr as platforms of alternative journalism: The social media account of the 2010 Toronto G20 protests
The Mediated Crowd: New Social Media and New Forms of Rioting
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Bhuiyan, Serajul I., Social Media and Its Effectiveness in the Political Reform Movement in Egypt, Middle East Media Educator, 1(1), 2011, 14-20.
Social media and social movements
The Dynamics of Protest Recruitment through an Online Network
Social Media, Human Rights and Political Change
Arab Revolutions and the Social Media Effect
Social Media in the Arab World:Â Leading up to the Uprisings of 2011
Birds of a Feather Protest Together: Theorizing Self-Organizing Political Protests with Flock Theory
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