Revolutionaries will not be friended: 'owning' activism through social networking
iConference 2011, pp. 89-96, 2012.
Why would a revolutionary work to frame herself in a commercially owned window, allowing anyone, from her family to the police, to scrutinize, monitor, and judge her relationships? This project provides a critique of commercial social networking technologies as an organizational tool for social movements. The authors deepen past critiques...More
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