THE ROLE OF COMPUTER-MEDIATED COMMUNICATION IN PROMOTING ACTIVISM AND REVOLUTIONARY WORK AROUND THE WORLD

 

Editorial

Kimberly C. Harper, Samaa Gamie, and Moe Folk
Editorial for special issue on the role of computer-mediated communication in promoting activism and revolutionary work around the world

Research articles

Cassandra Branham and Stephanie Vie
Women veterans’ advocacy use of social networking: Curating and responding to trolling

Katherine Bridgman
Overcoming the limitations of shared digital spaces: Twitter in the Egyptian Revolution of 2011

Anjana Narayan and Shweta M. Adur
The making of the Dalit human rights movements in the digital age

connexions interviews

Deborah Bosley
The Plain Language Group, Charlotte, NC, USA
transcript | video

Yvonne Eriksson
Mälardalen University, Sweden
transcript | video


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connexions • international professional communication journal (ISSN 2325-6044) is edited by Rosário Durão and Kyle Mattson, and hosted by the Department of Communication, Liberal Arts, and Social Sciences at New Mexico Tech and the School of Communication at the University of Central Arkansas. © 2012–2018 (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).