Title Authors PublicationYear
CHANGING THE WORLD ONE WEBPAGE AT A TIME: CONCEPTUALIZING AND EXPLAINING INTERNET ACTIVISM Earl,Jennifer;Kimport,Katrina;Prieto,Greg;Rush,Carly;Reynoso,Kimberly 2010 view article
PRIVATE PROTEST? Public and private engagement online Earl,Jennifer 2012 view article
Networks of Outrage and Hope: Social Movements in the Internet Age Earl,Jennifer 2013 view article
THIS PROTEST WILL BE TWEETED: Twitter and protest policing during the Pittsburgh G20 Earl,Jennifer;Hurwitz,HeatherMcKee;Mesinas,AnaliciaMejia;Tolan,Margaret;Arlotti,Ashley 2013 view article
Mobile activism, material imaginings, and the ethics of the edible: Framing political engagement through the Buycott app Eli,Karin;Dolan,Catherine;Schneider,Tanja;Ulijaszek,Stanley 2016 view article
Internet racism, journalism and the principle of public access: ethical challenges for qualitative research into media attractive' court cases Elsrud,Torun;Lalander,Philip;Staaf,Annika 2016 view article
Technology of imagination: a card-based public engagement method for debating emerging technologies Felt,Ulrike;Schumann,Simone;Schwarz,ClaudiaG.;Strassnig,Michael 2014 view article
Unintended consequences: the negative impact of e-mail use on participation and collective identity in two horizontal' social movement groups Fominaya,CristinaFlesher 2016 view article
Online action in campaign 2000: An exploratory analysis of the US political web sphere Foot,KA;Schneider,SM 2002 view article
The Online Emergence of Pushback on Social Media in the United States: A Historical Discourse Analysis Foot,Kirsten 2014 view article