Post Tagged with: "Original Data"

Data Share: Daily Tweets of #sidibouzid, by Location
Data / Original Data

Data Share: Daily Tweets of #sidibouzid, by Location

Here are the aggregated numbers for daily tweets of #sidibouzid at a critical moment during the Tunisian uprising of early 2011.  This information is analyzed in the report Howard, Philip N., and Aiden Duffy, Deen Freelon, Muzammil Hussain, Will Mari, and Marwa Mazaid. “Opening Closed Regimes: What Was the Role of […]

Data Share:  When Do States Disconnect Digital Networks? 1985-2011
Data / Original Data

Data Share: When Do States Disconnect Digital Networks? 1985-2011

Here is the original event data set we built for (known) incidents when a government interfered with its information infrastructure for political reasons.  Its now a few years out of date so in sharing it I hope others might be interested in keeping up this line of research. When do […]

What Makes a Successful Digital Activist?
In The News / interviews / Podcast, Radio, Audio

What Makes a Successful Digital Activist?

Interviewed by Ross Reynolds for KUOW-NPR show The Record about digital activism and the recent project findings. Hear the full interview.

Digital Activism and Non Violent Conflict
Policy Papers / Publications

Digital Activism and Non Violent Conflict

In order to analyze the relationships between digital activism and non violent conflict, we investigated thousands of campaigns from around the world and assembled protest event data more comprehensive than any previously collected. We define a digital activism campaign as an organized public effort, making collective claim(s) on a target […]