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GDADS Wins 2014 Prize in Public Interest Communication Research
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GDADS Wins 2014 Prize in Public Interest Communication Research

The Digital Activism Research Project has been awarded a prize for its work in public interest communications.  Awarded by the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications, the prize is given to research projects that both advance scholarly understanding of social phenomena and tackle issues of interest to the public.  Team member Frank […]

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‘Running battle’: How Google hopes to beat countries cracking down on Internet freedom

NBCNews.com recently used some quotable quotes from me and one of my colleagues at USIP Sheldon Himmelfarb on the new suite of Google tools:. The company that revolutionized Internet search is now unveiling a sort of online underground tunnel — a way for people in restrictive countries like Iran and […]

Social media stew plays potent role in global digital activism
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Social media stew plays potent role in global digital activism

The Washington Times recently did a write up of work I’ve been doing with the Digital Activism Research Project team. The strengths — and drawbacks — of Web-based political organizing have received increasing scrutiny following the popular uprisings after the disputed 2009 Iranian election and the so-called “Facebook Revolution” that toppled longtime Egyptian leader Hosni […]

Symposium Magazine:  When Does Digital Activism Pack a Punch?
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Symposium Magazine: When Does Digital Activism Pack a Punch?

We are starting to disseminate some of the findings from the USIP-supported Digital Activism Research Project.  One of the first pieces on the work is now up with Symposium Magazine: The past few decades have given scholars a rich collection of data that can help them analyze political change, whether […]