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Caged Cairo: Where Journalism is a Crime

Contributed to documentary on arrested journalists in Egypt.     http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/listeningpost/2014/06/caged-cairo-where-journalism-crime-2014628115412729805.html#.U7EsJtLN28A.twitter

Participation, Civics and Your Next Coffee Maker
Academic Articles / Publications

Participation, Civics and Your Next Coffee Maker

This is the prepublication version of my response to the article by Ethan Zuckerman “New Media, New Civics?” published in Policy & Internet (2014: vol. 6, issue 2).  Final version, with Zuckerman’s essay and other responses, here.   Ethan Zuckerman’s essay on participatory civics offers a nice example of how […]

Data Share:  Percent of Tunisian Blogs With Posts on Politics, By Keyword
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Data Share: Percent of Tunisian Blogs With Posts on Politics, By Keyword

Here are the aggregated numbers for the percent of Tunisian blogs with posts about politics 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 […]

Data Share:  Logged Number of Tweets on #egypt, by Location
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Data Share: Logged Number of Tweets on #egypt, by Location

Here are the aggregated numbers for daily tweets of #egypt at a critical moment during the Egyptian 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 Social Media During […]