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Bibliography: The Media and Social Movements

Further reading

  • Bob, C., 2001. Marketing Rebellion: Insurgent Groups, International Media, and NGO Support. International Politics, 38, pp.311–334.
  • Froehling, O., 1997. The Cyberspace “War of Ink and Internet” in Chiapas, Mexico. Geographical Review, 87(2), pp.291–307.
  • García, R.G. & Treré, E., 2014. The #YoSoy132 movement and the struggle for media democratization in Mexico. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, p.1354856514541744.
  • Lomnitz, C., 2014. Mexico’s First Lynching: Sovereignty, Criminality, Moral Panic, Critical Historical Studies, 1:1, pp. 85-123.
  • McPherson, E., 2015. Advocacy Organizations’ Evaluation of Social Media Information for NGO Journalism: The Evidence and Engagement Models. American Behavioral Scientist, 59(1), pp.124–148.
  • Pearce, K.E. & Kendzior, S., 2012. Networked Authoritarianism and Social Media in Azerbaijan. Journal of Communication, 62(2), pp.283–298.
  • Red, M., 2013. Rocking the Vote in Mexico’s 2012 Presidential Election: Mexico’s Popular Music Scene’s Use of Social Media in a Post–Arab Spring Context. International Journal of Communication, 7(0), p.15.
  • Thrall, A.T., Stecula, D. & Sweet, D., 2014. May We Have Your Attention Please? Human-Rights NGOs and the Problem of Global Communication. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 19(2), pp.135–159.
  • Waisbord, S., 2015. El Optimismo Digi-Activista y sus Problemas. In A. Amado & O. Rincón, eds. La Comunicación en Mutación. Bogotá, Colombia: Fundación Ebert, pp. 75–86.