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Bibliography: Media and Social Movements

Further reading

  • Davidsen, C. (2011). “Amazon Struggles in the Global Media Age. The Framing and Discourse of Socio-Environmental Conflict”. In: S. Cottle, L. Lester (eds.) Transnational Protests and the Media, pp. 172-185. Oxford: Peter Lang.
  • Earl, J. (2016) ‘Protest Online. Theorizing the Consequences of Online Engagement’, in L. Bosi, M. Giugni and K. Uba (eds) The Consequences of Social Movements. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 363–400.
  • George, J., & Leidner, D. (2019). From clicktivism to hacktivism: Understanding digital activism. Information and Organization 29(3).
  • Gerbaudo, P. & Trere, E. (2015) ‘In Search of the “We” of Social Media Activism: Introduction to the Special Issue on Social Media and Protest Identities’, Information, Communication & Society, vol. 18, no. 8, pp. 865–71.
  • Harlow, S. (2017). Liberation Technology in El Salvador: Re-Appropriating Social Media among Alternative Media Projects. Springer International Publishing AG.
  • Mattoni, A., Berdnikovs, A., Ardizzoni, M. & Cox, L. (2010) ‘Voices of Dissent: Activists’ Engagements in the Creation of Alternative, Autonomous, Radical and Independent Media’, Interface: A Journal for and About Social Movements, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 1–22.
  • Kowalchuk, L. (2009). “Can Movement Tactics Influence Media Coverage? Health-Care Struggle in the Salvadoran News”, Latin American Research Review, 44(2): 109–135.
  • McCammon, H. J., Sanders Muse, C., Newman, H. D. & Terrel, T. M. (2007) ‘Movement Framing and Discursive Opportunity Structures: The Political Success of the U.S. Women’s Jury Movements’, American Sociological Review, vol. 72, pp. 725–49.
  • McPherson, E. (2017). Social Media and Human Rights Advocacy. In H. Tumber & S. Waisbord, eds. The Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights. London: Routledge.
  • Morozov, E. (2009) ‘Why Promoting Democracy via the Internet Is Often Not a Good Idea’, Foreign Policy, 24 April.
  • Pavan, E. (2017). ‘The Integrative Power of Online Collective Action Networks beyond Protest. Exploring Social Media Use in the Process of Institutionalization’, Social Movement Studies, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 433–46.