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Lecture 9

Digital Communication 2001A/B Lecture 9: Digi Comm March 5
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Digital Communication 2001A/B
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Carolyn Guertin

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Black Twitter and Social Activism Free Software, Free Society Richard Stallman Whats the problem with the term Sharing Economy? The language is faulty What is black Twitter? Watchdog, underground form of communication, fights mainstream media A diverse force for social change, loosely coordinated A large network of Black Twitter users A vehicle for conversation within the Black Diaspora A means of redresses the injustices of media representation and media tone deafness Vindication a vehicle for change in the material world Performance and selfidentification through hashtags or retweeting Affirmation Planning of events Is Twitter the underground railroad of activism? Feminista Jones https:www.salon.com20130717how_twitter_fuels_black_activism tools of modern sociopolitical activism AfricanAmericans have historically relied on alternative communication styles and underground means to connect and build networks We use Twitter to disseminate and collect information to create a bigger dialogue Black Twitter has 3 levels of connection Personal community in the material world Thematic notes and conversations on particular topics Connection a meta level with conversations about social media networks and how theyre linked metoo Campaign (Tarana Burke): The power of survivors of sexual assault sharing their stories Twisting Words to Make Sharing Apps Seem Selfless Natasha Singer https:www.nytimes.com20150809technologytwistingwordstomakesharingappss eemselfless.html Sharing has come to denote just about any online venture that connects consumers seeking goods and services with people willing to provide them way of trying to keep the focus on the people who provide the services
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