Tag Archives: cybercultures

Local voices to global audiences | Social media and online activism

  Social media has change the way the world communicates, making it easier to mobilize for collective action (Woldsfeld et al 2013). With technology as the driving force of online activism, social networks roles are to mobilise, coordinate and disseminate … Continue reading

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Console Cowboys | The Representation of Hackers in the Media

Trending on from the net culture of the 90s was an outbreak of exploratory sub-cultures, leading to the development of online communities, often idealists, even hippy in nature. Hacking emerged as an online community creating an ethos of individual empowerment … Continue reading

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