Communications and Social Transformation Master Programme

ILT510 Activism, Digital Activism and Hacktivism References:

Activism

Articles

  1. Andreas Jungherr – The Digiactive Guide to Twitter for Activism
  2. Athina Karatzogianni – Social Movement Theory and Sociopolitical Cyberconflicts – Tenth International Conference on Alternative Futures and Popular Protest Manchester Metropolitan University
  3. Bart Cammaerts – Activism and Media – Reclaiming The Media – Section Four
  4. Brett Lunceford – The Rhetoric of the Web: The Rhetoric of the Streets Revisited Again – Communication Law Review Volume 12, Issue 1
  5. Bryan H. Reber and Jun Kyo Kim (2006) – How Activist Groups Use Websites in Media Relations: Evaluating Online Press Rooms – Journal of Public Relations Research, 18:4, 313-333
  6. Cindy Royal – Introducing Women to the Internet: Digital Discourse in Women’s Magazines
  7. Clive Barnett – Media Transformation and New Practices of Citizenship: The Example of Environmental Activism In Post-Apartheid Durban – Transformation Journal
  8. Dustin Harp, Ingrid Bachmann, Lei Guo – The Whole Online World Is Watching: Profiling Social Networking Sites and Activists in China, Latin America, and the United States – International Journal of Communication 6 (2012), 298–321
  9. Elizabeth Iskander (2011) – Connecting the national and the virtual: can Facebook activism remain relevant after Egypt’s January 25 uprising? – International journal of communication, 5 . pp. 13-15. ISSN 1932-8036
  10. Fiona McPhillips – Internet Activism: Towards A Framework for Emergent Democracy – IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2006
  11. Jeroen Van Laer and Peter Van Aelst (2010) – Internet And Social Movement Action Repertoires – Information, Communication & Society, 13:8, 1146-1171
  12. Joon Soo Lim and Guy J. Golan – Social Media Activism in Response to the Influence of Political Parody Videos on YouTube – Communication Research 2011 38: 710
  13. Marcos Sivitanides – Vivek Shah – The Era of Digital Activism – Conference for Information Systems Applied Research 2011 CONISAR Proceedings
  14. Mary Joyce – Digital Activism Decoded The New Mechanics of Change – Published by: International Debate Education Association
  15. Mathieu O’Neil – Rebels for the System? Virus Writers, General Intellect, Cyberpunk and Criminal Capitalism – Journal of Media & Culture Studies Vol. 20, No. 2, June 2006, pp. 225–241
  16. Milton Mueller, Brenden Kuerbis, Christiane Pagé – Reinventing Media Activism: Public Interest Advocacy in the Making of U.S. Communication-Information Policy, 1960-2002 – Final Report – July 15, 2004
  17. Nel Ruigrok – From Journalism of Activism Towards Journalism of Accountability – The International Communication Gazette, 1748-0485; Vol. 72(1): 85–90
  18. Patti McLetchie – Activism and Emerging Media – 04 December 2011
  19. Philip M. Napoli – Public Interest Media Activism and Advocacy as a Social Movement: A Review of the Literature
  20. Robert Hackett and Megan Adam (1999) – Is media democratization a social movement? – Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 11:1, 125-131
  21. Sahar Khamis and Katherine Vaughn – Cyberactivism in the Egyptian Revolution: How Civic Engagement and Citizen Journalism Tilted the Balance – Issue 14 of Arab Media and Society, Summer 2011
  22. Summer Harlow – Social Change and Social Media: Latin American Activists’ Use of Digital Tools in the Face of the Digital Divide – 2012 Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, California, May 23-26, 2012
  23. Susanna Paasonen – Revisiting Cyberfeminism – Communications 36 (2011), 335-352
  24. Tamar Ashuri – Activist Journalism: Using Digital Technologies and Undermining Structures – Communication, Culture & Critique 5 (2012) 38–56
  25. Thomas Olesen (2008) – Activist Journalism? – Journalism Practice, 2:2, 245-263
  26. Vinay Lal – Virtual Terrorism: How Modern Terrorists Use the Internet
  27. Vince Carducci – Culture Jamming – Journal Of Consumer Culture.

Links

  1. David D. Burstein – The New York Times’s Nick Kristof On Journalism In A Digital World And The Age Of Activism – January 10, 2012
  2. Evgeny Morozov – Facebook and Twitter Are Just Places Revolutionaries Go – 7 March 2011
  3. Golnaz Esfandiari – The Twitter Devolution – June 7, 2010
  4. Haiyan Wang – The return of activist journalism in China – July 15, 2012 – Financial Times –
  5. Jonny Jones – Social Media and Social Movements – Issue: 130 – 4 April 2011
  6. Malcolm Gladwell – Twitter, Facebook, and Social Activism – October 4, 2010
  7. Maryam Mohammed Jaafar – Iraqi Bloggers and Social Media Activists Speak Up For Their Country – December 1, 2011
  8. Media Ethics is now Media Activism – Center for Journalism Ethics – School of Journalism and Mass Communication – University of Wisconsin-Madison – May 10, 2012
  9. Paola D’Orazio – Global Voices: Cyber-Activism and Citizen Participation – 6 marzo 2012
  10. Robin Jacks – On Journalism and Activism- Drawing Lines And Acting Accordingly – November 30, 2011
  11. Shahid Abbasi – Social Media’s Role In Pakistan: What Bloggers & Journalists Think – Jul 28th, 2012
  12. Susan Dabbous – No Rest for Cyber Activists –  June 2012
  13. John Perry Barlow –  A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace – EFF – Davos, Switzerland – February 8, 1996

Hacktivism

Books

  1. Gabriella Coleman – Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking – Princeton University Press (November 12, 2012) – Download Coding Freedom here. It is licensed under a Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-ND 2.5)
  2. Parmy Olson – We Are Anonymous: Inside the Hacker World of LulzSec, Anonymous, and the Global Cyber Insurgency – Little, Brown and Company (June 5, 2012)
  3. Tim Jordan – Activism!: Direct Action, Hacktivism and the Future of Society –  Reaktion Books – 2004
  4. Tim Jordan and Paul A. Taylor – Hacktivism and Cyberwars Rebels with a cause? – Routledge 2004

Articles

  1. Alexander E. Voiskounsky – Web Plagiarism: Empirical Study – Psychology in Russia: State of the Art – 2009
  2. Alexandra Samuel – Digital Disobedience: Hacktivism In Political Context – The Internet as Agent of Change: Bridging Barriers to Cultural, Political and Activist Discourse – at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA, August 29 – September 2, 2001.
  3. Barney Warf – Google Bombs, Warblogs, and Hacktivism – Nonkilling Geography – Edited by James Tyner and Joshua Inwood – p.127
  4. Bertrand Gauguet – For A Community Hacktivism of Art – Parachute issue 102 – 2001
  5. Brian Alleyne – “We are all hackers now”: critical sociological reflections on the hacking phenomenon – Under Review, pp.1-32. Goldsmiths Research Online.
  6. cDc – Cult of the Dead Cow – Hacktivismo Declaration
  7. Cyrus Farivar – A Brief Examination of Media Coverage of Cyberattacks (2007 – 2009) – Cryptology and Information Security Series Volume 3, 2009
  8. Dorothy E. Denning – Activism, Hacktivism, and Cyberterrorism: The Internet as a Tool for Influencing Foreign Policy – Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy – Chapter 8
  9. Eric Sembrat – Hacktivism How to Respond and Build Around Hacker Communities – IS 8300 – Disaster Recovery and Contingency Planning Fall 2011 October 21, 2011
  10. Eric Sterner – Wikileaks and Cyberspace Cultures in Conflict –  George C. Marshall Institute – February 2011
  11. Fawzia Cassim – Addressing The Spectre Of Cyber Terrorism: A Comparative Perspective – PER / PELJ 2012(15)2
  12. François Paget – Hacktivism: Cyberspace has become the new medium for political voices – McAfee 2012
  13. Giorel Curran, Morgan Gibson – WikiLeaks, Anarchism and Technologies of Dissent – Antipode Vol. 00 No. 0 2012 ISSN 0066-4812, pp 1–21
  14. Jon McKenzie – Hacktivism and Machinic Performance – Performance Paradigm 1 (March 2005)
  15. Joshua McLaurin – Making Cyberspace Safe for Democracy: The Challenge Posed by Denial-of-Service Attacks
  16. Julie L.C. Thomas – Ethics of Hacktivism – SANS Institute 2000 – 2002
  17. Kay Hearn, Rachel J. Mahncke, Patricia A. Williams – Culture Jamming: From Activism to Hacktivism – Proceedings of the 10th Australian Information Warfare and Security Conference, Edith Cowan University, Perth Western Australia, 1st-3rd December, 2009
  18. Kenneth Einar Himma – Hacking as Politically Motivated Digital Civil Disobedience: Is Hacktivism Morally Justified?
  19. Mark Milone – Hacktivism: Securing the National Infrastructure – Knowledge, Technology, & Policy, Spring 2003, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 75-103.
  20. Maura Conway – Hackers as Terrorists? Why it Doesn’t Compute – Computer Fraud and Security
  21. metac0m – What Is Hacktivism? 2.0 – The TheHacktivist.com 2000-2004
  22. Michael de Crespigny – Building cyber-resilience to tackle threats – Network Security April 2012
  23. Noah C.N. Hampson – Hacktivism, Anonymous and A New Breed of Protest In A Networked World
  24. Nofia Fitri – Democracy Discourses through the Internet Communication: Understanding the Hacktivism for the Global Changing – Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies Volume: 1 – Issue: 2 – April – 2011
  25. Oxblood Ruffin – Hacktivism, From Here to There – cDc Cult of the Dead Cow – March 28, 2004 at Yale Law School as part of the CyberCrime and Digital Law Enforcement Conference – Also can be reached at http://www.cultdeadcow.com/cDc_files/cDc-0384.php
  26. Peter Ludlow – WikiLeaks and Hacktivist Culture – The Nation, October 4, 2010
  27. Stefan Wray – Electronic Civil Disobedience and The World Wide Web of Hacktivism
  28. Steve Mansfield-Devine – Anonymous: serious threat or mere annoyance? –  Network Security January 2011
  29. Steve Mansfield-Devine – Hacktivism: Assessing The Damage – Network Security August 2011
  30. Thomas J. Holt – The Attack Dynamics of Political and Religiously Motivated Hackers – Proceedings of the Cyber Infrastructure Protection Conference, City University of New York. June 4-5, 2009.
  31. Tim Jordan – Mapping Hacktivism: Mass Virtual Direct Action (MVDA), Individual Virtual Direct Action (IVDA) And Cyber-wars – Computer Fraud and Security
  32. Trend Micro – Even Governments Are Not Immune To Hacktivism – Security Spotlight February 8, 2010
  33. Vlad Jecan – Hacking Hollywood: discussing hackers’ reactions to three popular films – Journal of Media Research, 2(10)/2011, pp. 95-114
  34. Will Ramsdell – Hackers and the Digital Sublime – Philosophy 191

Documentaries

BBC The Century of the Self – 4 Episodes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7EwXmxpExw

Michael Moore – Capitalism: A Love Story (Trailer)

Occupation 101

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_jvXnPG9Xc

We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists (Older Version)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqSr_0lottU

We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists (Newer Version)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RE0CPe7t82M
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