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How WeChat put the internet in China’s hands Echo Huang | Quartz
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A Lost Cyber Utopia: What Happened To The Soviet Internet?

Alexander Burenkov | Strelka

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History of the International Telecommunication Union: Transnational Techno-diplomacy from the Telegraph to the Internet

Andreas Fickers, Gabriele Balbi | De Gruyter

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The Internet Myth. From the Internet Imaginary to Network Ideologies

Paolo Bory | University of Westminster Press

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Global Internet Interconnection Infrastructure: Materiality, Concealment, and Surveillance in Contemporary Communication

Fernanda R. Rosa | American University

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Geographies of the Internet

Barney Warf | Routledge

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China, Africa, and the Future of the Internet

Iginio Gagliardone | Zed Books

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How to Think about Cyber Sovereignty: the Case of China

Yu Hong | Chinese Journal of Communication

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Networks before the Internet

Grant Bollmer | JCMS: Journal of Cinema and Media Studies

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How Dictators Control the Internet: a Review Essay

Eda Keremoğlu, Nils B. Weidmann | Comparative Political Studies

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The Evolution of Internet Routing: Technical Roots of the Network Society

Bradley Fidler | Internet Histories

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Digital media, political authoritarianism, and Internet controls in Southeast Asia

Aim Sinpeng | Media, Culture & Society

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Rethinking legacies in internet history: Euronet, lost (inter)networks, EU politics

Niels Kerssens | Internet Histories

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China’s globalizing internet: history, power, and governance

Yu Hong, Eric Harwit | Chinese Journal of Communication

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The Internet of Landlords: Digital Platforms and New Mechanisms of Rentier Capitalism

Jathan Sadowski | Antipode

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Networks of Power. Analysing the Evolution of the Danish Internet Infrastructure

Sofie Flensburg, Signe S. Lai | Internet Histories

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Making Surveillance States: Transnational Histories

Robert Heynen, Emily van Der Meulen | University of Toronto Press

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Digital colonialism: US empire and the new imperialism in the Global South

Michael Kwet | Race & Class

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Digital Sovereignty or Digital Colonialism

Renata Ávila Pinto | Internet and Democracy

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Technocrats of the Imagination: Art, Technology, and the Military-Industrial Avant-Garde

John Beck, Ryan Bishop | Duke University Press

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(Big) Data and the North-in-South: Australia’s Informational Imperialism and Digital Colonialism

Monique Mann, Angela Daly | Television & New Media

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The new knowledge politics of digital colonialism

Jason C. Young | Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space

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Technocolonialism: Digital Innovation and Data Practices in the Humanitarian Response to Refugee Crises

Mirca Madianou | Social Media + Society

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Global Digital Capitalism: Mark Zuckerberg in Lagos and the Political Economy of Facebook in Africa

Toks Dele Oyedemi | International Journal of Communication

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Data Epistemologies, The Coloniality of Power, and Resistance

Paola Ricaurte | Television & New Media

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Big Data from the South(s): Beyond Data Universalism

Stefania Milan, Emiliano Treré | Television & New Media

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Access granted: Facebook’s free basics in Africa

Toussaint Nothias | Media, Culture & Society

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Hearts and Mines: The US Empire’s Culture Industry

Tanner Mirrlees | UBC Press

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Decolonizing Data Relations: On the Moral Economyof Data Sharing in Palestinian Refugee Camps

Monika Halkort | Canadian Journal of Communication

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The Great Firewall of China: How to Build and Control an Alternative Version of the Internet

James Griffiths | Zed Books

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Data, dispossession, and Facebook: techno-imperialism and toponymy in gentrifying San Francisco

Erin McElroy | Urban Geography

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Netflix Nations: The Geography of Digital Distribution

Ramon Lobato | Critical Cultural Communication

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Power and diplomacy in the post-liberal cyberspace

André Barrinha, Thomas Renard | International Affairs

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How US-made rules shape internet governance in China

Natasha Tusikov | Internet Policy Review

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A (Select) Political History of the Internet

Madeline Carr | US Power and the Internet in International Relations

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Internet Infrastructure and the Persistent Myth of U.S. Hegemony

Dwayne Winseck | Information, Technology and Control in a Changing World

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US Power and the Internet in International Relations: The Irony of the Information Age

Madeline Carr | Palgrave Macmillan

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Power paradox: how the extension of US infrastructural power abroad diminishes state capacity at home

Linda Weiss, Elizabeth Thurbon | Review of International Political Economy

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Data Imperialism: Disrupting Secondary Data in Platform Economies Through Participatory Regulation

Mark Findlay, Josephine Seah | SMU Centre for AI & Data Governance Research Paper

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Digital Colonialism: South Africa’s Education Transformation in the Shadow of Silicon Valley

Michael Kwet | Yale University – Information Society Project

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1989 At Thirty: A Recast Legacy

Paul Betts | Past & Present

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Bridging the Cyberspace Gap: Washington and Silicon Valley

Adam Segal | Prism

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The US, China, and the Cold War analogy

Yuen Foong Khong | China International Strategy Review

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Think Tank Aesthetics: Midcentury Modernism, the Cold War, and the Neoliberal Present

Pamela M. Lee | MIT Press

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US Foreign Policy in the Middle East: the Logic of Hegemonic Retreat

Sean Yom | Global Policy

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The US, China, and the Cold War analogy

Yuen F. Khong | China International Strategy Review

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‘Connecting the unconnected’: a critical assessment of US satellite Internet services

Matthew Graydon, Lisa Parks | Media, Culture & Society

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Data, dispossession, and Facebook: techno-imperialism and toponymy in gentrifying San Francisco

Erin McElroy | Urban Geography

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Technocracy Meets Populism: The Dominant Technological Imaginary of Silicon Valley

Elisabetta Ferrari | Communication, Culture and Critique

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‘Mightier Than Marx’: Hassoldt Davis and American Cold War Politics in Postwar Ivory Coast

Abou B. Bamba | The International History Review

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From closed world discourse to digital utopianism: the changing face of responsible computing at Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (1981–1992)

Megan Finn, Quinn DuPont | Internet Histories

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Empire of Democracy: The Remaking of the West Since the Cold War

Simon Reid-Henry | Simon & Schuster

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The Russians Are Coming, Again: The First Cold War as Tragedy, the Second as Farce

Jeremy Kuzmarov, John Marciano | Monthly Review

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Building Silicon Valley. Corporate Architecture, Information Technology and Mass Culture in the Digital Age

Lina Malfona | Histories of Postwar Architecture

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Postsocialism and the Tech Boom 2.0: techno-utopics of racial/spatial dispossession

Erin McElroy | Social Identities

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Silicon Valley from the Ground Up: Distinguishing Myth from Reality in the Tech Capital of the World

Ryan Reft | Journal of Urban History

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A New Utopia: A Political History of the Silicon Valley, 1945 to 1995

J. A. Estruth | Enterprise & Society

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Arc of Empire: The Federal Telegraph Company, the U.S. Navy, and the Beginnings of Silicon Valley

Stephen B. Adams | Business History Review

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What’s the Deal? Trump, Fichte’s Closed Commercial State, and the Perverse Dialectic of Neoliberal Risk

Anthony C. Adler | Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences

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Engagement to Rivalry: American Relations with China since the End of the Cold War

Mehmetali Kasim | Journal of Social and Political Sciences

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Always Already Military: Police, Public Safety, and State Violence

Micol Seigel | American Quarterly

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Violence Work: State Power and the Limits of Police

Micol Seigel | Duke University Press

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Insurgent Aesthetics: Security and the Queer Life of the Forever War

Ronak K. Kapadia | Duke University Press

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Race and America’s Long War

Nikhil Pal Singh | University of California Press

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Animal City: The Domestication of America

Andrew A. Robichaud | Harvard University Press

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Illegal: How America’s Lawless Immigration Regime Threatens Us All

Elizabeth F. Cohen | Basic Books

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US Hegemony and the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Consensus, Crisis, and Common Sense

Rubrick Biegon | The Chinese Journal of International Politics

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The New World [Dis] Order in the Complexity of Multi-Polarity: United States of America’s Hegemonic Decline and the Configuration of New Power Patterns

Benjamin M. Rapanyane | Journal of Public Affairs

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Blacklists, Market Enforcement, and the Global Regime to Combat Terrorist Financing

Julia C. Morse | International Organization

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Embedding Capital: Political-Economic History, The United States, and The World

Paul A. Kramer | The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

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The Imperial Origins of American Policing: Militarization and Imperial Feedback in the Early 20th Century

Julian Go | American Journal of Sociology

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Foreign policy begins at home: the local origin of support for US democracy promotion

William Christiansen | International Interactions

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Partner Politics: Russia, China, and the Challenge of Extending US Hegemony after the Cold War

Michael Mastanduno | Security Studies

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The decline of American power and Donald Trump: Reflections on human rights, neoliberalism, and the world order

Salvador Santino F.Regilme Jr. | Geoforum

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Badges without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing

Stuart Schrader | University of California Press

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Beyond the New Deal Order: U.S. Politics From the Great Depression To the Great Recession

Gary Gerstle, Nelson Lichtenstein, Alice O’Connor | University of Pennsylvania Press

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National Security and Policy in America: Immigrants, Crime, and the Securitization of the Border

Francis D. Boateng, Wesley S. McCann | Routledge

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American Foreign Policy Ideology and the International Rule of Law: Contesting Power Through the International Criminal Court

Malcolm Jorgensen | Cambridge University Press

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First Class Passengers on a Sinking Ship: Elite Politics and the Decline of Great Powers

Richard Lachmann | Verso

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In the Shadow of the Cold War: American Foreign Policy From George Bush Sr. To Donald Trump

Timothy J. Lynch | Cambridge University Press

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Did Trump’s Trade War Impact the 2018 Election?

Emily J. Blanchard, Chad P. Bown, Davin Chor | NBER

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The Empire, Trump and Intra-Ruling Class Conflict

Gary Olson | Monthly Review

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On the Edges of Empire. Guadalupe and the Story of America

Timothy Matovina | Commonweal Magazine

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Reflecting on Hong Kong Protests in 2019-2020

Ngai Pun | HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory

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A New Politics From the Left

Conor McCabe | Community Development Journal

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Leaderless rebellion: how social media enables global protests

Gideon Rachman | Financial Times

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The Freedom House Survey for 2019: The Leaderless Struggle for Democracy

Sarah Repucci | Journal of Democracy

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Colonial Migrants at the Heart of Empire: Puerto Rican Workers on U.S. Farms

Ismael García-Colón | University of California Press

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Resurrecting the First Great American Play: Imperial Politics and Colonial Ambitions in Frontier Detroit

Sämi Ludwig | University of Wisconsin Press

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Exit from Hegemony: the Unraveling of the American Global Order

Alexander Cooley, Daniel Nexon | Oxford University Press

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The Picky Eagle: How Democracy and Xenophobia Limited U.S. Territorial Expansion

Richard W. Maass | Cornell University Press

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Guns and Domestic Violence: U.S. & International Human Rights Law Perspectives

Verna L. Williams, Aya Fujimura-Fanselow | Duke University School of Law

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U.S. Foreign Policy in the Age of Trump

Gordon Adams, Michael Lind, Manuel Lafont-Rapnouil | Institut français des relations internationales

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Economic power of the politically powerless in the 2019 Hong Kong pro-democracy movement

Debby Sze Wan Chan, Ngai Pun | Critical Asian Studies

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After Protest: Pathways Beyond Mass Mobilization

Richard Youngs | Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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Corruption and conflagration: (in)justice and protest in Bucharest after the Colectiv fire

Remus Creţan, Thomas O’Brien | Urban Geography

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Developing critical organizational history: Context, practice and implications

Gabrielle Durepos | Organization

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Social Workers in a Modernising Welfare State: Professionals or Street-Level Bureaucrats?

Margo Trappenburg | The British Journal of Social Work

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Solidarity under siege: the crimmigration of activism(s) and protest against border control in Spain

Ana López-Sala, Iker Barbero | European Journal of Criminology

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Weaponized Patriotism and Racial Subtext in Kaepernick’s Aftermath: the Anti-politics of American Sports Fandom

Michael Serazio, Emily Thorson | Television & New Media

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Liquid parties, dense populism

Nadia Urbinati | Philosophy & Social Criticism

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Rethinking neoliberalism, rethinking social movements

Gabriel Chouhy | Social Movement Studies

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Protest Events, Welfare Generosity, and Welfare State Regimes

David Pritchard | Contention

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Articulations of populism and nationalism: the case of the Catalan independence movement

Juan A. R. Casado | European Politics and Society

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Conceptualizing Legal Mobilization: How Should We Understand the Deployment of Legal Strategies?

Emilio Lehoucq, Whitney K. Taylor | Law & Social Inquiry

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Fighting for Their Neighborhood: Urban Policy and Anti-State Riots in France

Michalis Moutselos | Social Forces

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Another Brick in the Wall? Young people, Protest and Nonprotest Claims Making in Nine European Countries

Angelos Loukakis, Martín Portos | American Behavioral Scientist

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Post-Leftism: Contesting Neoliberal Consensus in Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting

Louisa Shen | Scottish Literary Review

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To make what is vertical horizontal: picturing social domination

Eric Triantafillou | Journal of Visual Culture

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Urban austerity and activism: direct action against neoliberal housing policies

Valesca Lima | Housing Studies

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Alternative Action Organizations: Social Solidarity or Political Advocacy?

Marco Giugni, Maria Grasso | American Behavioral Scientist

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Reflecting and acting on datafication – CryptoParties as an example of re-active data activism

Sigrid Kannengießer | Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies

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The Peasant Way of a More than Radical Democracy: the Case of la via Campesina

Sophie V. Redecker, Christian Herzig | Journal of Business Ethics

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The Chilean Student Movement: Challenging Public Memories of Pinochet’s Dictatorship

Manuela B. Rajevic | Mobilization: An International Quarterly

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Alternatives to Resistance? Comparing Depoliticization in Two British Environmental Movement Scenes

Joost Moor | International Journal of Urban and Regional Research

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Black feminist methods of activism are the tool for global social justice and peace

Chris Sheehy, Suryia Nayak | Critical Social Policy

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Movement intellectuals engaging the grassroots: a strategy perspective on the Black Consciousness Movement

Marcus Morgan | The Sociological Review

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Where did the Indignados go? How movement sociality can influence action orientation and ongoing activism after the hype

Leticia P. Galán, Barbara Fersch | Social Movement Studies

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Pierre Bourdieu on social transformation, with particular reference to political and symbolic revolutions

Bridget Fowler | Theory and Society

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Social movements in times of inequalities: Struggling against austerity in Europe

Donatella D. Porta, Martín Portos | Structural Change and Economic Dynamics

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Online Rebellion: Self-Organized Criticality of Contemporary Protest Movements

Dmitry Zhukov | SAGE Open

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The Broken Mythologies of Silicon Valley

Wendy Liu | Tribune

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Social Media, Social Movements: Global Activism in the Digital Age

Sky Croeser | Bloomsbury Academic

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Guerrilla Urbanism: Urban Design and the Practices of Resistance

Jeffrey Hou | URBAN DESIGN International

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French Yellow Vests (Gilets Jaunes): Similarities and Differences with Occupy Movements

Doron Shultziner, Irit S. Kornblit | Sociological Forum

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Anti-Capital for the XXIst Century (on the metacrisis of capitalism and the prospects for radical politics)

Albena Azmanova | Philosophy & Social Criticism

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The Yellow Vests and the Communicative Constitution of a Protest Movement

Jonathan Clifton, Patrice D. L. Broise | Discourse & Communication

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Speaking Power to Power: Grassroots Democracy in the Anti-Fracking Movement in Bulgaria

Nikolay L. Mihaylov | Journal of Community Psychology

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Young Vs Old? Truancy or New Radical Politics? Journalistic Discourses about Social Protests in Relation to the Climate Crisis

Diana Jacobsson | Critical Discourse Studies

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Bureaucratic Land Grabbing for Infrastructural Colonization: Renewable Energy, L’Amassada, and Resistance in Southern France

Alexander Dunlap | Human Geography

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Contesting scale: a space of the political in a post-disaster context

Silje A. Andresen | Political Geography

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Unpacking the Political Effects of Social Movements with a Strong Digital Component: the Case of #Idlenomore in Canada

Emmanuelle Richez | Social Media + Society

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The Institutionalisation of Social Movements: Co-Optation and Democratic Policy-Making

Valesca Lima | Political Studies Review

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Free Riding Rio: Protest, Public Transport and the Politics of a Footboard

Laura Kemmer | City & Society

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Cooperate to Win’: the Influence of the Chilean Student Movement on the 2012 Budget Law

Camila Carvallo | Social Movement Studies

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Shifting Capitalist Critiques: the Discourse about Unionisation in the Hi-Tech Sector

Eran Fisher, Ben Fisher | tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society

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Laying the Foundation for a Commercialized Internet: International Internet Governance in the 1990s

Meghan Grosse | Internet Histories

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Who Owns the Future? Data Trusts, Data Commons, and the Future of Data Ownership

Stuart Mills | Manchester Metropolitan University

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