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How Are Mobile Phones Changing Social Media?

How Are Mobile Phones Changing Social Media? | Communication and Technology - by Raj Burli | Scoop.it

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2011: The Year of Social Media Democracy

2011: The Year of Social Media Democracy | Communication and Technology - by Raj Burli | Scoop.it

2011 will be remembered for the rise of social media democracy in countries traditionally ruled by autocratic governments — most notably, the Arab Spring. In regions where official media has been heavily censored for years, the rise of personal access to the Internet and social networks has meant that populist movements now have a voice that can reach the outside world.

 

Representatives of populist discontent were able to adopt and adapt new methods of communication to reach each other and outside sympathizers, often at terrible risk to their own lives and the safety of their families. Social media democracy began to take on a new meaning; a collective voice was now able to document its struggle for the first time.

 

[Original text by Ekaterina Walter published @mashable]


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How the World Uses Social Networks [INFOGRAPHIC]

How the World Uses Social Networks [INFOGRAPHIC] | Communication and Technology - by Raj Burli | Scoop.it

We've taken a look at the social media breakdown of 10 countries -- how they're engaging with social networks, blogs, and Internet culture.


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