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|Title: ||Intercreativity: Mapping Online Activism|
|Author(s): ||Meikle, Graham|
|Contact Email: ||email@example.com|
|Editor(s): ||Hunsinger, J|
Klastrup, L; Matthew A.
|Citation: ||Meikle G (2010) Intercreativity: Mapping Online Activism. In: Hunsinger J,
Klastrup L; Matthew A. (ed.). International Handbook of Internet Research,
Dortrecht: Springer, pp. 363-377.|
|Issue Date: ||2010|
|Abstract: ||How do activists use the Internet? This chapter maps a wide range of activist
practice and research by applying and developing Tim Berners-Lee's concept of
‘intercreativity' (1999). It identifies four dimensions of Net activism:
intercreative texts, tactics, strategies and networks. It develops these through
examples of manifestations of Net activism around one cluster of issues: support
campaigns for refugees and asylum seeker|
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|Affiliation: ||Communications, Media and Culture|
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