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== Readings ==
 
== Readings ==
  
* [http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2011/11/a-new-theory-for-the-foreign-policy-frontier-collaborative-power/249260/ A New Theory for the Foreign Policy Frontier: Collaborative Power]
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* [http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2011/11/a-new-theory-for-the-foreign-policy-frontier-collaborative-power/249260/ Anne-Marie Slaughter, A New Theory for the Foreign Policy Frontier: Collaborative Power]
  
* [http://technosociology.org/?p=566INSERT The #freemona Perfect Storm: Dissent and the Networked Public Sphere]
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* [http://technosociology.org/?p=566INSERT Zeynep Tufekci, The #freemona Perfect Storm: Dissent and the Networked Public Sphere]
  
* [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/publications/2012/exploring_russian_cyberspace Exploring Russian Cyberspace: Digitally-Mediated Collective Action and the Networked Public Sphere]
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* [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/publications/2012/exploring_russian_cyberspace Alexanyan et al, Exploring Russian Cyberspace: Digitally-Mediated Collective Action and the Networked Public Sphere]
  
 
== Additional Resources ==
 
== Additional Resources ==

Revision as of 22:54, 19 March 2012

March 27

Digital tools are seen as playing a major part in political activities and revolutions around the world from the Green Revolution in Iran to the recent events in the Middle East and North Africa. In this class, we'll explore the role of the Internet in political organizing, social movements and popular protests, and the potential impact of digital tools on governance.



Readings

Additional Resources



Class Discussion

March 27: Internet and Democracy Just Johnny 17:11, 15 February 2012 (UTC)

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