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MMC 6612 New Media and a Democratic Society

Fall 2013 Andersen, M. (2009, June 23). Four crowdsourcing lessons from The Guardians (spectacular) expenses-scandal experiment. Available at Nieman Journalism Lab: guardians-spectacular-expenses-scandal-experiment/ Barger, W., & Barney, R. D. (2004). Media-citizen reciprocity as a moral mandate. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 19(3/4), 191206. Berger, J., & Milkman, K. (2012). What makes online content viral? Journal of Marketing Research, 49(2), 192205. doi:10.1509/jmr.10.0353 Brabham, D. C. (2012). Motivations for participation in a crowdsourcing application to improve public engagement in transit planning. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 40(3), 307328. doi:10.1080/00909882.2012.693940 Cho, H., Rivera-Snchez, M., & Lim, S. S. (2009). A multinational study on online privacy: Global concerns and local responses. New Media & Society, 11(3), 395416. doi:10.1177/1461444808101618 Comor, E., & Bean, H. (2012). Americas engagement delusion: Critiquing a public diplomacy consensus. International Communication Gazette, 74(3), 203220. doi:10.1177/1748048511432603 Ekstrm, M. (2008). Research on media and democracy: Reflections on changes and challenges. Nordicom Review, 29(2), 4552. Available: Fuchs, C. (2012). The political economy of privacy on Facebook. Television & New Media, 13(2), 139159. doi:10.1177/1527476411415699 Internet strikes back: Anonymous Operation Megaupload explained (2012, January 20). Available at megaupload-241/ Jnsson, A. M., & rnebring, H. (2011). User-generated content and the news: Empowerment of citizens or interactive illusion? Journalism Practice, 5(2), 127144.

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Lim, M. (2012). Clicks, cabs, and coffee houses: Social media and oppositional movements in Egypt, 20042011. Journal of Communication, 62(2), 231248. doi:10.1111/j.1460-2466.2012.01628.x Lin, W.-Y., Zhang, X., Jung, J.-Y., Kim, Y.-C. (2013). From the wired to wireless generation? Investigating teens Internet use through the mobile phone. Telecommunications Policy, 37, 651661. Lindgren, S., & Lundstrm, R. (2011). Pirate culture and hacktivist mobilization: The cultural and social protocols of #WikiLeaks on Twitter. New Media & Society, 13(6), 9991018. doi:10.1177/1461444811414833 Marwick, A., & boyd, d. (2011). To see and be seen: Celebrity practice on Twitter. Convergence, 17(2), 139158. doi:10.1177/1354856510394539 Poell, T., & Borra, E. (2012). Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr as platforms of alternative journalism: The social media account of the 2010 Toronto G20 protests. Journalism, 13(6), 695713. doi:10.1177/1464884911431533 Richards, N. M. (2013). The dangers of surveillance. Harvard Law Review, 126, 19341965. Available: Shirky, C. (2011). The political power of social media: Technology, the public sphere, and political change. Foreign Affairs, 90(1), 2841. Tacchi, J. (2012). Open content creation: The issues of voice and the challenges of listening. New Media & Society, 14(4), 652668. doi:10.1177/1461444811422431 Wasserman, H. (2011). Mobile phones, popular media, and everyday African democracy: Transmissions and transgressions. Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture, 9(2), 146158. doi:10.1080/15405702.2011.562097 West, A. (2013, July 9). 11 disturbing things Snowden has taught us (so far). Available at GlobalPost: snowden-leaks Wilson, J. (2011). Playing with politics: Political fans and Twitter faking in post-broadcast democracy. Convergence, 17(4), 445461. doi:10.1177/1354856511414348

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