​ Please share your “a-ha” moments from the videos and readings.

Please share your “a-ha” moments from the videos and readings. Provide at least two quotes with a page number. (this way your classmates can also reference back to the article and further understand the context of the quote).

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Respond thoughtfully to a topic from your own experience/observation. Provide links and resources related to the topic that would be of interest to other participants. Raise a thought-provoking question related to the topic. Finally comment on at least two of your classmates’ posts, engage them in a thoughtful way.

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How Obama’s Internet Campaign changed politics? (Links to an external site.)

Trouble with twittering

In the first commentary article, students should pay attention to the term “citizen journalism.” They will be asked to explore a case study of citizen journalism as exemplified by the Mumbai attack that took place in India

New media and internet activism

In this article, students will learn about how blogging can create a forum for sharing one’s opinions. Reflect on this author’s claims and try to connect with your own experience of blogging. What type of blogging cultures are you experiencing now?

Choi_Sujin & Han Woo Park (An Exploratory Approach to a twitter-based community centered on a political goal in South Korea)

In this article, the authors ask if Twitter an be a tool of mobilization for online activism in South Korea. What are the authors’ conclusions?

Andn-Papadopoulos Kari

In this article, reflect on how mobile camera phones now function as digital activism.

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How Social Media is Changing the News: Xavier Damman at TEDxBrussels (Links to an external site.)

Global Perspectives: Social Media and Politics (Links to an external site.)