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[liberationtech] references?

Griffin Boyce griffinboyce at gmail.com
Sat Jul 30 12:19:32 PDT 2011


Hi Dr. Pearce,

While it may not be a perfect solution, a good first step might be to map
out the internet penetration in various authoritarian countries.  Then,
compare recent events.  There was such an infographic in February, but I
haven't been able to locate it.

Best,
Griffin Boyce


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On Sat, Jul 30, 2011 at 2:42 PM, Katy E. Pearce <kpearce at umail.ucsb.edu>wrote:

> Hi all.****
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> I’m working on a piece about the relationship (or not) between frequent
> Internet use and (social) support for activism, in authoritarian societies.
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> Any references would be welcome and, of course, I’d be happy to share the
> complete list with you.****
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> (Speaking of which, does LT have a Mendeley group?)****
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> Thanks,****
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> Katy Pearce, PhD****
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> Department of Communication****
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> University of California, Santa Barbara****
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> @katypearce****
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> Katypearce.net
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