Against the Grain: Internet-Fueled Protest

By C.S. Soong
Against the Grain

vanstekelenburg_future coverYes, the Internet has made political organizing easier -- but has it actually created new reasons to protest? In other words, have digital technologies not just facilitated protest but added to why people take action? Francesca Polletta argues that the Internet has forged new grievances and has redrawn the boundary between public and private.

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