Twitter and tear gas the power and fragility of networked protest is riveting firsthand account and incisive analysis of modern protest revealing internet fueled social movements greatest strengths and frequent challenges written by zeynep tufekci an associate professor at the university of north carolina and a contributing opinion writer at the new york times who is currently . Zeynep tufekci hits the streets to explore the power and fragility of networked protest twitter and tear gas how social media changed wired joins a group of women in tech on their . Twitter and tear gas book read 103 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers the author zeynep tufekci is a turkish woman who has worked at the interface between academia technology and progressive movements for change for a few years now trivia about twitter and tear no trivia or quizzes yet. She describes how the internet helped the zapatista uprisings in mexico the necessity of remote twitter users to organize medical supplies during arab spring the refusal to use bullhorns in the occupy movement that started in new york and the empowering effect of tear gas in istanbuls gezi park
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