14. Field theory, media change and the new citizen movements

media/anthropology

This draft article is the fourteenth post in the freedom technologists series.

It is also part of the media and change series.

Field theory, media change and the new citizen movements: the case of Spain’s ‘real democracy turn’, 2011-2014. Forthcoming (see PDF or join the lively discussion of this paper via Academia.edu till 26 March 2015).

Dr John Postill
RMIT University
Melbourne, Australia
23 December 2014

See Update 1 below, 17 Jan 2016 on chess vs. contentious politics (Koopmans 2004)

Introduction – Citizenship, ICTs and social movements – A field-theoretical approach – The 15M field of civic action: “March the streets!” – The 17M field of civic action: “Yes we camp!” – Reverting to unorganised civic space – The 25M subfield of civic action: “Yes we can!” – Discussion – Conclusion.

Abstract

Field theory can help to produce more nuanced analyses of the relationship between media change and…

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