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Video for Change
Video for Change: Impact Toolkit

This toolkit will show you how to design and strategise for impact in your progressive social change initiatives. It is designed for documentary or journalist video-makers, established Video for Change organisations, and nonprofit organisations that are using or thinking about using video to engage their communities.

The Diplomat
China Central Television: A Long-standing Weapon in Beijing’s Arsenal of Repression

Since antigovernment protests began three months ago in Hong Kong, Beijing’s state broadcaster, China Central Television (CCTV), has gone to great lengths to demonize the protesters and mislead both Chinese and international audiences about the nature of the movement.

Taylor and Francis Online
The art of ethnography: the aesthetics or ethics of participation?

If contemporary media culture is characterised by participation and collaboration, then this challenges art to move beyond a mere adoption of Internet terminology

The Guardian
‘Digital welfare state’: big tech allowed to target and surveil the poor, UN is warned

UN’s rapporteur on extreme poverty says in devastating account big tech companies are being allowed to go unregulated in ‘human right free-zones’ and not held accountable
Menggadai Damai di Wamena

Amuk massa yang terjadi di Wamena, ibukota Kabupaten Jayawijaya, Papua, pada 23 September 2019 menyentak rasa kemanusiaan publik. Semua pihak terpukul dan berduka, melihat bagaimana sebuah unjukrasa anti rasisme para pelajar bisa meledak menjadi amuk massa yang menewaskan sedikitnya 42 korban jiwa dan menghancurkan separuh kota terbesar di kawasan pegunungan tengah Papua itu.

New York Times
Twitter’s Flawed Solution to Political Polarization

On social media, encountering opposing views can make people become even more wedded to their own.

Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Commons
News Coverage and Social Protest: How the Media 's Protect Paradigm Exacerbates Social Conflict

Past research on media coverage of social protests has yielded evidence of a protest paradigm: a set of news coverage patterns that typifies mainstream media coverage. This coverage generally disparages protesters and hinders their role as vital actors on the political stage.
The spread of low-credibility content by social bots

Here we analyze 14 million messages spreading 400 thousand articles on Twitter during ten months in 2016 and 2017. We find evidence that social bots played a disproportionate role in spreading articles from low-credibility sources.

Sage Publications
Infrastructural surveillance

This article proposes a new model of privacy: infrastructural surveillance. It departs from Agre’s classic distinction between surveillance and capture by examining the socio echnical claims of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) as requiring totalising surveillance of passengers and environment in order to operate.

North Dakota’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Communicating Effectively With People Who Have A Disability

In this publication you will find suggestions that will help educate people about communicating with people with disabilities.