(2014) Digital Dissidence & Political Change: Cyberactivism
and Citizen Journalism in Egypt.
is generally defined as the active engagement of individuals within information-based networks built in computer-mediated environments (e.g.
Sahar Khamis y Katherine Vaughn, "Cyberactivism
in the Egyptian Revolution: How Civic Engagement and Citizen Journalism Tilted the Balance" en Arab Media and Society, num.
the possibility of indigenous cyberactivism
as a critical force to
71, 72 (Martha McCaughey & Michael D.
: Consumer Strategies for Addressing Privacy Concerns.
Ayers, 'The Cyberactivism
of a Dangermouse', in Michael D.
Web-based Peaceful Tomorrows, Win Without War, and MoveOn are some of the primary antiwar online SMOs that provide leading outlets of cyberactivism
dedicated to activating a broad, global movement toward peace and justice.
falls within the same moral grey area as conventional activism--how far ethically can one group promote their aims before the detriment of others or society in general begins?
In Asian Cyberactivism
: Freedom of Expression and Media Censorship, edited by Steven Gan, James Gomez, and Uwe Johannen.
Other stories introduce less-considered options (such as Starhawk's call for a spiritual paradigm shift and Laura D'Amelio's report on radical cyberactivism
) or weigh the merits and deficiencies of possible approaches to dealing with a difficult challenge (Danny Bradbury's consideration of responses to US agricultural dumping in Mexico).