Social Media and the UK Riots: “Twitter Mobs”, “Facebook Mobs”, “Blackberry Mobs” and the Structural Violence of Neoliberalism

The UK riots are not a “Blackberry mob”, not a “Facebook mob” and not a “Twitter mob”; they are the effects of the structure violence of neoliberalism. Capitalism, crisis and class are the main contexts of unrests, uproar and social media today.

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Critical Media and Communication Studies Today: A Conversation between Dwayne Winseck and Christian Fuchs. Part 5.

Critical Media and Communication Studies Today: A Conversation between Dwayne Winseck and Christian Fuchs. Part 5 Mirror posting on Dwayne’s site. The full conversation has also been published as journal article here. Part 1 of the conversation can be found on Christian’s blog here and on Dwayne’s blog here. Part 2 of the conversation can [...]

Critical Media and Communication Studies Today: A Conversation between Dwayne Winseck and Christian Fuchs. Part 4

This is part 4 of a conversation between Dwayne Winseck and Christian Fuchs about Critical Media and Communication Studies Today

Critical Media and Communication Studies Today: A Conversation between Dwayne Winseck and Christian Fuchs. Part 3

This is part 3 of a conversation between Christian Fuchs and Dwayne Winseck about Critical Media and Communication Studies today.

Critical Media and Communication Studies Today: A Conversation between Dwayne Winseck and Christian Fuchs. Part 2

This is part 2 of a conversation between Christian Fuchs and Dwayne Winseck about Critical Media and Communication Studies Today.

Critical Media and Communication Studies Today: A Conversation between Dwayne Winseck and Christian Fuchs. Part 1

This is part 1 if a conversation between Christian Fuchs and Dwayne Winseck about Critical Media and Communication Studies today.