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#Forward!: Twitter as Citizen Journalism in the Wisconsin Labor Protests
Unformatted Document Text:  Twitter
and
the
Wisconsin
Labor
Protests

 
 28
 Americans
Spending
More
Time
Following
the
News
(2010).
Washington,
DC:
The
 Pew
Research
Center
for
the
People
&
the
Press.
 Atton,
C.
(2002).
Alternative
media:
Sage
Publications
Ltd.
Barry,
E.
(2009,
April
8,
2009).
Protests
in
Moldova
Explode,
With
Help
of
Twitter.
 New
York
Times,
p.
A1.
 Bauer,
S.
(2011).
Wis.
governor
wants
to
cut
union
rights
in
budget.
Associated
Press.
 Retrieved
from
 http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110211/ap_on_re_us/us_wisconsin_budget_woes
 Bédoyan,
I.,
Aelst,
P.
V.,
&
Walgrave,
S.
(2004).
Limitations
and
possibilities
of
 transnational
mobilization:
the
case
of
EU
Summit
protesters
in
Brussels,
2001.
Mobilization:
An
International
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9(1),
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B.
(1998).
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Internet
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Political
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Populism,
Community,
 and
Accelerated
Pluralism.
Polity,
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B.,
Flanagin,
A.
J.,
&
Stohl,
C.
(2005).
Reconceptualizing
Collective
Action
in
 the
Contemporary
Media
Environment.
Communication
Theory,
15(4),
365‐388.
 Boudreau,
J.
(2011).
Internet
technology
a
tool
for
political
change
in
Arab
world.
 SiliconValley.com.
Retrieved
from
http://www.siliconvalley.com/the‐valley/ci_17220727
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S.,
&
Willis,
C.
(2003).
We
media:
How
audiences
are
shaping
the
future
of
 news
and
information.
Reston,
VA:
The
Media
Center
at
the
American
Press
Institute.
 Burns,
A.,
&
Eltham,
B.
(2009,
November
19‐20,
2009).
Twitter
Free
Iran:
An
 Evaluation
of
Twitter's
Role
in
Public
Diplomacy
and
Information
Operations
in
 Iran's
2009
Election
Crisis.
Paper
presented
at
the
Communications
Policy
&
Research
Forum
2009,
Sydney,
Australia.
 Carpenter,
S.
(2008a).
How
online
citizen
journalism
publications
and
online
 newspapers
utilize
the
objectivity
standard
and
rely
on
external
sources.
Journalism
&
Mass
Communication
Quarterly,
85(3),
531‐548.
 Carpenter,
S.
(2008b).
Mobilizing
the
Public:
An
Examination
of
How
Well
U.S.
Online
 Newspaper
and
Citizen
Journalists
Promote
Community
Engagement.
Paper
presented
at
the
94th
Annual
Convention
of
the
National
Communication
 Association.

 Cohen,
J.,
&
Cohen,
P.
(1975).
Applied
Multiple
Regression/Correlation
Analysis
For
 the
Behavioral
Sciences
(2nd
ed.).
Hillsdale,
NJ:
Lawrence
Erlbaum
Associates.
 Coursaris,
C.
K.,
Yun,
Y.,
&
Sung,
J.
(2010,
June
13‐15,
2010).
Twitter
Users
vs.
 Quitters:
A
Uses
and
Gratifications
and
Diffusion
of
Innovations
Approach
in
 Understanding
the
Role
of
Mobility
in
Microblogging.
Paper
presented
at
the
2010
Ninth
International
Conference
on
Mobile
Business
/
2010
Ninth
Global
Mobility
Roundtable,
Athens,
Greece.
 Coyer,
K.,
Dowmunt,
T.,
&
Fountain,
A.
(2007).
The
alternative
media
handbook:
 Routledge.
 Diani,
M.
(2000).
Social
Movement
Networks
Virtual
and
Real.
Information,
 Communication
&
Society,
3(3),
386‐401.


Authors: Veenstra, Aaron., Iyer, Narayanan., Bansal, Namrata., Hossain, Mohammad., Park, Jiwoo. and Hong, Jiachun.
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Twitter
and
the
Wisconsin
Labor
Protests


28

Americans
Spending
More
Time
Following
the
News
(2010).
Washington,
DC:
The

Pew
Research
Center
for
the
People
&
the
Press.

Atton,
C.
(2002).
Alternative
media:
Sage
Publications
Ltd.

Barry,
E.
(2009,
April
8,
2009).
Protests
in
Moldova
Explode,
With
Help
of
Twitter.

New
York
Times,
p.
A1.

Bauer,
S.
(2011).
Wis.
governor
wants
to
cut
union
rights
in
budget.
Associated
Press.

Retrieved
from

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110211/ap_on_re_us/us_wisconsin_budget_
woes

Bédoyan,
I.,
Aelst,
P.
V.,
&
Walgrave,
S.
(2004).
Limitations
and
possibilities
of

transnational
mobilization:
the
case
of
EU
Summit
protesters
in
Brussels,

2001.
Mobilization:
An
International
Quarterly,
9(1),
39‐54.

Bimber,
B.
(1998).
The
Internet
and
Political
Transformation:
Populism,
Community,

and
Accelerated
Pluralism.
Polity,
31(1),
133‐160.

Bimber,
B.,
Flanagin,
A.
J.,
&
Stohl,
C.
(2005).
Reconceptualizing
Collective
Action
in

the
Contemporary
Media
Environment.
Communication
Theory,
15(4),
365‐
388.

Boudreau,
J.
(2011).
Internet
technology
a
tool
for
political
change
in
Arab
world.

SiliconValley.com.
Retrieved
from
http://www.siliconvalley.com/the‐
valley/ci_17220727

Bowman,
S.,
&
Willis,
C.
(2003).
We
media:
How
audiences
are
shaping
the
future
of

news
and
information.
Reston,
VA:
The
Media
Center
at
the
American
Press

Institute.

Burns,
A.,
&
Eltham,
B.
(2009,
November
19‐20,
2009).
Twitter
Free
Iran:
An

Evaluation
of
Twitter's
Role
in
Public
Diplomacy
and
Information
Operations
in

Iran's
2009
Election
Crisis.
Paper
presented
at
the
Communications
Policy
&

Research
Forum
2009,
Sydney,
Australia.

Carpenter,
S.
(2008a).
How
online
citizen
journalism
publications
and
online

newspapers
utilize
the
objectivity
standard
and
rely
on
external
sources.

Journalism
&
Mass
Communication
Quarterly,
85(3),
531‐548.

Carpenter,
S.
(2008b).
Mobilizing
the
Public:
An
Examination
of
How
Well
U.S.
Online

Newspaper
and
Citizen
Journalists
Promote
Community
Engagement.
Paper

presented
at
the
94th
Annual
Convention
of
the
National
Communication

Association.


Cohen,
J.,
&
Cohen,
P.
(1975).
Applied
Multiple
Regression/Correlation
Analysis
For

the
Behavioral
Sciences
(2nd
ed.).
Hillsdale,
NJ:
Lawrence
Erlbaum
Associates.

Coursaris,
C.
K.,
Yun,
Y.,
&
Sung,
J.
(2010,
June
13‐15,
2010).
Twitter
Users
vs.

Quitters:
A
Uses
and
Gratifications
and
Diffusion
of
Innovations
Approach
in

Understanding
the
Role
of
Mobility
in
Microblogging.
Paper
presented
at
the

2010
Ninth
International
Conference
on
Mobile
Business
/
2010
Ninth
Global

Mobility
Roundtable,
Athens,
Greece.

Coyer,
K.,
Dowmunt,
T.,
&
Fountain,
A.
(2007).
The
alternative
media
handbook:

Routledge.

Diani,
M.
(2000).
Social
Movement
Networks
Virtual
and
Real.
Information,

Communication
&
Society,
3(3),
386‐401.



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