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and
the
Wisconsin
Labor
Protests

 
 29
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J.
A.
(2001).
Can
Public
Radio
Journalism
By
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Draw
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Of
Bargaining
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Berelson,
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J.
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Mitzman,
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O'Neil,
R.
M.
(1977).
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Ghosh,
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(2010,
May
23‐26,
2010).
Information
contagion:
An
 empirical
study
of
the
spread
of
news
on
Digg
and
Twitter
social
networks.
Paper
presented
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the
Fourth
International
AAAI
Conference
on
Weblogs
and
Social
Media,
Washington,
DC.
 Levine,
A.
(2011).
"Pearl
Harbor
of
Workers'
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Unions
Launch
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Next?
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Retrieved
from


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Twitter
and
the
Wisconsin
Labor
Protests


29

Dvorkin,
J.
A.
(2001).
Can
Public
Radio
Journalism
By
Re‐Invented?
Retrieved
from

http://www.npr.org/yourturn/ombudsman/2001/010705.html

Epstein,
B.,
&
Kraft,
R.
(2010).
Why
Less
is
Doing
More:
The
Political
Uses,
Influence,

and
Potential
of
Twitter.
Paper
presented
at
the
Annual
Meeting
of
the

Southern
Political
Science
Association.


Farhi,
P.
(2009).
The
Twitter
Explosion.
American
Journalism
Review,
31(3),
26‐31.

Fisher,
D.
R.,
&
Boekkooi,
M.
(2010).
Mobilizing
Friends
and
Strangers.
Information,

Communication
&
Society,
13(2),
193‐208.

Fisher,
D.
R.,
Stanley,
K.,
Berman,
D.,
&
Neff,
G.
(2005).
How
Do
Organizations

Matter?
Mobilization
and
Support
for
Participants
at
Five
Globalization

Protests.
Social
Problems,
52(1),
102‐121.

Godwin‐Jones,
R.
(2008).
Emerging
Technologies
‐
Mobile‐Computing
Trends:

Lighter,
Faster,
Smarter.
Language
Learning
&
Technology,
12(3),
3‐9.

Hermida,
A.
(2010).
Twittering
the
news:
The
emergence
of
ambient
journalism.

Journalism
Practice,
4(3),
297‐308.

Hwang,
H.,
Schmierbach,
M.,
Paek,
H.‐J.,
Gil
de
Zúñiga,
H.,
&
Shah,
D.
V.
(2006).
Media

Dissociation,
Internet
Use,
and
Antiwar
Participation:
A
Case
Study
of

Political
Dissent
and
Action
Against
the
War
in
Iraq.
Mass
Communication
&

Society,
9(4),
461‐483.

Iran’s
Twitter
revolution
(2009,
July
16,
2009).
Washington
Times.
Retrieved
March

31,
2011,
from

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/jun/16/irans‐twitter‐
revolution/.

Ishii,
K.
(2006).
Implications
of
mobility:
The
uses
of
personal
communication
media

in
everyday
life.
Journal
of
Communication,
56(2),
346‐365.

Kahn,
R.,
&
Kellner,
D.
(2004).
New
Media
and
Internet
Activism:
From
the
'Battle
of

Seattle'
to
Blogging.
New
Media
&
Society,
6(1),
87‐95.

Kalk
Derby,
S.
(2011,
February
14,
2011).
Protests
Draw
Opponents
Of
Bargaining

Proposal.
Wisconsin
State
Journal.

Katz,
E.,
&
Lazarsfeld,
P.
F.
(1955).
Personal
influence:
The
part
played
by
people
in

the
flow
of
communication.
New
York:
The
Free
Press.

Lasica,
J.
D.
(2003).
What
is
participatory
journalism?
Online
Journalism
Review.

Retrieved
from
http://www.ojr.org/ojr/workplace/1060217106.php

Lazarsfeld,
P.
F.,
Berelson,
B.,
&
Gaudet,
H.
(1944).
The
People's
Choice:
How
the
voter

makes
up
his
mind
in
a
presidential
campaign.
New
York:
Columbia
University

Press.

Lemert,
J.
B.,
Mitzman,
B.
N.,
Seither,
M.
A.,
Cook,
R.
H.,
&
O'Neil,
R.
M.
(1977).

Journalists
and
Mobilizing
Information.
Journalism
Quarterly,
54(4),
721‐726.

Lenhart,
A.,
&
Fox,
S.
(2009).
Twitter
and
status
updating.
Washington,
DC:
Pew

Internet
&
American
Life
Project.

Lerman,
K.,
&
Ghosh,
R.
(2010,
May
23‐26,
2010).
Information
contagion:
An

empirical
study
of
the
spread
of
news
on
Digg
and
Twitter
social
networks.
Paper
presented
at
the
Fourth
International
AAAI
Conference
on
Weblogs

and
Social
Media,
Washington,
DC.

Levine,
A.
(2011).
"Pearl
Harbor
of
Workers'
Rights":
Unions
Launch
Morning

Protests
Across
Wisconsin.
Strikes
Next?
Huffington
Post.
Retrieved
from



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