Articles tagged with: participatory culture
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I just finished the first article based on my study of the electoral reform movement in Malaysia, Bersih and still trying to write the next one based on the same study. Combining computational mapping and online-offline ethnography, my study examines and contextualize the role(s) of the internet and social media in the movement as being embedded in the contour of societal changes and transformations.
The article itself, perhaps will not be out until next year, but I’m happy to provide you with a little sneak peek (only on Twitter section).
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Yes, it’s that time of the year again. The SEVEN: Draw Your Days 2011 is here. After being absent last year, I came back this year. I agree with my good friend Tita who organized this event. “It’s a good distraction from clicking and tapping on your gadgets all day!” I’m glad I participated (scroll down to directly see my drawing without reading my rambling on participatory culture).
Check out the “SEVEN” blog and you’ll find out that many enthusiastic artists and non-artists participated. It’s an evidence that participatory culture in …