My name is TJ, and I am working with a team on a research project titled "Occupy Media Survey!" at Uppsala University in Sweden. The leading professor on the project, Christian Fuchs is also the chair of the European…"
WelcomeThis group is where we share ideas, report on existing sustainability projects and provide practical and technical solutions. The idea is that we can create several transferable sustainability models to roll out in our towns and cities and eventually reduce our communities reliance on the monetary system. The big planLets persuade people in our communities to take part, get them to switch to credit unions, set up their own…See More
I'm starting this group to provide a resource for our fellow citizens who are disabled. All are welcome disabled or not. Whatever your life experience I'm sure you have a contribution to make. Most of us know, work with or care for, a friend, colleague or relative who is disabled. We can all see the stress that our brothers and sisters are suffering from under the current corrupt system, and I for one would like to help.The disabled in this world deserve a voice and a presence in this momentous…See More
The purpose of this group is to share your skill set in order that we cant create a cohesive and symbiotic relationship building the bridges and infrastructure that is required to make this movement a force to be reckoned with.You may think you have no skills that are relevant to occupy but you have, the greatest organisers are mothers, used to managing hectic schedules and making sure the kids are where they're supposed to be at a certain times, these skills are transferable, tech skills are…See More
My name is TJ, and I am working with a team on a research project titled "Occupy Media Survey!" at Uppsala University in Sweden. The leading professor on the project, Christian Fuchs is also the chair of the European Sociological Association's Research Network for Communications and Media Research.
The project attempts to answer some of the following questions: What is the role of social media like Occupii, Facebook and Twitter in occupations and protests? Was the Arab spring a "Twitter and Facebook" revolution? How does the Occupy movement use social media? Is it a social media movement or something different?
Therefore we are conducting the OccupyMedia! Survey. We invite some users of Occupii to participate in it, and would be extremely happy if you could take 15 minutes time in order to help us find out what role social media play in contemporary protests:
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I was just endiing a campaign in Michigan against our Governor, and wondered what more was out there, what more can I do to help make my country the place I used to love, when I stumbled across a thing called Livestream, where people with the same purpose (supposedly) or like mindness could come together, chat, discuss, plan, and act and I was to say the least, excited. I started chatting and made so many friends and it was then I realized, that I had been wrapped up in my own small…