Facebook and the anti-FARC Rallies

How do real and virtual spaces influence on another in the field of political activism? This DigiActive research product draws on the Facebook-mediated anti-FARC protests in Colombia to assess the potential of the Internet in globalizing geographically specific political contests.One of the key factors used in quantifying this relationship is access: who has the ability to express themselves politically in a virtual space?


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