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Saturday, July 30 • 09:00 - 10:30
Media Activism and Contentious Politics LIMITED

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  • Elisabetta Ferrari (University of Pennsylvania, USA): Play, Individualism, Exploitation: Towards a Comprehensive Critique of the Web 2.0 and its Relationship with Contentious Politics  
  • Sukaina Musbah Ehdeed (University of Sheffield, UK), Jo Bates (University of Sheffield, UK) and Andrew Cox (University of Sheffield, UK): Social Media, Young Libyans and the 2011 Revolution: An Exploratory Study of Young Libyans’ Perceptions of the Impact of Social Media During the Uprising  
  • Misook Lee (University of Tokyo, Japan): The Challenge for Building the Sense of Solidarity with the Other in the New Media Environment: Focusing on the Japan-Korea Solidarity Movement 
  • Kamilla Petrick (York University, Canada): Media, Memory, and Movements 
  • Tetyana Lokot (University of Maryland, USA): Mediated Memories of Firestorms: Perceived Affordances of ICTs for Co-Presence and Witnessing During Protest Events 

Saturday July 30, 2016 09:00 - 10:30 BST
2, Attenborough Tower