From Internet to the streets: An approach to activism in Aguascalientes, Mexico
AbstractIn this paper, I present the outcomes of an empirical exploration on activism and online communication practices in a Mexican city, on the case of #YoSoy132 Aguascalientes. It is part of a doctoral research in progress, that lies on the theoretical approach of the three degrees of communication and on the methodological perspective of multi-sited ethnography. This experience leads to regard the links between online communication, physical action and media coverage, in activism, and the challenging implications for their study.
How to Cite
Flores Márquez, D. (2013). From Internet to the streets: An approach to activism in Aguascalientes, Mexico. AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 3. Retrieved from https://journals.uic.edu/ojs/index.php/spir/article/view/8615