Da Guerra ao Iraque à Primavera Arabe: mídias digitais e ativismo transnacional

Vivian Mannheimer, Arthur Ituassu, Leticia Capone

Resumo


O objetivo desta pesquisa é identificar os principais atores de dois episódios recentes do ativismo transnacional e o papel das mídias digitais para protestos. A partir de uma revisão de literatura serão analisados dois casos emblemáticos: os protestos coordenados de 15 fevereiro de 2003 contra a iminente Guerra ao Iraque e os de 2011 no Egito, no contexto da Primavera Árabe. Serão trabalhadas as seguintes questões nos casos estudados: 1) Quem são os principais ativistas nesses dois contextos?; 2) Por que trata-se de eventos transnacionais? 3) de que forma as mídias digitais são utilizadas?


Palavras-chave


Ativismo Transnacional; Mídias Digitais; Primavera Árabe; Guerra ao Iraque

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22409/contracampo.v0i0.27239

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