Citizen Lab Postdoctoral Fellow (2011-2012) Stefania Milan published a new book that explores the interplay between social movements and their “liberated technologies.” Social Movements and Their Technologies analyzes the rise of low-power radio stations and radical Internet projects (“emancipatory communication practices”) as a political subject, focusing on the sociological and cultural processes at play.
It provides an overview of the relationship between social movements and technology and investigates what is behind the communication infrastructure that made possible the main protest events of the past 15 years. In doing so, Milan illustrates how contemporary social movements organize in order to create autonomous alternatives to communication systems and networks and how they contribute to change the way people communicate in daily life, as well as try to change communication policy from the grassroots.
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