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Contextualized Transmedia Mobilization: Media Practices and Mobilizing Structures in the Umbrella Movement
Lin, Zhongxuan
2017
Source PublicationINTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION
ISSN1932-8036
Volume11Pages:48-71
AbstractRejecting the "techno-utopianism" and "social media centralism" in traditional social movement studies, this study emphasizes the multidimensionality of the media and the context of the movement. Mainly using the research methods of ethnography and interviews, this study takes the Umbrella Movement as a case study, to investigate the media practices and mobilizing structures in Hong Kong's specific sociopolitical context. This work proposes an alternative framework of contextualized transmedia mobilization to explore how protestors situated in a specific context employ, create, circulate, amplify, and converge various forms of media to continually mobilize themselves and the public, and, thus heighten participation levels, innovate contentious repertoires, and experiment with organizational transformation.
KeywordUmbrella Movement media mobilization participation repertoire organization
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Language英语
WOS Research AreaCommunication
WOS SubjectCommunication
WOS IDWOS:000390916900001
PublisherUSC ANNENBERG PRESS
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
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Lin, Zhongxuan. Contextualized Transmedia Mobilization: Media Practices and Mobilizing Structures in the Umbrella Movement[J]. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION,2017,11:48-71.
APA Lin, Zhongxuan.(2017).Contextualized Transmedia Mobilization: Media Practices and Mobilizing Structures in the Umbrella Movement.INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION,11,48-71.
MLA Lin, Zhongxuan."Contextualized Transmedia Mobilization: Media Practices and Mobilizing Structures in the Umbrella Movement".INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION 11(2017):48-71.
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