#QuedateEnCasa campaign´s outreach – mediated interaction in NICTs

In my first blog post I talked about The Coronavirus and the sense of fear. The post was published one month ago, when #IAmNotAVirus became a viral campaign through social media platforms, fighting against discrimination, misinformation and the known as “fear state”. Today, schools, parks, universities, theatres, cinemas, restaurants and events are being cancelled and shut down all around the globe. Adding to these measures, there is also the imposed access control on shoppers entering grocery stores, the increased demand for food supplies and the empty streets in most of the cities around the world. Continue reading “#QuedateEnCasa campaign´s outreach – mediated interaction in NICTs”

Digital activism in the urban cycling movement

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In my previous blog post, I talked about the power of digital media to get relevant audiences to listen, interact and get involved in a new social movement. Today I will dig into the potential of new digital platforms, such as Chat Apps, when talking about social activism and urban cycling. Continue reading “Digital activism in the urban cycling movement”