The evolution of digital activism in Mexico: A story of two movements "EZLN" and "43 Ayotzinapa".

@inproceedings{Plascencia2018TheEO,
  title={The evolution of digital activism in Mexico: A story of two movements "EZLN" and "43 Ayotzinapa".},
  author={David Ram{\'i}rez Plascencia},
  year={2018}
}
There is an important tradition in Mexico related with the use of the Internet as a strategy of communication for distributing subversive and alternative political discourse. Since mid-1995, the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), named after Manuel Castells as the first "informational guerrilla", until now with the use of social networks (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube) as a platform for promoting alternative social movements such as "I am 132" and "43 Ayotzinapa". The purpose of this… CONTINUE READING