Corpus ID: 157890842

Transnational advocacy networks and information politics: INGOs and the collaboration for free speech in Cuba

@inproceedings{Allen2015TransnationalAN,
  title={Transnational advocacy networks and information politics: INGOs and the collaboration for free speech in Cuba},
  author={Katharine Allen},
  year={2015}
}
Bringing the Transnational Advocacy Network (TAN) theory into the world of digital activism, this project explores how international nongovernmental organizational (INGOs) members of a TAN use social media to interact with local activists in their advocacy for freedom of speech in Cuba. On a more critical level, the research analyzes the INGOs’ role as information gatekeepers, identifying and measuring the extent to which INGOs self-select the information they receive and share through social… Expand
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