As Trump's team deftly employs Facebook to persuade and maintain a base of support, Ramesh Srinivasan says the social media platform must endeavor to provide a more balanced media diet to all of its users.
Search results privilege Western perspectives instead of letting countries speak for themselves.
Scholar Ramesh Srinivasan argues that activists are engaging both online and offline communities equally effectively
Social media is no longer the domain of the liberal youth, empowering different agendas across the political map.
I continue to think nearly 24/7 about the wave of movements that are challenging statist and classist power worldwide. My research in Egypt this past ...
Let's stop being so confused about the Internet's role in revolutions. Technology works with human networks and amplifies human activities, sometimes for...
From the Arab Spring to baby boomers.
UCLA assistant professor Ramesh Srinivasan argues that by over-generalizing social media’s role, we stand to miss critical details about the more organic communication networks that fuel social and political movements.
The "global village" of open communication that the Internet was supposed to have formed hasn't materialized, says Ramesh Srinivasan in a new book.
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