Netwar

Several viewers have asked about resources on the concept of netwar. Some have asked if the term refers to networks or to the Internet. In the following papers, you’ll see that it implies both the organization of people and the use of information. One supports the other.

There’s also a lesson plan for college level instructors, but whether you’re a student, scholar, activist, or simply a human being concerned about our dynamic world, we think you’ll enjoy these well-written stories and articles.

RAND
First Monday
Fathom
Monitor
USC
Public Good

Wikipedia

(Jay Taber — recipient of the Defender of Democracy award — is an author, columnist, and research analyst at Public Good Project.)

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~ by Jay Taber on August 8, 2007.

9 Responses to “Netwar”

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  3. [...] network prepares to engage our pro-war enemies, it will be useful to review the concepts of netwar, which is the application of research, education, and organizing for action in a network [...]

  4. [...] freedom songs, while television talking heads claimed protestors were running amok. The age of netwar had [...]

  5. [...] freedom songs, while television talking heads claimed protestors were running amok. The age of netwar had [...]

  6. [...] network prepares to engage our pro-war enemies, it will be useful to review the concepts of netwar, which is the application of research, education, and organizing for action in a network [...]

  7. [...] we mustn’t neglect if we are to succeed in finally decolonizing indigenous territories is netwar, for while many UN member states have endorsed the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, [...]

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  9. […] at organizing others, and participate in community actions for social change. The articles in this post on netwar contain ideas relevant to how digital media relates to activism, and would be […]

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