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Occupying the Olympics: The Use of social media to subvert the course of justice.

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Slides from Politics, Sport and Identity Conference at Southampton Solent University. 24th February, 2012.

Slides from Politics, Sport and Identity Conference at Southampton Solent University. 24th February, 2012.

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  • 1. e Ol ympic cupyi ng th Oc ames G The Use of Socia l Media to Subvert the Cou rse of Justice@jennifermjones #media2012
  • 2. formation to inaccess arra tives omin a nt n d
  • 3. (Jenkins, 2006)multi-platform ex p eriences user generated c ontent mobile technolog ies
  • 4. i strib ution duct ion/d de o f promo tent ms o f con for uality esthetic qa a udi ences t i on wi t h in terac(Atton, 2002)
  • 5. Build networks b etween groups Voice to margina l communities Challenge domin ant narratives(Downing, 2001)
  • 6. f add ress o des o tives if ferent m t pe rspec d dif feren sele c t i on st or y(Goode, 2009: 1070)
  • 7. Political positioning
  • 8. “It is not easy to be both an academic and an activist. The values, the audiences and the constraints are different.Sitting down to write, you can feel yourself pulled in two different ways. The result is often muddled thinking and murky prose.There is too much ranting for an academicaudience, and too much goobledgook for the activists. Inmany cases, there is no prose at all, only silence and pages crumbled in the wastebasket or erased on the screen.” (Neale, 2008 :217)
  • 9. Occupying the Olympics
  • 10. Media Intervention
  • 11. access
  • 12. identity
  • 13. jennifermjones.net #media2012 @jennifermjones

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