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Social Media And Popular Elections

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Presentation I gave at Hunter College on the topic of social media's effect on popular elections around the world.

Presentation I gave at Hunter College on the topic of social media's effect on popular elections around the world.

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  • India: http://blog.lkadvani.in/ BJP leader Lal Krishna Advani started a blog Iran: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Vs. Hossein Mousavi Twitter People turning their profile pics green Mashable.com claiming that they were getting early reports of the elections being rigged http://www.casavaria.com/cafesentido/2009/06/28/3283/kalemeh-mousavis-web-site-shut-down-by-iranian-authorities/ - Iranian officials shut down Mousavi website Mousavi encourages his supporters to rise up in non-violence. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iranian_presidential_election,_2009 European Parliament elections Alde and EPP http://bentekalsnes.wordpress.com/2009/08/03/the-european-parliaments-experience-with-social-media-a-post-election-reflection/
  • Yes: We could monitor every word, action, and movement of the candidates Made individual fundraising easier More people could be involved The world was watching No: Campaigns are about issues, not media campaigns The election was fairly close and McCain barely did anything People pay more attention to traditional news outlets rather than social media sources
  • Players: Candidates Campaign Staff Communications Directors The Public Political Parties Historians - the use of social media in elections naturally leads to social media having an impact on elected administrations and politics as a whole
  • Players: Candidates Campaign Staff Communications Directors The Public Political Parties Historians - the use of social media in elections naturally leads to social media having an impact on elected administrations and politics as a whole

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    • Business and writing partners, we are the founders of Great Big World Designs, a company that focuses on helping companies and organizations tell their most poignant stories through a wide array of media channels in a fun and engaging way. Most of our work revolves around creating and encouraging social change.
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    Chief Storytellers: Laura Cococcia and Christa Avampato
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    • Social Media’s Effect on Popular Elections
    • What?
      • What is social media?
      • How have candidates used social media?
    • So what?
      • What difference did social media make in elections around the world?
    • Now what?
      • What long-term effects will social media have on elections, government, and other sectors?
  • 4. Social Media – The development and sharing of content that connects people and ideas across the globe ?
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  • 13. There was a recent article in the New York Times that includes several rich media features on the election in Afghanistan. They are summarized on the next few slides http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/22/world/asia/22afghan.html?_r=1&8au&emc=au Abdullah Abdullah (rival candidate) President Hamid Karzai
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  • 22. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/22/world/asia/22afghan.html?_r=1&8au&emc= au
  • 23. Player Impact
  • 24. Positive Negative
  • 25. Positive Negative
  • 26. Sector Implication
  • 27. Thanks – it was a pleasure to be with you today! Questions and comments