Tag Archives: Riots

The State and Social Change

Change happens at the intersection of systems: sometimes through negotiation, sometimes neglect, sometimes conflict. Today i am #WorkingOutLoud building out some thinking around Social Movements and the evolution of the Dominant Narrative. That term, the ‘Dominant Narrative’ is one that … Continue reading

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The role and responsibility of social media in the London riots. Can you really blame technology?

There’s no doubt about it, technology has revolutionised communication and civil organisation in ways that we can barely recognise. Social networking is coordinating birthday parties, beach volleyball and wedding receptions in a frenzy of invitations, updates and Tweets that would … Continue reading

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