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New Yorker vs Twitter
It began with Malcolm Gladwell’s article for the New Yorker in which he questioned Twitter’s ability to create political change.
While Gladwell acknowledges that some political action has occurred via social networking - such as recent campaigns for Iran and “Moldova’s so-called Twitter Revolution” - he doesn’t believe any of these have seen real change. He argues that joining a Facebook group for change…
This is an extract from a report by Bridget Chappell in the 85th edition of Voiceworks, the quarterly magazine of Wheeler Centre resident organisation Express Media, out now.
The guards of Sulaimaniya Prison women’s wing wear high heels.
It’s a small wing, homier in appearance than its adjacent counterpart for male prisoners. Glimpses of men, slumped and crowded, sneak past me on the…
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