Cyberprotest: New Media, Citizens, and Social Movements

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Index

a
A16-2000 139
A20 108 , 117 , 119
ableism 209 , 231 n3
Accessibility Campaign 149
Accessibility Software Guidelines 1.0 229
Act Up 37
Adbusters Foundation 65 , 66 , 70 , 72 , 73
Adobe Systems 70
Africa:
conflict 132 ;
ICT access 87
agriculture 24 , 101 , 109 ;
crisis 261 ;
'farm women' 259 -75
agri-politics 261 , 268 , 271
AIDS activism 37
Alliance for Global Justice 139
Amazon 68 , 70
Americanization 112
Amsterdam 188 , 204 , 205
Amsterdam School of Communication Research 104
anarchism 83 , 101 -2, 109 , 116 , 118
ANASOFT 229
animal rights 62 , 71 , 112
Annan, Kofi 63 , 157 , 160
Antenna 204
'anti-ads' 72
anti-apartheid activism 41
anti-bioengineering activism 135
Anti-Capitalist Convergence see CLAC
anti-capitalist movements 21 , 77 - 93 , 176 -8
anti-corporate movements 20 , 57 - 76 , 189
anti-globalization movements 19 , 21 , 49 - 52 , 54 , 86 , 97 - 121 , 143 , 166 , 233
anti-nuclear activism 15 , 44 -5
antitrust trial 135
'anti-university' 43
anti-Vietnam War activism 43
anti-war demonstrations:
Iraq 90 -1
anti-war movements 238
Argentina:
activism 92
Arguments40
Asia:
ICT access 87
Association for Progressive Communication 81 , 109 , 115 , 117 -19, 204
Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) 157
Association for Women's Suffrage 201
ATTAC (Association for the Taxation of Financial Transactions for the Aid of Citizens) 22 , 49 , 108 , 117 , 119 , 135 -6, 140 , 143 , 164 -79;
activists 169 -70;
discussion lists 174 -8;
expertise 167 -72, 176 -8;
membership profile 167 , 173 ;
Saint-Malo group 171 ;
scientific council 169 -70, 175
Audubon Society 135
Australia:
and East Timor 148 , 160 -1;
farm women 259 ;
prime minister 268 ;
rural activism 261
Australian Broadcasting Commission 268

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