Technology and Resistance: Digital Communications and New Coalitions around the World

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Index

A
Abramov, Alexander, 105
Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of the USSR, 92, 103, 104
Adamsky, Alexander, 96, 97, 102
Adamsky's Eureka group, 100, 101-102
Adorno, Theodor, 28
Aesopian lanuage, 91
Africa Watch, 52, 58, 63
African National Congress (ANC), 17
Akkoyunlu, Buket, 153, 156
All Burma Students Democratic Front (ABSDF), 73
information collection and dissemination, 75-76
Alliance for Democracy (AFORD), 61
Alparslan, Duygu, 161, 162
Appaduri, Arjun, 11
Arafeh, Sousan, 113, 167
Askar, P., Rehbein, L., and Noel, K., 159, 160
Askar, Petek, 153, 156, 168-169
Ataturk, Kemal, 153, 154
Aung San Suu Kyi, 76, 81, 84
cofounder ( NLD), 74
endorsement of fast, 85
Nobel Peace Prize, 75
release from house arrest, 79

B
Banda, Hastings Kamuzu, 51, 52, 56
allies, 57
beginning of repressive rule, 56-57
censorship and control, 58
education, 53
emergence of, 53
end of rule, 67
return to Malawi, 53, 55
Barron, S., 71
Baumeister, Rolf F., 32
Bell, Alexander Graham, 131
Belsie, L., 150
Benhabib, Seyla, 38
Benjamin, D., 140, 141
about the Tiananmen demonstration, 139
Benjamin, Walter, 144, 145
Berkowitz, H., and Quittner, J., 148, 149, 150
Bhabha, H., 132
Bimber, Bruce, 26-27
Burma, 71-86
1989 and rising political repression, 74-75
independence of, 72
" State Law and Order Restoration Council" (SLORC), 74
suppression of dissent, 73
Burma-focused nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)
aid to Burmese refugees, 73
information collection and dissemination, 75-76
Burma Socialist Program Party (BSPP), 72
BurmaNet, 75-76, 77-78
BurmaNet Conference, 77
Burmese exiles. See also Free Burma Movement

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