Schwartz & NetActivism

Ed Schwartz and NetActivism, Theory and Practice: Legacy and Lessons for Localism, Civic Education, and Community Organizing

Ed Schwartz wrote the book on using the Internet for community organizing, in 1996, NetActivism: How Citizens Use the Internet. He provided a sum-up of what he had learned over the ensuing five years in “NetActivism 2001: How Citizens Use the Internet,” published as chapter 7 in Advocacy, Activism and the Internet.*

Ed not only wrote about using the Net for community organizing, he did it…

For more, see SchwartzNetActivismDraft.

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* Ed Schwartz, NetActivism: How Citizens Use the Internet (Sebastopol, CA: O’Reilly & Associates, Inc., 1996); Steven Hick and John McNutt, editors, Advocacy, Activism and the Internet: Community Organization and Social Policy with a forward by Noam Chomsky (Chicago: Lyceum Books, 2002).

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