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Contents @PAGER:!!PAGER PLEASE NOTE: Please handstyle caps/lowercase.!<B>! @RHL:Contents @MT:Contents @FCTX2:Foreword @FCTX3:Joan Blades @FCTX2:Acknowledgments Preface Introduction: The Promise of Connected Activism @FCTX:Part I: Connectedness in Action @FCTX2: 1. Celebrating Self-Determination: Developing a Mind-Set of Powerfulness 2. Becoming a Connected Activist: Enhancing the Effectiveness of Social Media 3. Beyond Bowling Alone: Leveraging Social Networks for Social Change 4. All Aboard! Embracing the Leveling Effect of Social Media 5. Embracing Authentic Conversations: Overcoming the Listening Deficit 6. Powering the Edges: Shifting Power from the Inside Out 7. Encouraging Individual Activism: Working Together to Optimize Your Efforts @FCTX:Part II: The Future of Social Change @FCTX2: 8. Peeking into the Digital Future: Balancing the Opportunities Ahead 9. My Diet Starts Next Tuesday: Embracing a Recipe for Success Now 10. Are We There Yet? Measuring Progress in New Ways 11. The Future of Funding: Rethinking Philanthropy and Fundraising Using Social Media Conclusion: Moving Forward as a Connected Activist Resource A. Using Social Media to Expand a Coalition Resource B. The Cluetrain Manifesto Notes The Author
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Information technology -- Social aspects.
Digital communications -- Social aspects.
Technology -- Social aspects.