Illustration by Willow Brugh
We continue posting our annual report essays on Medium this week with the "Public Discourse" collection. The collection contains all ten essays from the chapter as well as new art by Berkman Center Fellow and Internet Monitor annual report contributor Willow Brugh.
- Public Discourse, by Robert Faris
- Flower Speech: New Responses to Hatred Online, by Susan Benesch
- Facing Unthinkable Threats to Online Speech: Extreme Violence in Mexico and the Middle East, by Ellery Biddle
- The Use of the Internet to Enforce Religious Hegemony in Saudi Arabia, by Helmi Noman
- #BBUM and New Media Blacktivism, by Clarence Wardell
- How Activism and the Internet Can Change Policy, by James Losey
- Narratives of Conflict: What the 2014 Gaza War Can Tell Us About Discourse on the Internet, by Sands Fish and Dalia Othman
- Who Do We Trust When Talking About Digital News in Spain?, by Charo Sádaba
- Why Blogs Still Matter to the Young, by Alison J. Head
- The Podemos Phenomenon, by Jordi Rodriguez Virgili
We encourage you to check out the individual essays on Medium, leave your comments, write responses, and share with your friends.