WikiLeaks and the Tunisian Revolution – A Case Study

Through my last semester at Roosevelt University, I was lucky enough to take a class on Digital Activism with Political Science professor and Writer David Faris. The final assignment for the class was a research paper on a topic of our choice pertaining to digital activism. The following is the result of a few weeks of research (and many days of changing/tweaking my topic) and offers a glimpse at the importance of WikiLeaks in the Tunisian Revolutions of 2010-2011.

Jake_Ader-WikiLeaks__Tunisia_A_Case_Study


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