Olivier Blondeau

is a sociologist and co-author of Libres enfants du Savoir numérique, anthologie du libre Edition de l’Eclat, mars 2000. He has also written numerous articles on the media, politics, and the economy.



Street protests, politics, and mobility: A study of activist uses of syndication

Rather than the presidential elections, perceived by many American activists as a defeat forecasted in the absence of any credible challenger to George Bush, it was the protest movement against the Republican National Convention in New York in August 2004 (“A31-RNC”) that more likely crystallized the political, technical, and artistic innovation potential that came to the fore during the whole American election campaign.

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