This chapter discusses the squares' occupation movement in Greece from the viewpoint and experience of the communication and multimedia team of the Syntagma square's peoples' assembly. It does so by utilizing Castel's concept of networked society in order to highlight the different organisational structures and functioning of this movement from the previous forms of social movements, which reflected the modernist industrial modes of orgnanising. Moreover, it provides insights and analysis in how this new logics was applied or manifested in the actions and functions of the communication and multimedia team of the Syntagma square's assembly.
|Translated title of the contribution||Indignant with the Media, or, Revolt in the Media? : Between the digital and real Markets|
|Title of host publication||Δημοκρατία Under Construction - Από τους δρόμους στις πλατείες|
|Subtitle of host publication||Εμπειρίες - Αναλύσεις - Ντοκουμέντα|
|Editors||Christos Giovanopoulos, Dimitris Mitropoulos|
|Place of Publication||Athens|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Dec 2011|
|Name||Movements - Uprisings - Revolutions|