Civil Resistance 2.0 | 198 Nonviolent Methods Upgraded
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CR2.0 is an interactive list of of nonviolent methods that use digital technologies
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Contact: Patrick AT iRevolution DOT net - or - Marycjoyce AT gmail DOT com
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http://Meta-Activism.org/2012/04/civil-resistance-2-0-a-new-database-of-methodshttp://bit.ly/CivilResistance
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The purpose of this research project is to revisit Gene Sharp's 198 methods within the context of new digital technologies and social media. The next three sheets list Sharp's 198 methods , originally compiled in 1973, with updates and examples added.
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"Without a doubt, a large number of additional methods have already been used but have not been classified, and a multitude of additional methods will be invented in the future that have characteristics of the three classes of methods: nonviolent protest and persuasion, noncooperation, and nonviolent intervention."
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- Gene Sharp (2012)Sharp's Dictionary of Power and Struggle: Language of Civil Resistance in Conflicts
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This is a community curated project ---- Will you help us by adding your ideas? ---- Just start typing. Then add your name and initials below.
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TypesSharp's original types of methods (EXAMPLE: Formal Statements)
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Method 1.0Sharp's original methods (EXAMPLE: #1 Public Speeches)
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Technical Enhancements of Method 1.0 How technology can amplify or facilitate the organization of a method in its original offline form (EXAMPLE: Distribute digital recordings of an offline speech through YouTube, live-tweeting on Twitter, text transcripts on blogs and websites)
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Method 2.0How technology has created a new form of the method in a different medium (EXAMPLE: Speeches that exist only online, such as Anonymous’s first YouTube video, Message to Scientology/“we are legion”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCbKv9yiLiQ).
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Additional RecommendationsFor activists who wish to implement the method (EXAMPLE: Organizers should design offline speeches for their digital life as digital video, text, or still image and should have dissemination plans to ensure this digital distribution occurs.)
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Color Codes:New Tactic (did not appear in the original list of 198)
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How to Contribute
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Contributor InstructionsWhen you add to or edit a cell in the database, please mark your contribution with // and your initials (EXAMPLE: // MJ)
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Contributors:MJ : Mary JoycePM: Patrick MeierGA: Gregory AsmolovLS: Lee Smithey
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OK: Oleg KozlovskyJY: Jillian YorkSA: Sumeet AnandMD: Mark Dilley
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MC: Matt CordeiroDS: Dustin SlaughterAMD: Althea Middleton-DetznerDC: Daryn Cambridge
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MR: Michael RotakhinSC: Samuel Carlisle
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Welcome
1-54: Protest and Persuasion
55-157: Noncooperation
158-198: Intervention
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