Peer popularity and social control in a digital age

Peer popularity and social control in a digital age

This short article is based on findings from a pilot study which took place in January 2015 and primarily draws on semi-structured interviews with three girls conducted in a school in South London serving a low-income community. It marries feminist and Foucauldian perspectives to explore how female peer hierarchies and social control are navigated in […]

Surfing the Brazilian Internet Governance Wave

Surfing the Brazilian Internet Governance Wave

In the last ten years the Internet Governance landscape has changed sensibly. Departing from the romantic and libertarian view that enabled the technological development a fertile fractal governance ecosystem was developed and with the support of different actors established the minimums standards of its international regulation. The Internet Governance Forum – IGF, the International Telecommunication […]