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This is the research guide for Professor Pacheco's English 101 course.
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    Social Media Activism

    Today, a single email can launch a worldwide movement. But as sociologist Zeynep Tufekci suggests, even though online activism is easy to grow, it often doesn't last. Why? She compares modern movements — Gezi, Ukraine, Hong Kong — to the civil rights movement of the 1960s, and uncovers a surprising benefit of organizing protest movements the way it happened before Twitter. (via TedX)


    Hidden Cameras in Dangerous Places

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    Sanitation is a Basic Human Right

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