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Twitter Tag Archive

Memes: is it art?

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Anth Graham and Maud Webster engage in the new age debate...

Twitter’s War on Free Speech

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Jennifer Mills discusses why deplatforming isn't always the most constructive approach....

The complications of ‘Cancel Culture’

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Aastha Malik delves into the shortcomings of 'Cancel Culture'...

Is Twitter over-stepping the mark by removing controversial accounts?

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Callum Sawyers breaks down and debunks the arguments against Twitter's removal of controversial figures...

In defence of ‘Cancel Culture’

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Faye Navesey considers what it really means to be 'cancelled'...

Racism, BLM and why silence is compliance

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Joy Nath considers why we aren't speaking out, and how that can be harmful ...

‘Snow on tha Bluff’: A self-reflection by J. Cole

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Dominic Lee addresses J. Cole's divisive track 'Snow on tha Bluff'...

What does good social media activism look like?

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Social media can be a hostile and toxic environment, yet in recent years we have witnessed how it can be mobilised for good. Activism through social media has undeniably...

Newcastle student embroiled in social media race row

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In light of the death of George Floyd, Alex Gervas reports on recent allegations of racism in the UK...

Spoiler etiquette: between the cinema, the foyer and Twitter

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Harriet Metcalfe discusses the craze surrounding spoiler culture...