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When Broken Glass Floats: Growing Up Under the Khmer Rouge

Chanrithy Him
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Comparative Genocide
Publication Type: Book
When the war was over

Elizabeth Becker
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Comparative Genocide
Publication Type: Book
White Noise: Pro-Government Tactics to Shape Xinjiang Discourse Online are Evolving

MADE Working Paper Series

Joshua Lam and Libby Lange
Case Study(ies):
Other
Theme(s):
Mass Atrocities in the Digital Era (MADE)
Publication Type: Working Paper
 Despite Twitter being blocked in China, tweets  classified as supportive of Chinese state narratives in relation to Xinjiang accounted for a relatively high proportion of the conversation – nearly 1/3 of all content surveyed. Among these tweets, generic positive content designed to promote Xinjiang as a beautiful and exotic tourist destination emerged as a notable theme. Additionally, accounts sympathetic to the Chinese government incorporated far more cross-platform multimedia content in their posts compared to other users, particularly YouTube videos. The prevalence of seemingly authentic users sharing misleading information about Xinjiang on Twitter suggests a need to rethink traditional frameworks for disinformation mitigation and reorient platform efforts towards promoting more balanced conversations.
Yale Genocide Center: A hidden humanities gem

Yale Herald
Case Study(ies):
Other
Publication Type: News Article

Yale Herald, Oct. 5, 2007

 a hidden humanities gem

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