I need this essay edited, to make sure it meets the following requirements: The
I need this essay edited, to make sure it meets the following requirements: The essay should explore IBHR and how HRF ensures it is followed through the five tactics of participatory politics (give concrete examples with research statistics, or very supportive), and forms of participatory civics. Additionally, while highlighting the media's role in HRF. Feel free to rewrite to make it flow better. Five tactics are pivoting public, create content worlds, forage for information, code up, and hide and seek. I will add both articles that explain the five tactics of participatory politics, along with the explanation of participatory civics model. before the conclusion, the paper should compare and contrast the five tactics of participatory politics with the forms of participatory civics, and explain how both citizenship frameworks are important for ensuring that IBHR is followed through HFR. Give a more detailed conclusion yourself, and be analytical when you compare and contrast the citizenship frameworks. Pivoting public-Mobilizing civic capacity within networks that form out of shared personal and popular culture interests and communities. ‘Create content worlds' (p. 19): using novel story telling mechanisms to get public attention, for example, by making online videos; ‘Forage for information' (p. 25): finding and sharing information, to both expose trends and check facts. In plain language, this appeared to cover everything from using Facebook to find people to speak to, to crowd sourcing local environmental data; The result is a shameful record of human suffering. Since the Biden administration took office, Human Rights First has tracked over 8,705 reports of kidnappings and other violent attacks against migrants and asylum seekers blocked in and/or expelled to Mexico by the United States government For this report, Human Rights First researchers conducted in person and remote interviews with migrants and asylum seekers, attorneys, shelter and other humanitarian staff, Mexican government officials, and legal monitors. Researchers monitored the implementation of RMX in Ciudad Juárez in person in December 2021 and interviewed 18 of the individuals returned under RMX. Additional interviews of migrants and asylum seekers blocked in or expelled to Mexico due to Title 42 were conducted by telephone between December 2021 and January 2022 and in person in Tijuana in November 2021. The report draws on data from an electronic survey of asylum seekers in Mexico conducted by Al Otro Lado between September 2021 and December 2021, data and information provided by Mexican migration officials, legal complaints, media sources, and other human rights reports ‘Code up' (p. 33): developing and using technological tools for public good, like creating apps to share food; Asylum Case Analyzer Working with the Lambda School, Human Rights First is building a data science tool that will assist our refugee representation team by extracting insights from existing asylum case files to understand the power of arguments made to specific immigration court judges so our lawyers can better craft cases that earn their clients asylum. Digital Shield We are building a platform to provide human rights defenders with information to defend themselves from harassment and threats on social media. Digital Shield is based on the same underlying technology behind Extremist Explorer, collecting data from a variety of social media sites, forums and chatrooms, and algorithmically identifies violent hate speech there. ‘Hide and seek' (p. 43): which is described as covering electronic tracks, protecting privacy and selectively exposing information. Curiously, however, the most extensive example of hiding and seeking Soep provided involved young people self-reporting, and therefore un-hiding, to authorities. This appears to involve, then, using visibility and invisibility, silence and speech, for full effect. Participatory civics—Zuckerman He describes these forms of activism as “participatory civics”: “forms of civic engagement that use digital media as a core component and embrace a post-‘informed citizen’ model of civic participation” (Zuckerman, 2014: 156). Some of the characteristics of this mode of participation include being driven by passions, as well as a desire to see a personal influence on events. In Zuckerman’s analysis, a key change in this mode of civics refers to the theories of change that guide action. Theories of change refer to the process through which people believe that social change can be achieved. The route of achieving social change that is usually assumed in legacy models of citizenship is through governments, for example, by voting. Yet Zuckerman positions online activism as exerting power through different spheres: through code (e.g. creating politically relevant software), markets (e.g. promoting or opposing businesses based on political grounds), and norms (seeking to change public opinion). In Zuckerman’s work, the use of “participatory media” is part-and-parcel of the definition of “participatory civics.” This is a model that sees new forms of citizenship as reliant on digital, networked media—a phenomenon that couldn’t have existed without it. As Zuckerman ascertains, “I believe we’re seeing new forms of civic engagement online and I want to understand them while recognizing their (sometimes crippling) shortcomings” (p. 153). Research Paper Guidelines Your task is to write a case study research paper about the role of digital media technologies in shaping civic practices and political struggles in the context of Human Rights First. In investigating the connection between digital media technologies and questions of citizenship, your analysis will focus on the digital media strategies of a chosen group/organization through the conceptual lens of ideas presented in readings and in class. Your paper should demonstrate three key competencies: Application, Analysis, and Synthesis. APPLICATION reflects your ability to choose and apply learned material to new and concrete situations; the concrete situation here being your case study. Demonstrating mastery of this skill includes your ability to select from the different concepts and theoretical frameworks we covered and apply them to the analysis of your case study/topic. ANALYSIS refers to your ability to “break down the material into its components so that its organizational structure may be understood.” This starts with your ability to (1) identify the various parts at play and (2) analyze the relationship between them. For example, if your paper chooses to use “the five tactics of participatory media” as an analytical tool, you could for instance identify the different tactics used by your group/organization and analyze the relationship among them. This is what I mean when I say your analysis will identify the parts and articulate how they are related. SYNTHESIS refers to your ability to put parts back together to form a new whole. The new whole that you will be producing is an analytical paper that applies different conceptual tools (from academic sources) to identify different elements/dimensions of a case study (analysis) and put them back together (synthesis) in a comprehensive account/narrative/paper. Please note that the skills outlined above are not a structure or outline for your paper. They are pedagogical goals or objectives that your paper as a whole must aim for regardless of its structure or topic of choice. For more on how to structure the paper, please review the writing steps from the midterm writing assignment

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