Leticia Neria is currently a lecturer in the History Department at UNAM, and teaches a course there on Mass Media and History. She also teaches courses on Mexican Culture and on Verbal Expression at Tec de Monterrey - Campus Estado de México. She received her PhD from the University of St Andrews, Scotland with a dissertation on humour as political resistance. Her main interests are humour, visual culture, narrative analysis and mass media.
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Social media are often credited with facilitating protest and revolution, from the Arab Spring to the Occupy movement following the post-2008 financial crisis, and elsewhere. But they have never...