„Hacktivism“? Online-Medien und Social Media als Instrumente der Klimakommunikation zivilgesellschaftlicher Akteure

  title={„Hacktivism“? Online-Medien und Social Media als Instrumente der Klimakommunikation zivilgesellschaftlicher Akteure},
  author={Mike S. Sch{\"a}fer},
  journal={Forschungsjournal Soziale Bewegungen},
  pages={70 - 79}
Klimawandel und Klimapolitik sind fur viele Menschen nicht unmittelbar wahrnehmbar und erreichen sie entsprechend medial vermittelt. Dabei spielen Online-Medien resp. Social Media eine zunehmend grosere Rolle. Gerade fur -- oftmals ressourcenschwache -- NGOs stellen sie angesichts ihrer geringen Kosten und vielfaltigen Kommunikationsmoglichkeiten zentrale Instrumente zur Mobilisierung offentlicher Meinung dar. Der Artikel liefert einen Uberblick uber die Internet-Strategien klimabezogener NGOs… 

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