Neue Wahrheiten von rechts außen? Alternative Nachrichten und der „Rechtspopulismus“ in Deutschland

@article{Weisskircher2020NeueWV,
  title={Neue Wahrheiten von rechts au{\ss}en? Alternative Nachrichten und der „Rechtspopulismus“ in Deutschland},
  author={Man{\`e}s Weisskircher},
  journal={Forschungsjournal Soziale Bewegungen},
  year={2020},
  volume={33},
  pages={474 - 490}
}
Zusammenfassung Politische Akteur*innen sind lebhafte Produzent*innen von medialen Produkten und stellen sie dabei oft als Alternative zu etablierten traditionellen Medien dar. Seit geraumer Zeit stehen dabei nicht mehr linke Projekte, sondern „alternative Nachrichten“ von rechts außen im Zentrum der Debatte. Dieser Artikel analysiert mit PI News eine der populärsten dieser Plattformen in Deutschland. Untersucht wird die Entwicklung ihrer Popularität und ihre Klassifizierung als rechts außen… Expand

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