Twitter

Twitter  Twitter er et socialt medie, som blev lanceret i 2006, og som ved at være en åben, hurtig og hashtag-baseret kommunikationskanal har opnået stor social og ikke mindst politisk betydning. Twitter fremhæves således ofte i forbindelse med ekstraordinære begivenheder såsom Det Arabiske Forår (2010-2011), hvor det var et værktøj for organisering og mobilisering af […]

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Forfatter Aske Kammer
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Java m.fl. 2007, Klastrup 2016, Murthy 2013, Neumayer, Rossi & Karlsson 2016, Williams, Terras & Warwick 2013, Zimmer & Proferes 2014

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