Sociale medier og kollektiv handlen

Sociale medier og kollektiv handlen Brugen af sociale medier til kollektiv handlen betegner sociale bevægelsers anvendelse af sociale netværkstjenester og andre digitale medier, der faciliterer interaktion og brugerskabt indhold. Det er fortrinsvis sociale mediers kapacitet til at muliggøre billig og hurtig spredning af information til et bredt publikum, som medieforskere har fremhævet som faciliterende for […]

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Forfatter Julie Uldam
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Dahlgren 2013

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