Sociale medier

Sociale medier Sociale medier kan grundlæggende defineres som digitale medier, der faciliterer mange-til-mange kommunikation (Bruhn Jensen 2015). “Sociale medier” blev i 2000’erne udbredt som samlebetegnelse for en række web- og mobilbaserede applikationer, der understøtter kommunikation i netværk med særligt fokus på brugergenereret indhold, med mediebrugeren i afsenderposition, og udenom traditionelle mediers redaktionelle kredsløb (Bechmann & Lomborg […]

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Forfatter Stine Lomborg
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Jensen & Tække 2014, Klastrup 2016

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