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Online Civic Cultures: Debating Climate Change Activism on YouTube

Askanius, Tina LU and Uldam, Julie (2013) In International Journal of Communication 7. p.1185-1204
Abstract (Swedish)
Abstract in Undetermined

This article explores the potential of video activism on YouTube to form a communicative space for deliberation and dissent. It asks how commenting on activist videos can help sustain civic cultures that allow for both antagonism and inclusive political debate.
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video activism, YouTube
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International Journal of Communication
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7
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1185 - 1204
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USC Annenberg Press
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1932-8036
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English
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This article explores the potential of video activism on YouTube to form a communicative space for deliberation and dissent. It asks how commenting on activist videos can help sustain civic cultures that allow for both antagonism and inclusive political debate.},
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  year         = {2013},
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