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12014-09-15T20:38:53-07:00Samantha Closef42637f3cf8f8e584095341d3b0809f178e3d4496102Glossary term for "clicktivism"plain2014-11-04T12:22:01-08:00Sangita Shresthova497a02d289c277275bc5ece441097deedf8135e7Clicktivism is the viewpoint that sees the use of online petitions and social media as a substitute for on the ground political action or in terms of the application of the metrics and methods of the marketplace (number of clicks) as a means of measuring success. The Clicktivist critique often describes online campaigns as involving limited risk or effort and having limited impact on institutional politics.
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1media/wordle-themes.jpgmedia/wordle-themes.jpg2014-06-02T16:12:25-07:00Sangita Shresthova497a02d289c277275bc5ece441097deedf8135e7Glossary and Resources73image_header2015-07-09T10:43:05-07:00Sangita Shresthova497a02d289c277275bc5ece441097deedf8135e7