Participate instead of just running alongYoung people are not only demonstrating their political commitment, but also how digital media can be used for social and political processes.
Interview with Dr. Björn MilbradtTeachtoday spoke with Björn Milbradt about the role of digitization in promoting democracy.
Digital opinion leadersSocial media can influence the personal views and opinions of children and young people.
Bot or not?Social bots are computer programs masquerading in social networks as a real user. They post comments as if they were real people.
The loud minorityStudies have shown that what people in social networks perceive to be a majority opinion is often nothing more than an illusion.
Fact, fact, fake, factSocial networks are great for spreading useful information but there’s a lot of false information out there, especially on such networks.
Markus Beckedahl interviewTeachtoday talked with the net activist and blogger Markus Beckedahl about the impact of social media on opinion formation.
Project idea: Net duelIn the "net duel," young people discuss a socially relevant topic in a chat and represent the opinions assigned to them.
Project idea: Is that taboo?In the project idea "Is this taboo?" the young people deal with the meaning of respect.
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