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Analyse Sozialer Medien an der Schnittstelle zwischen Informatik und Sozialwissenschaften

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Zusammenfassung

Ihre Bezeichnung zeigt es bereits an: Die Sozialen Medien – Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google+ und eine Vielzahl weniger bekannter Angebote, Community-Portale oder Blogs – sind unbestritten ein Interaktionsraum mit immenser sozialer Bedeutung. Eine (beinahe) ubiquitäre Zugänglichkeit, die große Reichweite und ein hoher Durchdringungsgrad würden sie allein in quantitativer Hinsicht zu einem beachtenswerten Phänomen machen. Sie tragen aber auch zu einem „neuen Strukturwandel der Öffentlichkeit“ bei – wie die drei deutschsprachigen Fachgesellschaften für Soziologie aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz Ende 2011 ihren Dreiländerkongress in Anknüpfung an die knapp fünfzig Jahre zuvor erschienene bahnbrechende Studie von Jürgen Habermas betitelten.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.GESIS – Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften e.VKölnDeutschland

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