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Die aktuellen Veröffentlichungen zum Thema Jugend(x)

Das Internet regelt das schon? Einblicke in das Nachrichtenverhalten Jugendlicher

Donsbach, W., Walter, C., Mothes, C., & Rentsch, M. (2013). Das Internet regelt das schon? Einblicke in das Nachrichtenverhalten Jugendlicher. Deutsche Jugend - Zeitschrift für Jugendarbeit, 61(6), 254-264.
Donsbach, W., Walter, C., Mothes, C., & Rentsch, M.
Deutsche Jugend - Zeitschrift für Jugendarbeit, 61 (6), (S. 254-264).
2013

The Social Media Basis of Youth Protest Behavior: The Case of Chile

Valenzuela, S., Arriagada, A., & Scherman, A. (2012). The Social Media Basis of Youth Protest Behavior: The Case of Chile. Journal of Communication, 62(2), 299–314.
Valenzuela, S., Arriagada, A., & Scherman, A.
Journal of Communication, 62 (2), (S. 299–314).
2012

Protest activity has become a central means for political change in Chile. We examine the association between social media use and youth protest, as well as mediating and moderating mechanisms of this relationship, using survey data collected in Chile in 2010.

Political socialization: Modeling teen political and civic engagement

Warren, R., & Wicks, R. H. (2011). Political socialization: Modeling teen political and civic engagement. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 88(1), 156–175.
Warren, R., & Wicks, R. H.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 88 (1), (S. 156–175).
2011

Research on adolescent political and civic engagement has focused on a wide variety of socializing agents, including parents, school, peers, and the media. This study builds an explanatory model that connects macro-level (e.g., religion, education) and micro-level (parents, school curricula, and media) socialization agents.

Reaching citizens online: How youth organizations are evolving their web presence

Ward, J. (2011). Reaching citizens online: How youth organizations are evolving their web presence. Information Communication & Society, 14(6), 917–936.
Ward, J.
Information Communication & Society, 14 (6), (S. 917–936).
2011

Keeping in mind the potential consequences that digital communication may hold for democratic societies, this research focuses on better understanding the web presence of UK youth organizations.