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Introduction Shifts in media technologies have been at the centre of the debates about the latest shifts in politics. While new media are now referred to as one of the main underlying factors for the era of post-truth and the rise of populists, some years ago they were celebrated for enabling horizontal communication which would pave the way for horizontal power structures. As Jan Rohgalf, one of the authors in this chapter, puts it: “Hitherto hailed as tools of democratisation and the weapon of choice against autocrats worldwide, social media recently

DISKUSSIONEN Chung, Deborah S. 2007. Profits and Perils Online News Producers’ Perceptions of Interactivity and Uses of Interactive Features. The International Journal of Re- search into New Media Technologies 13: 43-61. Coe, Kevin, Kate Kenski und Stephen A. Rains. 2014. Online and Uncivil? Patterns and Determinants of Incivility in Newspaper Website Comments. Journal of Com- munication 64: 658-679. Coleman, Stephen und Giles Moss. 2012. Under Construction: The Field of Online Deliberation Research. Journal of Information Technology & Politics 9: 1-15. Conover

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spontanen Widerstands gegen autoritäre Politik erleichtern, doch im Prozess einer tatsächlichen Neuaushandlung der Machtverhältnisse scheinen ihre Effekte eher be- 2 Alterman, Jon B.: „Counting Nodes and Counting Noses: Understanding New Media in the Middle East“, in: Middle East Journal 54 (3) (2000); Anderson, Jon W.: „New Media, New Publics: Reconfiguring the Public Sphere of Islam“, in: Social Research 70 (3) (2003); Eickelman, Dale F./Anderson, Jon W. (Hg.): New Media in the Muslim World. The Emerging Public

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10 Appendix | 221 Wright, Scott, and John Street. ‘Democracy, Deliberation and Design: The Case of Online Discussion Forums’. New Media & Society, vol. 9, no. 5, Oct. 2007, pp. 849–69. SAGE Journals, doi:10.1177/1461444807081230. Wulff, Helena. ‘Yo-Yo Fieldwork. Mobility and Time in a Multi-Local Study of Dance in Ireland.’ Shifting Grounds. Experiments in Doing Ethnography, ed- ited by Ina-Maria Greverus, Lit, 2002, pp. 177–136. Xenos, Michael, and Patricia Moy. ‘Direct and Differential Effects of the Inter- net on Political and Civic Engagement’. Journal of

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counter far-right post-internet campaigns, drawing on insights from re- search and evaluation projects that measured the effectiveness of different counter speech and interruption approaches. Furthermore, it will discuss a range of novel, experimental approaches that could potentially add to the range of current attempts being made to counter far-right activities in cyberspace. FR Aming The ChAllenge Over the past few years, far-right actors have been successful at exploit- ing windows of opportunity offered by the emergence of new media eco- systems and the novel

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is a Senior Lecturer in New Media and Digital Culture at the University of Amsterdam and has a background in media arts. As a re- searcher affiliated with the Digital Methods Initiative (DMI) and as the director of the Open Intelligence Lab (OILab), his current work focuses on how online subcultures constitute themselves as political movements, with a particular interest in the reactionary right. All print, e-book and open access versions of the titles in our list are available in our online shop www.transcript-verlag.de/en! Essays Carlo Bordoni

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Bratislava Luigi de Magistris is the Mayor of Naples Robin Mansell is Professor of New Media and the Internet and Head of the Department of Media and Communications at the London Lorenzo Marsili is the co-founder of European Alternatives. He was founding editor of Naked Punch Magazine Salih Muslim is Co-Chair of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) 212 Annex Dieter Plehwe is a senior Research Fellow at the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) Adam Ramsay is Co-Editor of openDemocracyUK Jan Rohgalf is post-doc Researcher at the University of Rostock, Germany Gesine