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Ativismo na Internet[1], also known as digital activism[3] or online activism, is a form of activism that uses the internet[4] e digital media[2] as key platforms for mass communication and mobilization. It encompasses a wide range of activities, including but not limited to, efforts aimed at raising awareness, mobilizing support, and coordinating actions for social, political, or environmental change. This form of activism can be categorized based on the level of reliance on the internet versus offline mobilization, and the strategies and purposes of the activism. It has grown over time, with notable examples including opposition to the Lotus Marketplace, the #MeToo movement, and the Arab Spring. Internet activism can be used by various groups, from grassroots organizations to corporate entities, leveraging the power of digital platforms to influence opinions and effect change. It’s important to note that the effectiveness and impact of online activism can be influenced by various factors, such as internet access, digital literacy, and resistance from powerful organizations.

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1. Ativismo na Internet ( Internet activism )
1 Internet activism, also known as online activism or digital campaigning, is a form of activism that uses the internet and digital media as primary tools for communicating, organizing, mobilizing, and raising awareness. It involves various types, ranging from active or reactive forms to mobilizing and awareness-raising forms. It can be purely online, like internet sleuthing or hacking, or have both online and offline components. Internet activism plays a crucial role in collective actions, revolutionary movements, and political mobilization. It also aids marginalized groups, progressive candidates, and insurgent movements in voicing their concerns. Notable examples include opposition to Lotus Marketplace, the EZLN's anti-globalization movements, and the Kony 2012 campaign. Internet activism also uses social media platforms for hashtag activism, which supports causes through specific hashtags like #MeToo and #BlackLivesMatter. The impact of online activism on political campaigns and corporate activism has been significant.
2 Internet activism, also known as digital activism or online activism, is a form of activism that uses the internet and digital media as key platforms for mass communication and mobilization. It encompasses a wide range of activities, including but not limited to, efforts aimed at raising awareness, mobilizing support, and coordinating actions for social, political, or environmental change. This form of activism can be categorized based on the level of reliance on the internet versus offline mobilization, and the strategies and purposes of the activism. It has grown over time, with notable examples including opposition to the Lotus Marketplace, the #MeToo movement, and the Arab Spring. Internet activism can be used by various groups, from grassroots organizations to corporate entities, leveraging the power of digital platforms to influence opinions and effect change. It's important to note that the effectiveness and impact of online activism can be influenced by various factors, such as internet access, digital literacy, and resistance from powerful organizations.
2. digital media. Digital media refers to any form of media that uses electronic devices for distribution. This form of media can be created, viewed, modified, and distributed on digital electronics devices. Digital media encompasses a wide range of items including software, digital images, digital videos, video games, web pages, and websites. It came to prominence with the rise of digital computers which enabled the binary representation of data. Over the years, digital media has evolved, causing significant societal and cultural shifts. It has also impacted various industries such as journalism, publishing, education, and entertainment. Additionally, digital media has given rise to new trends and legal challenges, especially in terms of copyright laws. The consumption of digital media has rapidly increased with growing internet access and the rise of social media platforms.

Ativismo na Internet involves the use of electronic-communication technologies such as redes sociais, e-maile podcasts for various forms of activism to enable faster and more effective communication by citizen movements, the delivery of particular information to large and specific audiences, as well as coordination. Internet technologies are used by activists for cause-related fundraising, community building, lobbyinge organizing. A digital-activism campaign is "an organized public effort, making collective claims on a target authority, in which civic initiators or supporters use digital media." Research has started to address specifically how activist/advocacy groups in the EUA and in Canada use social media to achieve digital-activism objectives.


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