Cursor_ Exploring New Venues for Theological Discussion in an Open Access Journal

In einem Beitrag von Thomas Oords Buch "Theologians and Philosophers Using Social Media: Advice, Tips, and Testimonials" konnten wir unsere Erfahrungen mit Social Media und die Idee von Cursor_ schildern. Im Gespräch: Arne Bachmann, Rasmus Nagel, Hanna Reichel und Thomas Renkert
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Filter Bubbles and Desire for Apartheit
Arne-Florian Bachmann: Even though I’m not sure about your premise that Social Media is very (or even: more) attrative to “right wing” discourses I would add this. I found an article by a network theoretician in the news...
Christian Right?
Arne-Florian Bachmann: I’m not entirely sure that this is the case! The kind of data we have seen in political contexts - for example the spreading of certain rumors about refugees - indicate that we have a rather closed...
Effective exchange of ideas via and across different spheres of social participation
Thomas Renkert: This question is still an open one for us. Any ideas are very much welcome!
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Matthias Bluemke: You require agents (translators) who have one foot in each of both worlds. Though everyone is invited to participate, it may pay off to assign specific people certain communicative roles.
Thomas Renkert: This would be certainly one option to explore.