How Social Media Has Changed Politics

The rise of social media has dramatically changed politics and political communication in the 21st Century, transforming the traditional media approach to the political process. Platforms have encouraged political communication to become a civic forum where traditional non-power holders such as voters and activists within the democratic system can play a part in considering and helping determine, daily political discussion and action.

From Egg Boy to Anning: Politics in Social Media

By Taylah Daviss | Swipe for More Podcast The latest episode of MediaMap Brisbane podcast, Swipe for More, is officially live! With the federal election in full swing, this week Elizabeth, Louise, Julia and I decided to chat about the role social media plays in Australian politics. While this may sound a bit boring,... Continue Reading →

The Role of YouTube Today

By Julia Clarke | Swipe for More Podcast Buckle in for some bittersweet content. It is with heavy, somewhat-stress-relieved, hearts that we bring to you the third and final episode for this season of the MediaMap Brisbane podcast, Swipe for More. In a slight pivot from our previous episode’s political focus, this episode is all... Continue Reading →

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