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Civic Responsibility trends through digital solidarity: the case of Greece during the economic and social crisis

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Civic Responsibility trends through digital solidarity: the case of Greece during the economic and social crisis, Eleni-Revekka Staiou, Evika Karamagioli, Dimitris Gouscos, Media in Transition 10, Democracy and Digital Media, May 17-18, 2019, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston, USA

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Civic Responsibility trends through digital solidarity: the case of Greece during the economic and social crisis

  1. 1. Civic Responsibility trends through digital solidarity: the case of Greece during the economic and social crisis Dr. Eleni Revekka Staiou [erstaiou@media.uoa.gr] Dr. Evika Karamagioli [karamagioli@gmail.com] Assistant Prof. Dimitris Gouscos [gouscos@media.uoa.gr] HELLENIC DEMOCRACY National and Kapodistrian University of Athens SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCES FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES LABORATORY OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN COMMUNICATION, EDUCATION AND THE MASS MEDIA Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  2. 2. What kind of crisis are we talking about? ‣ Economic ‣ Social Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  3. 3. Ηow the Greeks responded to the crisis ‣Greek ciIzens are counIng about 10 years of crisis ‣Μajor changes have taken place in their daily lives Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  4. 4. Some staIsIcs ‣ ReducIon of household income (2009-2014): -42% ‣ 1 out of 3 people in Greece are in poverty or social exclusion ‣ Unemployment: 18.5% (39.5%, age 15-24) ‣ 50% has difficulty paying emergency needs or paying loans and credit cards ‣ 25% finds it difficult to have good heaIng in his home ‣ 30% finds it difficult to pay his rent ‣Birth deficit ‣Increased suicides Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  5. 5. State ‣ No longer has the resources to cover all the problems and needs that arise Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  6. 6. SoluIon (for Greeks, at least…) ‣ Civic Responsibility ‣ Solidarity ‣ Self-Organising ‣ Digital Solidarity Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  7. 7. ParIcular characterisIcs of Greek society's reacIon to the crisis ‣ Self-organising, not organising through formal (poliIcal) groups or parIes ‣ Not just protest, but pracIcal, tangible soluIons (going beyond acIvism…) ‣ No poliIcal tone ‣ Basic pracIcal and psychological needs ‣ Solidarity for the fellow ciIzens, for the fellow humans Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  8. 8. Examples… Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  9. 9. Examples of self-organising iniIaIves [563 IniIaIves] Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10 1.  human rights 2.  infirmaries 3.  medication 4.  cooked food 5.  canned food 6.  shelters 7.  groceries 8.  clothing 9.  recruitment agencies 10. bypassing middlemen in trade 11. alternative currencies/exchanges 12. exchanging items 13. exchanging services 14. lessons 15. time banks 16. carpooling 17. bicyclism 18. art and culture 19. city care 20. nature care 21. miscellaneous
  10. 10. What about the digital part of the story…? Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  11. 11. How these iniIaIves used internet and social media for their communicaIon? Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  12. 12. How these iniIaIves used internet and social media for their communicaIon? Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  13. 13. Help or obstacle? ‣ Making their presence known ‣ Finding donors ‣ Finding people in need ‣ Finding others like them ‣ Exchange of know-how ‣ Not enough Ime ‣ Not enough (competent) people ‣ Do not know what content to share ‣ Can not decide which media best fit their acIons Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  14. 14. Use or no use? ‣ believe that social media is a good way to convey their message to more people ‣ believe that interpersonal contact inspires greater trust ‣ mostly operaIng in small communiIes, believe that personal interacIon funcIons beger as they already know each other and prefer “word of mouth” adverIsing ‣ know that many people concerned can not access the internet Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  15. 15. Use them or not? ‣ They want but they don’t know how to do it right ‣ They are afraid ‣ They don’t have the means to use them ‣ Organised social solidarity for maximum impact Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  16. 16. 10 principles for using social media for civic responsibility and digital solidarity Keeping in mind that we are talking about special audience and special and sensiIve topics Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10
  17. 17. 1. Specific goals 2. Right Social Media choice depending on audience/ content/goals 3. No need to say too much 4. Humans are talking to humans 5. Be real-Storytelling 6. Transparency 7. PaIence and insistence 8. Open eyes and ears 9. Quality content 10. Personal VS Professional Democracy and Social Media, MIT, 17/05/2019 #mit10 10 principles

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