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Biodiversity communication through art in the form of digital games and the communication potential of related online communities : diploma thesis
Tijana Mijušković, 2023, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: Biodiversity communication is becoming increasingly important in today’s age, as climate change and other factors contribute to the rapid decline of species and ecosystems across the globe. Art is growing in popularity as a tool of reaching people regarding environmental causes, as they convey the emotional, human side of this endeavor in a way that typical science communication isn’t able to. Digital games, arguably among the most persuasive art forms and now widely accessible, are well suited to educating as well as emotionally influencing their players. Online communities frequently form around games, providing a platform for discussion and potentially increasing the games’ total potential for biodiversity communication. In this thesis, the content of eight games from Steam’s list of top-rated games tagged with ‘Nature’ was analyzed, and seven online communities related to these games on the Discord and Reddit social media platforms were surveyed. There was found to be a number of different approaches among the eight games towards educating players about biodiversity and/or its conservation, and the survey of communities showed care towards and interest in biodiversity-related discussion and conservation gaming itself, as well as the fact that games and related discussion in online communities has potential to educate players and positively influence their interest in biodiversity topics. Online game-related communities may offer an additional avenue of approaching game players about biodiversity for science communicators, researchers, and game developers alike.
Keywords: biodiversity communication, biodiversity education, digital games, online communities, online discussion, social media platforms, video games
Published in RUNG: 11.12.2023; Views: 871; Downloads: 10
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An art+sci approach toward a curriculum of bordering
Peter Purg, Kristina Pranjić, 2023, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: social imagination, media materiality, research methodology, curriculum, border
Published in RUNG: 28.09.2023; Views: 775; Downloads: 3
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Crossing Over from Digital Practices to Media Arts and into Social Innovation
Kristina Pranjić, Peter Purg, 2022, published professional conference contribution

Keywords: Media Arts, Education, Social Innovation
Published in RUNG: 06.03.2023; Views: 1122; Downloads: 0
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Impact of Social Media on E-Participation of Citizens towards E-Governance Services in Developing Nations like India
Rajan Gupta, Saibal K. Pal, 2019, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: The governments from all around the world are using social media as a platform to engage with the citizens to inform and encourage about the usage of various government services and E-Government portals, as it is fast and cost effective mode reaching to a wide segment of citizens. India, a developing country has also witnessed a rapid rise in social media users over the past few years and therefore the current research study assesses the usage of social media by government departments and their impact on the performance of E-Governance in the country. For this purpose, this study has conducted an exploratory data analysis to assess the impact of various government departments’ number of followers on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter on number of electronic transactions, using the statistical techniques of trend lines, regression and correlation. It was found that social media and E-transactions are positively correlated to each other up to a moderate extent, and the former significantly affects the latter. The study also suggests the government to use social media as a medium to promote government services and recommends future research works to conduct an extensive study by including other parameters such as the level of interaction between government and citizens on social platform to better understand the concept. This study will be useful for government departments, social media management companies, and various other stakeholders in E-Governance.
Keywords: E-Governance, E-Participation, Social Media, Citizen Engagement, E-TAAL
Published in RUNG: 02.04.2021; Views: 2129; Downloads: 0
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Citizen relationship management by the Government of India through social media channels
Saibal K. Pal, Sunil K. Muttoo, 2018, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Abstract: This chapter outlines how Citizen Relationship Management (CRM), a concept derived from the more commonly known Customer Relationship Management, can enable a government to create awareness among citizens about the myriad of services provided by the public sector. The system also helps in attracting and recording responses from the citizens, thereby enabling government employees in responding to citizens’ concerns via social media.
Keywords: citizen relationship management, e-governance, social media, politics, data science
Published in RUNG: 31.03.2021; Views: 2174; Downloads: 0
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