Definición de slacktivism en inglés:


Silabificación: slack·tiv·ism
Pronunciación: /ˈslaktəˌvizəm
(also slactivism)


Actions performed via the Internet in support of a political or social cause but regarded as requiring little time or involvement, e.g., signing an online petition or joining a campaign group on a social media website: such e-mail alerts make slacktivism easy
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • You can make the case that slacktivism is important because it makes people feel affiliated to a movement and be part of it, and talk about it.
  • The essence of slacktivism is the sensation that you've accomplished something of political impact when you've done nothing.
  • I'm not saying there aren't problems in the world, but slactivism won't solve a single one of them.


early 21st century: blend of slacker and activism.



sustantivo & adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • These are the Slacktivists - they take the minimal personal measures required to turn their words into actions.
  • According to the critics, the means and the outcomes used by slacktivists are insufficient to achieve political goals.
  • Although most Internet users or slacktivists never develop deeper forms of involvement, there is no evidence that Internet activities are damaging civic engagement by replacing more effective forms of participation.

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