Hyperlink networks as a means of mobilization used by far-right movements

  1. Ina Fujdiak ORCiD: 0000-0002-0523-5795i.fujdiak@mail.muni.cz
  2. Petr Ocelík ORCiD: 0000-0002-0690-265Xocelik@fss.muni.cz


The article provides an analysis of the mobilization strategies of far-right movements from the Czech Republic and Germany based on the content they provide via hyperlinks on their websites. Vertical and reticular characteristics of the hyperlinked pages have been analyzed, two aspects which form central parts of the mobilization strategies of social movements. The vertical level refers to territorial relations, while the reticular level refers to relations with other actors. The analyses confirmed that the movements focused  on the vertical level to their countries of origin. With respect to reticular characteristics the type of hyperlinked content neither differs  significantly throughout countries, nor throughout segments of the far-right movement. Additionally, the analysis of the type of hyperlinked content provides insight into the general mobilization strategies employed.


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Central European Journal of Communication

Vol. 12, No 2 (23), Special Issue 2019

Pages from 134 to 149

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