[ slak-tuh-viz-uhm ]
/ ˈslæk təˌvɪz əm /
noun Sometimes Disparaging.
actions taken to endorse and promote political or social causes and movements, but involving only minimal commitment, effort, or risk: The students engage in slacktivism by joining civic groups but rarely participate in group projects.
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See also clicktivism.
OTHER WORDS FROM slacktivismslack·tiv·ist, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for slacktivism
/ (ˈslæktɪˌvɪzəm) /
the public proclaiming of one's political beliefs through activities that require little effort or commitment
Derived forms of slacktivismslacktivist, noun
Word Origin for slacktivism
C21: a blend of slacker and activism
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