The advent of social media in our everyday lives has forever changed our political debates. The relationship between media and politics, however, has always been a rather dynamic one. The tour features numerous historical exhibits to illustrate how, over the course of the last 500 years, newly developed media such as pamphlets, newspapers, the radio, television, and the Internet have changed political communication and thus public debate. It also shows how access to the political public sphere is tied to media accessibility. The tour offers an overview of all exhibition areas.
•Tickets are available before only at the cash desk
•max. 12 persons
•Participants must submit their contact details
- Meeting point
- Pei building