Definition of clicktivist in US English:

clicktivist

noun

  • A person who shows supports for a political or social cause via the Internet by means such as social media or online petitions, typically in a way characterized as involving little effort or commitment.

    ‘the clicktivists get the feeling that by clicking on this petition they have achieved something’

adjective

  • Supporting a political or social cause via the Internet by means such as social media or online petitions, typically in a way characterized as involving little effort or commitment.

    ‘some experts question whether clicktivist campaigns have lasting worth’

Origin

Early 21st century: blend of click and activist.

Pronunciation

clicktivist

/ˈkliktivəst//ˈklɪktɪvəst/