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Title: Crítica cinematográfica: terror y miseria en los foros, una visión de su realidad actual
Author: Martín Lobo, Manuel Jesús
Director: Pérez Gómez, Aura Patricia
Tutor: Creus, Amalia Susana
Keywords: engagement
discussion forums
film criticism
critical thinking
personal opinion
Issue Date: 8-Jan-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The following paper focuses on the critical and analytical research of behaviors derived from public opinion on the internet. The study focuses on discussion and opinion forums, as vehicles of transmission of debate and dissertation. From a personal criterion reflected in a newspaper article, in this case, film criticism, several comments and opinions show certain common attitudes. The most primitive convictions and least democratic judgement become the most usual and easily spoiled axis of participation in the so called cyberspace. Public forums have their origin in the freedom of expression, democratization of ideas and respect towards different points of view and ideas, related or not, to our way of feeling. Through comparison and study of critical thinking as core of reasoning, and influences of psychology and sociology, the aim is to analyze and understand frequent behaviors. Film criticism can be controversial as it shows a particular idea. The newspapers or spaces that invite professionals to argue their opinion about a work, maintain coexistence and use policies to facilitate a correct communication. In the same way users know those rules when they sign up for the forums. Nevertheless, the results remain far from the aim and purpose intended. From seeking the interest of the public regarding the object under discussion to turn the product into a target of reproaches, censures and falsehoods.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/107487
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