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Title: Movimiento 15M : construcción del espacio urbano a través de la acción de las multitudes inteligentes
Author: Martínez Roldán, Sergio
Tutor: Vivas i Elias, Pep
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Keywords: 15M movement
urban area
smart mob
resistence area
abstract space
Issue Date: Jul-2011
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Abstract: Smart mobs are groups of individuals that are mobilized by the new potential offered by information and knowledge technologies. The action of these masses has been studied for their capacity to influence the political and social mobilization with high-profile as that ousted Philippine President Joseph Estrada in 2001 or held on March 13, 2004 in front of the Partido Popular headquarters the day of reflection and two days after the Islamist attacks of the M11. Despite the academic interest, the action of Smart Mobs has not been addressed since its capacity building of urban space in which to develop their mobilizations. From this vocation explanatory space, this research aims to unravel the logic, practices and meanings that the collective action of Smart Mobs and grants in place and the urban space. Our goal is to establish whether these demonstrations have weight in the dialectical processes involved in the social construction of urban space, paradigmatically, we have identified the dynamics of confrontation between spaces of resistance and abstract spaces. We therefore performed a study on the mobilization of Smart Mobs most important years in Spain: the 15M movement and the Acampada Sol settlement.
Language: Spanish
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