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Title: Tecnología, redes sociales, política y periodismo. ¿Pluralidad informativa o efecto bumerán?
Other Titles: Technology, social networks, politics and journalism: Plurality or boomerang effect?
Author: Bernal Triviño, Ana Isabel
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Keywords: social networks
citizen participation
media literacy
Issue Date: 1-Apr-2015
Citation: Bernal Triviño, A.I. (2015). Tecnología, redes sociales, política y periodismo: ¿Pluralidad informativa o efecto bumerán?., (36), 191-205. doi: 10.7764/cdi.36.647
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Abstract: This paper provides a qualitative analysis, based on interviews, about the experiences of users in their access to online political information. Along with the Internet, social networks have set a new space not only of political protests and callings, but also of access to information, thus creating a new personal agenda setting, enhanced by interactivity. As a result, social networks represent a new educational channel for part of the population that uses this option for information, and represent a new role in media literacy. The results of this exploratory study show lines of research and materialize seventeen information andcommunications technologies (ICTs) practices in politics and journalism, as well as a weakening of the media malaise, facing the promotion of citizen participation.
Language: Spanish
ISSN: 0719-3661MIAR

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