The academic study on the relationship between the consumption of information on politics and social media has consolidated in recent years. This research analyzes the relationship from a qualitative approach, addressing the analysis from the perceptions of the professors that were selected, which belonged to social sciences, and two key countries that were chosen to analyze this phenomenon: Mexico and Spain. Similar movements were presented in both countries, in Mexico # YoSoy132 questioned the traditional media, and during the 2018 presidential elections social networks significantly undermined the influence of the once powerful television. Whereas, in the case of Spain, Movement # 15-M was a watershed in the history of that nation, which shaped the political system and gave rise to new political partisan expressions that changed the traditional correlation of forces.
|Translated title of the contribution||Effects of cyberpolitics on contemporary democracy: Perceptions of university professors in Mexico and Spain|
|Number of pages||15|
|Journal||RISTI - Revista Iberica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informacao|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2020|
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
Este art?culo fue posible gracias al apoyo del programa ?Apoyo a la incorporaci?n de NPTC? de PRODEP (Subsecretar?a de Educaci?n Superior, Direcci?n General de Educaci?n Superior Universitaria). Folio asignado: UANL-PTC-1011. Oficio de carta de liberaci?n: 511-6/18-8928.
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