Televisoras y redes sociales en el contexto de una transformación en materia de consumo de información sobre asuntos de la vida pública: Percepciones de una nueva generación en México.

Translated title of the contribution: Television and social networks: The process of transformation in the consumption of information about public matters: Perceptions from a new generation in Mexico

Daniel Javier de la Garza Montemayor, Xunaxhi Monserrat Pineda Rasgado

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Abstract

The relationship between social media and the political participation of young people in different contexts has been a subject of study in the academy for the last decade. In order to examine whether there was indeed a change in preferences in the consumption of information on politics among young people, a study was conducted in four states of Mexico during a national electoral process in 2015. This same study was replicated during the presidential elections of 2018. In general terms, the results obtained during the election did not vary significantly from one electoral process to another. This research aims to contribute to the academic debate on a phenomenon that was once considered emergent, but that currently seems to be in a process of consolidation.

Translated title of the contributionTelevision and social networks: The process of transformation in the consumption of information about public matters: Perceptions from a new generation in Mexico
Original languageSpanish
Article number2
Pages (from-to)222-243
Number of pages22
JournalComunicacao Midia e Consumo
Volume17
Issue number49
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020
Externally publishedYes

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All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Communication

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