Ciberodio en los comentarios de la noticias en línea en Colombia. El caso de Piedad Córdoba

Montaña, Silvia; González, Victoria; Ariza, César
December 2013
Palabra Clave;dic2013, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p812
Academic Journal
Case Study
What is the nature of citizen participation and the opinion of citizens in the online commentaries created by the Colombian news media? What kind of discussions and expressions are generated in the news commentaries published by the online media? How do these participatory scenarios keep the media agenda alive? These are some of the questions raised in this case study, which is based on observation, monitoring and analysis of four news items captured online in the polarized circumstances that form the setting for political life in Colombia.


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