El acoso en La Era del Muro: Trump y la radicalización digital hacia estudiantes latinos en los Estados Unidos

David Ramírez-Plascencia

Resumen

El propósito de este trabajo es estudiar el papel de las redes sociales en la construcción y circulación de narrativas extremistas; particularmente para comprender cómo estas narrativas fomentan el acoso contra estudiantes latinos en los Estados Unidos de América. El trabajo de campo se centrará en el estudio de publicaciones, comentarios y noticias compartidas en Facebook tanto en inglés como en español. Se hará uso del método narrativo como marco principal para seleccionar y explorar datos, esta opción abre la posibilidad de dar una voz a los actores que tienen una incidencia directa en los eventos. Por esa razón, este documento se centrará en abarcar diversos puntos de vista, desde los demócratas a los republicanos, así como personas en contra y en pro de la migración. Los resultados finales mostrarán que dentro de estas narrativas extremistas digitales convergen las formas tradicionales y novedosas de hostigamiento hacia las minorías, y cómo, para disminuir el acoso tradicional y virtual, deben llevarse a cabo enfoques novedosos y de gran alcance


Palabras clave

ciberbullying; redes sociales; narrativas extremistas; Donald Trump; estudiantes latinos; construcción de la paz

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