Comunicación política y medios sociales

Aurken Sierra, Jordi Rodríguez-Virgili

Resumen

El presente artículo ofrece un estado del arte en la investigación en comunicación política sobre medios sociales entre 2008 y 2018. Se analizan 357 artículos publicados en cuatro revistas académicas de comunicación del primer cuartil del Journal Citation Reports (JCR-WoS). En la exposición se sigue la estructura marcada por el triángulo de Wolton, resumiendo las aportaciones de los investigadores sobre la incidencia de los medios sociales en los políticos, los medios de comunicación y los ciudadanos. En general, se constata una evolución en la importancia que la investigación, muy empírica y de escasa perspectiva comparada, concede a las nuevas tecnologías hasta situarlas en el centro del debate académico.


Palabras clave

Medios sociales; comunicación política; investigación; revistas científicas

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