Communication as a Tool for the Integration of Socio-Digitized Cross-Border Communities: The Social Conflict in Argentina/Brazil across the Networks

Raigal

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Title Communication as a Tool for the Integration of Socio-Digitized Cross-Border Communities: The Social Conflict in Argentina/Brazil across the Networks
La comunicación como elemento para la integración entre comunidades sociodigitalizadas transfronterizas: El conflicto social en Argentina/Brasil a través de las redes
 
Creator Tissera, Virginia
 
Description This essay aims at addressing the axes that are in line with the new processes the Latin American integration entails, in order to provide a new vision and a reflective review about the Argentinean and Brazilian scenario around communication as a cross-border phenomenon. In this sense, the axes are presented in relation to the cyber-militant communities present in the network, which, in one way or another, share the same concepts of democracy, freedom of speech, and rights. This approach aims at integrating concepts that stem from communication, the new forms of citizen engagement, and the social conflict in the current political landscape. The goal is to visualize how through the new massive forms of expression, in the public and of imminent politic-institutional crisis scenarios, are born response processes which enunciate and denounce new discourses, and which in some way represent a worldview that goes along with the idea of “feeling Latin American.” Communication is regarded as the cross axis to think today’s integration, since the series of socio-technological phenomena that have been taking place in many Latin American countries have been able to concentrate diverse communities around a certain issue. As from there, the debate is thought and opened around the development of new tension processes between politics, civil institutions in crisis, and the population. This, in terms of social conflict, supposes a conversion of situations that tend to legitimize the word from new narratives.
El ensayo propone abordar ejes en consonancia con los nuevos procesos que supone la integración latinoamericana, a los fines de aportar una nueva visión y crítica reflexiva acerca del escenario argentino y brasileño en torno a la comunicación como fenómeno transfronterizo. En este sentido se plantean ejes de abordaje en relación a las comunidades cibermilitantes en redes, que de una u otra forma, comparten el mismo concepto de democracia, libertad de expresión y derechos. El objetivo es visualizar cómo a través de las nuevas formas de expresión masiva, en el escenario público, se gestan procesos de reacción que enuncian y denuncian nuevos discursos y que de alguna manera representan una cosmovisión de mundo que va a la par de un “sentirse latinoamericano”.La comunicación se toma como eje transversal para pensar la integración hoy. A partir de allí, se piensa y se abre el debate en torno a la gestación de nuevos procesos de tensión entre la política, las instituciones civiles en crisis y la población. Esto en términos de conflicto social supone una reconversión de situaciones tendientes a legitimar la palabra desde nuevas narrativas. 
 
Publisher Universidad Nacional de Villa María
 
Date 2017-11-21
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Format application/pdf
text/html
 
Identifier http://raigal.unvm.edu.ar/ojs/index.php/raigal/article/view/94
 
Source Raigal; Núm. 3 (2): Integración Latinoamericana, avances y retrocesos; 38-50
2469-1216
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://raigal.unvm.edu.ar/ojs/index.php/raigal/article/view/94/113
http://raigal.unvm.edu.ar/ojs/index.php/raigal/article/view/94/126
 
Rights Derechos de autor 2017 Raigal
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/ar/
 

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