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Estrategias de comunicación política en las redes sociales durante la campaña electoral del 2011 en España: el caso de eQuo

Deltell Escolar, Luis Estrategias de comunicación política en las redes sociales durante la campaña electoral del 2011 en España: el caso de eQuo. In Jornadas de la Asociación de Sociología Madrileña, 2 de marzo de 2012, Madrid. (Submitted)

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Abstract

Estudio de la campaña electoral de 2011 en España en las redes sociales (Facebook, Twitter y YouTube).
Análisis de la estrategia del partido ecologista eQuo.


Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Campaña electoral, Red Social
Subjects:Social sciences > Information science > Internet
Social sciences > Information science > Information technology
Social sciences > Information science > Communication
ID Code:15544
References:

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BIMBER, B., y DAVIS R. (2003): Campaigning Online: The Internet in U.S. Elections, New York, Oxford University Press.

CASTELLS, M. (Ed.) (2004): The network society: A cross-cultural perspective. Northampton, MA: Edgar Elgar.

CETINA, K.K. (2009): “What is a Pipe? Obama and the Sociological Imagination”, Sage Publications, Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 26(5), 129–140.

DONG, Q., TONEY, J., y GIBLIN, P. (2010): “Social Network Dependency and Intenteded Political Partipation”, Pacific and Asian Communication, Vol. 13, n.1, 13-27.

FORD, P.K., JOHNSON, T.A., y MAXWELL, A. (2010): “«Yes We Can» or «Yes We Did»? Prospective and Retrospective Change in the Obama Presidency”, Journal of Black Studies, Vol. 40(3), 462-483.

FUCHS, C. (2008): Internet and Society - Social Theory in the Information Age, New York, Routledge.

HANSON, G., HARIDAKIS, P.M., CUNNINGHAM W., SHARMA, R., y PONDER, J.D. (2010): “The 2008 Presidential Campaign: Political Cynicism in the Age of Facebook,MySapce and YouTube”, Mass Communication & Society Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Vol. 10, 584-607.

HUNG, S. E., y ARCILA CALDERÓN, C. (2011): “Los líderes de opinión n Colombia, Venezuela e Irán. El caso de los 20 usuarios más vistos en Twitter”, Comunicación y Sociedad, Vol. XXIV, Nº 1, 2011, 75-100.

KREISS, D. (2009): “The Whole World is Networking: Crafting Networked Politics from Howard Dean to Barack Obama”, Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. October 29, unpublished, http://www.stanford.edu/~dkreiss/Kreiss_WholeWorldNetworking.pdf. (último acceso, el 2 de febrero de 2012).

LARSSON, A. O., y MOE, H. (2001): “Studying political microblogging: Twitter users in the 2010 Swedish election campaign”, New Media Society, SAGE.

APARASCHIVEI, P. A. (2010): “The Use of Media in Electoral Campaigns: Analysis on the Use of Blogs, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube in the 2009 Romanian Presidential Campaign”, Journal of Communication and Public Relations., Vol. 12, Nº3(20).

BIMBER, B., y DAVIS R. (2003): Campaigning Online: The Internet in U.S. Elections, New York, Oxford University Press.

CASTELLS, M. (Ed.) (2004): The network society: A cross-cultural perspective. Northampton, MA: Edgar Elgar.

CETINA, K.K. (2009): “What is a Pipe? Obama and the Sociological Imagination”, Sage

Publications, Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 26(5), 129–140.

DONG, Q., TONEY, J., y GIBLIN, P. (2010): “Social Network Dependency and Intenteded Political Partipation”, Pacific and Asian Communication, Vol. 13, n.1, 13-27.

FORD, P.K., JOHNSON, T.A., y MAXWELL, A. (2010): “«Yes We Can» or «Yes We Did»? Prospective and Retrospective Change in the Obama Presidency”, Journal of Black Studies, Vol. 40(3), 462-483.

FUCHS, C. (2008): Internet and Society - Social Theory in the Information Age, New York, Routledge.

HANSON, G., HARIDAKIS, P.M., CUNNINGHAM W., SHARMA, R., y PONDER, J.D. (2010): “The 2008 Presidential Campaign: Political Cynicism in the Age of Facebook,MySapce and YouTube”, Mass Communication & Society Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Vol. 10, 584-607.

HUNG, S. E., y ARCILA CALDERÓN, C. (2011): “Los líderes de opinión n Colombia, Venezuela e Irán. El caso de los 20 usuarios más vistos en Twitter”, Comunicación y Sociedad, Vol. XXIV, Nº 1, 2011, 75-100.

KREISS, D. (2009): “The Whole World is Networking: Crafting Networked Politics from Howard Dean to Barack Obama”, Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. October 29, unpublished, http://www.stanford.edu/~dkreiss/Kreiss_WholeWorldNetworking.pdf. (último acceso, el 2 de febrero de 2012).

LARSSON, A. O., y MOE, H. (2001): “Studying political microblogging: Twitter users in the 2010 Swedish election campaign”, New Media Society, SAGE.

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