Resistência aos media e desconexão digital na literatura ocidental

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v17i2p171-190

Palavras-chave:

Resistência, Desconexão, Conectividade, Agência, Contexto

Resumo

Este artigo visa contribuir para o debate sobre a desconexão digital por meio do conceito de resistência, um construto relacionado e mais estabelecido nos estudos dos media e da comunicação. Para tal, realizámos uma meta-análise aos artigos científicos que abordam ambos os conceitos e destacamos duas tendências principais: uma perspetiva centrada nos media e uma outra centrada no contexto. A análise da literatura sugere que essas duas tendências principais não são lineares nem sequenciais, mas cíclicas e recursivas. Ou seja, essas tendências podem ser entendidas como relatos de ondas de constrangimentos. Em conclusão, o artigo sugere que os estudos sobre a desconexão se beneficiariam se se afastassem de uma perspetiva assente em uma agência individualista em favor de uma abordagem mais sensível ao contexto.

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Biografia do Autor

Rita Figueiras, Universidade Católica Portuguesa

Professora associada da Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisboa, Portugal. Investigadora do Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultural (CECC).

Maria José Brites, Universidade Lusófona

Professora associada da Universidade Lusófona, Porto. Vice-presidente do Centro de Investigação em Comunicação Aplicada, Cultura e Novas Tecnologias (CICANT).

Kim Christian Schrøder, Roskilde University

Professor, Roskilde University, Denmark. Centre for News Research.

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2023-08-31

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Figueiras, R., Brites, M. J., & Schrøder, K. C. (2023). Resistência aos media e desconexão digital na literatura ocidental. MATRIZes, 17(2), 171-190. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v17i2p171-190

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