Recibido: 2016-11-19 / Aceptado: 2017-03-30

Jóvenes y contextos cotidianos de consumo y apropiación de noticias

Maria José Brites

DOI: 10.7764/cdi.40.1059

Resumen


Este artículo se centra en el análisis de la circulación social de las noticias en espacios privados, de una muestra de 32 jóvenes portugueses que fueron entrevistados porque presentaban alguna forma de participación ciudadana de diversos tipos e intensidades. Se identificaron cinco perfiles: consumidores informados, consumidores no informados, consumidores emergentes de información y consumidores en torno al proyecto Eu y Cidadãos online. Estas tipologías revelan la importancia del capital social y cívico, la relación intrínseca entre la vida cotidiana y los hábitos de consumo de noticias y la importancia de la familia en el consumo de noticias, muy especialmente en la esfera política.

Palabras clave


jóvenes; noticias; esfera privada; cultura cívica; cotidiano; habitus

Como citar Brites, M. J. (2017). Jóvenes y contextos cotidianos de consumo y apropiación de noticias. Cuadernos.Info, (40), 137-151. https://doi.org/10.7764/cdi.40.1059

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