An overview of digital media in Latin America

Calderón, Carlos Arcila, Calderín, Mabel and Castro, Cosette (2014) An overview of digital media in Latin America. VISTAS Publications Series, 1 . University of West London, London, UK. ISBN 9789802447282

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Abstract

An overview of digital media in Latin American is a focus and a contribution to emerging debate, international exchanges and the building of global scientific communication as a contribution to development.

Contents
Editorial introduction; Carlos Arcila Calderón, Mabel Calderín & Cosette Castro
Chapter 1: Globalization of the information society; Jorge Hidalgo
Chapter 2: Digital and interactive content production as a strategy for development –
a brief study on the Latin American experience in digital free-to-air television; Cosette Castro
Chapter 3: e-Research: the new paradigm of science in Latin America; Carlos Arcila Calderón, Mabel Calderín, Luis Núñez & Ysabel Briceño
Chapter 4: Mobilizing the consumer as a partner in social networks: reflections on the
commodification of subjectivities; Gisela Castro
Chapter 5: The mediatization of reception by Brazilian online collaborative journalism:
rules and protocols to control reader's participation; Paulo César Castro
Chapter 6: A contract in transition: online press and its audience; Natalia Raimondo Anselmino
Chapter 7: Interactivity in education: social and complex network analysis; Ana María Casnati Guberna, Claudia Ribeiro Santos Lopes, Dante Galeffi & Hernane Borges de Barros Pereira
Chapter 8: Media transformations for journalistic practices in regional print media
due to new technologies and the implications that shape the agendas of journalists and media companies; Henry Rubiano Daza

Item Type: Book
Additional Information: All rights reserved. Copyright belongs to the University of West London and contributors, Open access principles generally apply with conventional acknowledgment and citation made. Copying permitted for private study and academic use. Authors conventional moral rights are respected, but in the case of further published dissemination authors are requested to inform the editors of their intentions.
Uncontrolled Keywords: Digital media, Latin America
Subjects: Media > Media transformations
Media > New media and new media theory
Depositing User: Dominic Walker
Date Deposited: 06 Feb 2017 11:06
Last Modified: 06 Feb 2017 11:32
URI: http://repository.uwl.ac.uk/id/eprint/3096

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