Internet e ativismo político na América Latina e Caribe: recursos individuais e oportunidades de acesso

Ednaldo Aparecido Ribeiro, Julian Borba, Jaqueline Resmini Hansen

Resumo


O artigo trata dos efeitos da internet sobre a forma como os cidadãos latinoamericanos e caribenhos se relacionam com a política. Dialogando com a literatura que aponta para a redução dos custos e para o favorecimento do protagonismo político individual supostamente promovido por essa rede mundial de computadores, analisa o papel que recursos individuais e estruturais desempenham no compartilhamento de conteúdo político por redes sociais nesse contexto regional. Testa principalmente a hipótese de que existe uma interação entre a disponibilidade de acesso nas unidades nacionais e a escolarização (nível individual), com efeitos democratizantes sobre o ativismo político online. Utilizando dados do projeto Barômetro das Américas, aponta que tal interação não é relevante para o aumento do ativismo online.


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Internet. Ativismo político. Educação.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15448/1984-7289.2019.1.30332

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