The agenda setting hypothesis in the new media environment

Natalia Aruguete

Resumen


El objetivo de este trabajo es realizar una revisión de la literatura que discute premisas básicas de los estudios teóricos y empíricos realizados desde la teoría de la Agenda Setting y propone una “nueva frontera” en la relación entre los medios tradicionales de elite y los nuevos medios. Se procura explorar en qué medida la dinámica de circulación de información generada en los nuevos medios –fundamentalmente en los blogs y Twitter– está sesgando los límites existentes en los postulados tradicionales de esta perspectiva teórica.


Palabras clave


Agenda setting; nuevos medios; Twitter; weblog; agenda mediática

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