Participação guiada nas práticas mediáticas dos jovens

Palavras-chave: juventude, media, literacia, participação guiada, conteúdo gerado pelo utilizador

Resumo

Os jovens têm de lidar com algumas práticas digitais e desenvolver discursos mediáticos por conta própria. O objetivo do nosso estudo é aprofundar estes conceitos do ponto de vista da participação guiada, compreendida, neste caso, como um processo colaborativo de literacia mediática baseado em atividades culturalmente significativas. Os nossos dados provêm de uma série de workshops realizados na Telefonica Flagship Store (Madrid, Espanha) com adolescentes entre os oito e os 14 anos de idade. As observações foram recolhidas através de técnicas de pesquisa qualitativa, como a observação, conversação e análise descritiva. Os resultados fornecem-nos algumas ideias preliminares para discussão: 1) as práticas nas redes sociais permitem que os jovens liguem as suas atividades online e offline aos seus interesses; 2) a geração de cenários de aprendizagem colaborativa baseados na interação entre jovens torna-se um elemento fundamental da literacia mediática; e 3) o conteúdo gerado pelo utilizador surge como uma identidade e representação de hábitos nos media, especialmente entre os jovens.

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2020-06-29
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de la Fuente Prieto, J., Martínez-Borda, R., & Lacasa Díaz, P. (2020). Participação guiada nas práticas mediáticas dos jovens. Comunicação E Sociedade, 37, 21-38. https://doi.org/10.17231/comsoc.37(2020).2383