Medios ciudadanos y big data: La emergencia del activismo de datos

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Stefania Milan; Miren Gutiérrez;
  • Publisher: Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios
  • Journal: Mediaciones,volume 11,issue 14,pages10-26 (issn: 1692-5688, eissn: 2590-8057)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.26620/uniminuto.mediaciones.11.14.2015.10-26
  • Subject: C - article (only) freely accessible via repository | P87-96 | Communication. Mass media | Big data | cambio social. | activismo de datos | ciudadanía

Big data presents citizens with new challenges and opportunities. ‘Data activism’ practices emerge at the intersection of the social and techsnological dimension of human action, whereby citizens take a critical approach to big data, and appropriate and manipulate data ... View more
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