Mediación y legitimación cultural: la impronta de las redes sociales.

Social networks are emerging as a core element in professional and literary accreditation systems, shaping not only a new form of opinion generation, but also an information structure that organizes the rules of the medium. Their organization, syntax and internal rules so determine the forms of participation that whatever doesn't fit with them simply cannot exist as a cultural product.

Published in: Anuario Think EPI pp. 264 - 269
Main Authors: Cordón, José-Antonio, Alonso-Arévalo, Julio
Format: Article
Published: EPI SCP 2012
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Summary: Social networks are emerging as a core element in professional and literary accreditation systems, shaping not only a new form of opinion generation, but also an information structure that organizes the rules of the medium. Their organization, syntax and internal rules so determine the forms of participation that whatever doesn't fit with them simply cannot exist as a cultural product.