Amplificando la voz de los ciudadanos ante la globalización mediática

The economic crises have mainly affected the most vulnerable social sectors and have created situations of loss of freedom and inequality. Currently, most media are controlled by a relatively small set of companies worldwide. In this situation, networked society has accelerated the development of alternative communication models which act as speakers for citizens. The aim of this study is to describe the main features of the new forms of expression, communication and cooperation of citizens such as social networks, review-sites, citizen journalism and collaborative economy. It is concluded that with these new challenges is essential to continue to develop ethical principles of self-regulation to ensure the accuracy and thoroughness of new forms of communication on the network ​
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