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Identity and Participation
Journal Title: SOCIOLOGIA DELLA COMUNICAZIONE  
Author/s: Oscar Ricci 
Year:  2013 Issue: 46 Language: Italian 
Pages:  21 Pg. 74-94 FullText PDF:  2126 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SC2013-046006
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This article presents the results of a qualitative analysis, conducted through discourse analysis and semi structured interviews, of several groups of political satire on Facebook, some concentrated particularly in criticizing the five-star movement. The results show how the specificity of these groups is to have built a critique from the web of a popular movement that originates and develops from the web itself. The interviews show how behind a conflict on political themes there is a deep critique on the use and the very nature of the web.
Keywords: Political satire, political partecipation, web studies, trolling, Movimento 5 Stelle, Internet culture.

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Oscar Ricci, Identity and Participation in "SOCIOLOGIA DELLA COMUNICAZIONE " 46/2013, pp. 74-94, DOI:10.3280/SC2013-046006

   

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