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Title: The Solitary and Hatred within Social Media
Authors: Mendoza Velazco, Derling José
Barros Bravo, Renato Mauricio
Sánchez Calderón, Hugo Iván
Yánez Balarezo, Samuel
Martínez Segovia, Mayra
Lucano Alomoto, Santiago
Keywords: Information and communication technologies;Attitudes;Ecuadorian society;Emotional intelligence;Symbolic interaction
Issue Date: Nov-2019
Publisher: Universidad Nacional de Educación
Abstract: The Technology nowadays has a fundamental role when it comes to the changes made by humanity, which they have experimented throughout its history. The technology which covers both communication and information allows emotions, attitudes and values to be shown. These are implied due to them being generated in the network, developing forms of participation and the interaction between those who have a share common interest such as ideas, information, knowledge and entertainment. This research article provides a quick summary of the theoretical analysis of the “Martha” and “Diana” cases which occurred in Ecuador. The methodology applied was a mixed type with a sequential explanatory design (Dexplis). The analyzed material was collected, through the use of a software called Pandora Network Traffic Analyzer and by having a semi-structured interview which applied to two journalists and two University teachers in the social communication. The publications which are made by the social media and the data which is obtained by the key informants of the study, were verified by checking how the public opinion is influenced by the way in which the information is handled and exposed. The human actions migrate back to the network, where a confrontation between opponents and supporters is reflected. Furthermore, Network communication encourages citizens to discuss the controversial issues that bring down the real events, exalting solidarity and hatred of foreign immigrants residing Ecuador.
ISSN: 2281-3993

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