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Shouting at the television: Argumentation strategies in second screen social media use for Chilean political TV shows

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Publication date7/03/2017
Host publicationAoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research: The 17th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers
PublisherAoIR
Number of pages4
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

In this paper we argue that research into “second screen” use and the argumentation
practices of viewers during Chilean political TV programmes is a useful way of
examining broader social trends in the political and media fields. Numerous scholars
have concerned themselves with the increasing interlinkages between traditional
broadcast and print media with new forms of digital media, most notably Jenkins (2006)
who suggests the term ‘convergence culture’.