El blogging y su espacio-temporalidad

Márquez, Dorismilda Flores
June 2011
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;jun2011, Vol. 17 Issue 33, p77
Academic Journal
This article is about autobiographical blogging as an emergent communication practice, in terms of its spatial and temporal coordinates. The starting point is to understand spatio-temporality as an inseparable condition in social practices and, in this case, in communication practices. To establish this, there are an overview about conceptions of time and space, from early to late modernity. Then there is an analysis of conceptions of time and space from the point of view of bloggers, as well as their autobiographical stories published in blogs. The results let us understand this practice in greater depth and, at the same time, give clues about other forms of communication associated with Web 2.0; as well, the understanding of spatio-temporality in the analysis of social practices is essential for providing more complex explanations about different objects of study.


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