Uso das mídias Sociais nas eleições e seu impacto nos eleitores: Um estudo Bibliométrico

Davi Pinheiro Santana, Jefferson David Araujo Sales, Alessandra Cabral Nogueira Lima

Resumo


Com o crescente uso das aplicações tecnológicas, os artefatos e ferramentas ganharam importância significativa, dentre eles as mídias sociais. No campo da política não é diferente, já que após as eleições americanas de 2008, o uso dessas ferramentas tornou-se crucial em campanhas. A atenção voltou-se para esse tema de estudo, contudo, investigam como os políticos as utilizavam, seja para mobilizar eleitores, gerar mais participação e/ou engajamento. Em complemento a isso, pesquisadores do campo afirmam que pesquisas recentes focaram apenas para o contexto dos agentes políticos, preterindo a realidade dos eleitores. Perante esse movimento encontrado na literatura, este estudo teve como objetivo apresentar e discutir a produção científica, durante o período de 2008 a 2020, sobre os temas: mídias sociais, eleições e eleitores. O diagnóstico/levantamento aponta para uma diferença no número de pesquisas realizadas entre os cenários, como também, indica diferentes caminhos para que sejam desenvolvidas investigações no contexto dos eleitores.

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Mídias Sociais, Política, Eleições, Eleitores, Bibliometria

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