Study of the concepts of digital culture, cyberspace, new temporalities and media-technological convergence. Analysis of media practices in the process of production, circulation and consumption in the digital environment. Metrics and indicators for the study of publishing networks (big data, algorithms, bubble filter, bots and cyborgs). Methodology for analyzing social networks.
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