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Online media consumption and trust in Peru. A study on the university students

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Ibáñez D.B.
Freundt-Thurne Ú.
Montemayor D.J.G.
Garzón K.T.P.



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Associacao Iberica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informacao

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The virtual public space tends to be articulated as an extension of the contemporary public sphere. However, this is a process that is not being developed horizontally at a global level, there are countries that, like Peru, are identified by the predominant mediation of traditional media, as a consequence of the digital divide, according to which approximately half of the population is still not connected. This study presents the results of a survey of 720 university students in Peru, and our interest lies in describing aspects such as the relationship between trust and consumption of digital media in this country; the main characteristics required of an informative website; the most used interaction mechanisms; and, ultimately, how a group so relevant to Peruvian democracy, such as young university students, tends to channel their participation and experience online. © 2018, Associacao Iberica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informacao. All rights reserved.
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Digital media , Participatory interaction , University Students , Virtual public sphere
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