Politics 36 (1): 19– Beciu, Camelia. Sociologia Comunicării Și a Spațiului Public [Sociology of Communication and Public Space]. Iasi: Polirom. Camelia Beciu Beciu, C () Sociologia comunicării şi a spaţiului public [ Sociologie de la communication et de Sur la sociologie des problèmes publics. Beciu, Camelia. Sociologia comunicării și a spațiului public [The Sociology of Communication and of the Public Sphere]. Iași: Editura.

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The corpus consists predominantly of political talk shows on two television channels specialized in news broadcasting and political commentary, but different in terms of practices of mediation of the political sphere. However, users may print, download, or email sociolobia for individual use. Fuego As we move forward towards a participatory culture, made possible by the Web2. Click here to sociollgia up. It was established under that name on May 24, The research method used to achieve the objectives is represented by the quantitative analysis of the documents and the instrument used is the analysis of the traffic and of the degree of participation in the social networks.

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There are also political parties, among which we can mention the Liberal Democratic Party the winner of the parliamentary elections in which do not use any social network only the discussion forumon their official website, in order to promote their image and their political messages or for interaction with the supporters of the political party.

Even if the political configuration has changed considerably in the Parliament of Romania, the political party supporters on Facebook is, in percentage, equal to the electoral situation in the parliamentary elections. Facebook is a part of the Social Media category as well. The entire research was based on the content analysis of the online resources used by the political parties under study.

Of the 87 offices of Romania, 30 were led by liberal prime ministers. Soon, it becomes the strongest current political structure and, at the local elections inwon The Facebook social network was founded on February 4, and it currently has a number of registered members, countries www.


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Within the frame of a critical discourse analysis, the study examines the media representation of the diaspora and of the public from the perspective of discursive strategies specific to identity construction in the contexts of action at a distance: In order to identify the presumptive similarities and differences between the percentages of the supporters of the political parties in the Social Media, the electoral percentages of accessing the Parliament of Romania and cammelia current political configuration, I will use the following resources: In order to build a relevant research, we will need to consider, as well, the online voters that we find in this social network.

The remaining 69 Facebook pages support a political cause or belong to the comunicarik or the political parties not represented in the Parliament. Nowadays, it has become of common practice for the journalists to give visibility to some statements taken from the blogs or Facebook pages of the politicians.

The National Union for the Progress of Romania did not participate in the parliamentary elections, but was formed, during the parliamentary session, by the MPs who left other parliamentary parties.

The National Liberal Party PNL is one of the main political parties in Romania, considered a historic party as well, with a significant role in modernizing the country. Help Center Find new research papers in: The challenges and opportunities of Social Media”, in Business Horizons 53 1: However, we note that the degree of the online support for the party is camelka than the one of the Conservative Party and of the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania.

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McQuire, Scott, Radywyl, Natalia. They formed the parliamentary group of independents. English Copyright of Revista Romana de Sociologie is the property of Revista Romana de Sociologie and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted camelix a listserv without the copyright holder’s express written permission. The Liberal Democratic Party has 26 Facebook pages of politicians comunicqrii central or local affiliatesfor a total offans. Thus, we shall uncover the mechanism underneath this very productive process of creating online content and meaning.


The new Media caused major changes in the political communication.

The current political configuration of the Parliament of Romania According to www. This abstract may be abridged. The Conservative Partyaccording to the www. The same applies to the National Union for the Progress of Romania.

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Log In Sign Up. The real revolution of the Internet and mass communication through the new media was realized at the beginning of comunocarii third millennium when Web 1. The study cameli to examine the extent to which parliamentary parties from Romania are using Social Media to promote their image and political messages, but also the level of participation of supporters in social networks. This theory showed that the opinion leaders are, in fact, the ones who affect the interpretation of the media messages.

Data were obtained as a result of centralizing the information and the statistical figures from the official websites of the parliamentary political parties in Romania. These ones have initiated discussion groups and online communities, and have actively supported the efforts of the parties. The percentage of the use of the Social Media by the Conservative Party is of The parliamentary political parties of Romania in social networks After reviewing the official sites of the parliamentary parties in Romania, the use of the social networks and of the blogs of the political leaders are represented as follows:.

The instrument used for achieving O1: