Media, public sphere and citizenship. What communication policies for which society?

  • Jorge Iván Bonilla Vélez Universidad EAFIT

Abstract

This article aims at inquiring into the role communication policies play nowadays in the
democratization of the public word, a fact which would certainly lead us to assume that
the communication is a social right linked to the access, usage, practices, recognitions,
and participation of citizens as individuals capable of formulating society projects.
Communication is thus perceived as a necessary
condition for the conformation of
comprising citizenships, as an indispensable element for the effective performance of
civil and political rights and, hence, as a key factor to social integration.
  • Author Biography

    Jorge Iván Bonilla Vélez, Universidad EAFIT
    Investigador de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Colombia y director de la investigación “Periodismo, Guerra y Paz : Campo intelectual periodístico y agendas de información en Colombia”. Profesor Investigador Coordinador Especialización en Comunicación Política en la Universidad EAFIT.Profesor Investigador Coordinador Especialización en Comunicación Política - See more at: http://felafacs.org/bonilla-velez-jorge-ivan/#sthash.5iewiJ4b.dpuf

    Profesor Investigador Coordinador Especialización en Comunicación Política en la Universidad EAFIT

    Profesor Investigador Coordinador Especialización en Comunicación Política - See more at: http://felafacs.org/bonilla-velez-jorge-ivan/#sthash.5iewiJ4b.dpufProfesor Investigador Coordinador Especialización en Comunicación Política - See more at: http://felafacs.org/bonilla-velez-jorge-ivan/#sthash.5iewiJ4b.dpuf
Published
2014-12-19
How to Cite
Bonilla Vélez, J. I. (2014). Media, public sphere and citizenship. What communication policies for which society?. Anagramas Rumbos Y Sentidos De La Comunicación, 4(8), 41-52. Retrieved from https://revistas.udem.edu.co/index.php/anagramas/article/view/1116

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