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Construcción de comunidades online a partir de comunidades presenciales consolidadas. El caso de la Iglesia Católica en internet

Míriam Díez-Bosch, Josep-Lluís Micó-Sanz, Alba Sabaté-Gauxachs

Resumen


En la era digital el concepto de comunidad se ha ampliado. Los factores de espacio y tiempo ya no influyen en la construcción de grupos de personas reunidas en torno a un interés común. ¿Qué elementos facilitan que se creen las comunidades digitales? ¿Cómo se mantienen? ¿Cómo compaginan su existencia digital con su posible presencia en el mundo real? El objetivo de este artículo es analizar la construcción de comunidades digitales consolidadas, estudiar los elementos que hacen posible mantenerlas y desvelar cómo comunidades afianzadas en el mundo físico gestionan su presencia digital. El caso estudiado es la comunidad católica global, observada a partir de las 19 webs que reciben más visitas en las cinco lenguas más habladas por los católicos, monitorizadas durante tres años.


Palabras clave


Comunidad online; Comunidad digital; Comunidad presencial; Construcción de comunidad; Catolicismo; Webs católicas; Comunidad digital católica.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2018.nov.09

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