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Brazilian Political Science Review

versão On-line ISSN 1981-3821

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NICOLAS, Maria Alejandra; BRAGATTO, Rachel Callai  e  SAMPAIO, Rafael Cardoso. Internet and politics studies in Brazil: mapping the characteristics and disparities of the research field. Bras. Political Sci. Rev. [online]. 2013, vol.7, n.2, pp.114-140. ISSN 1981-3821.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1981-38212013000200005.

This article focuses on the appropriation of the subject of Internet and Politics by Brazilian Social Sciences. To this end, we analysed 299 papers presented at 11 conferences in the areas of Sociology, Political Science and Social Communication from 2000 to 2011 in Brazil. The methodology was based on content analysis in order to map the main authors, research centres, political and technological objects, theoretical approaches, methods, techniques and coverage areas of the papers presented in each of these conferences. Our findings suggest significant growth in the number of studies presented over the last few years, where 40.5% were based mainly on qualitative research and 56.5% had an emphasis on the civil society strand. Finally, our longitudinal analyses indicate some changes in the field, with a growing number of studies carrying out empirical research, and a tendency to focus on more specific digital tools instead of on the Internet in general.

Palavras-chave : Internet and politics; digital democracy; academic research; political science; Brazil.

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