Tecnologias e audiências jovens de séries televisivas: um estudo de investigadoras do CECC



Carla Ganito, Catarina Duff Burnay e Cátia Ferreira são as investigadoras que assinam o artigo “Serialized Participatory Culture: The Digital Transformation of Youth Audiences”., um estudo sobre o efeito das novas tecnologias nos hábitos de consumo televisivo dos estudantes universitários portugueses.

Digital technologies are transforming audiences and media practices. In a context of serialization this paper wants to make the case for television series as much of the attention from the industry and the academy is drawn by music and cinema neglecting the effects on television viewing. Lawrence Lessig has proposed “remix” as one of the main outcomes of social and cultural practices enabled by new technologies that allow for easy production and sharing. Henry Jenkins talks of a “convergence culture” and many other authors refer a participatory turn. But this surge of creativity and participation poses new challenges to the industry and to the study of audiences. With the surge of transmediality and new platforms such as mobile phones and tablets, as well as enabling tools for massified DYI, the experience of television series consumption has been completely changed. This is particularly notable in youth audiences where television is still pervasive but networked media practices are gaining ground, namely a serialized participation culture characterized by immediacy, anticipation, control, emotional affordance and freedom. Based in a mixed methodology, composed of a quantitative online survey and a qualitative focus group approach, this paper will offer a case study of Portuguese College students’ serialized participatory culture regarding television series.

O artigo pode ser consultado no repositório da Universidade Católica Portuguesa.


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