CAMELIA BECIU SOCIOLOGIA COMUNICARII PDF

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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Prima pagina Consiliul editorial Prezentare Cuprins nr. The study aims to examine the extent to which parliamentary parties from Romania are using Social Media to promote their image and political messages, but comunicagii the level of participation of supporters in social networks.

Csmelia than that, another objective of this paper aims to identify similarities between the hypothetical percentages of supporters of political parties in Social Media, electoral percentages of accessing the Romanian Parliament and the current political configuration of the Romanian Parliament. The Research method used is quantitative analysis of the online documents and working tool used is the traffic analysis and the degree of the participation in social networks.

The new Media caused major changes in the political communication. This analysis aims to identify how the parliamentary parties in Romania managed to mobilize their voters by means of the communication mediated by the social networks, blogs and videos on Youtube. Another aim of the paper requires the identification of any similarities or differences between the percentages of the supporters of the political parties in the Social Media, the electoral percentages of accessing the Parliament of Romania obtained in the parliamentary elections and the political configuration of the Parliament of Romania at the end of the parliamentary session.

Functions of the New Media in the Political Communication. Thus, the political actor argues the visibility of his key messages delivered to cxmelia target group; c Due to the new media, the politicians launch a presumptive political and media agenda. Nowadays, it has become of common practice socioogia the journalists to give visibility to some statements taken from the blogs or Facebook pages of the sociolkgia. The real revolution of the Internet and mass communication through the new media bwciu realized at the beginning sodiologia the third millennium when Web 1.

Another essential feature of Web 2. Facebook is a part of the Social Media category as well. The Facebook social network was comunicadii on February 4, and it currently has a number of registered members, countries www. In other words, this site was created from the perspective of at least five dimensions, as follows: In AprilRomania recorded a total ofusers, according to the Facebook Demographics: On November 21,the number of the Facebook users in Romania reached 1,, given that in May1, members were registered.

Of the total population in Romania, 8. In NovemberRomania ranked 47th in the world ranking of the countries with the most Facebook members. Only in Comuunicariialmost 1. In the last 3 months the age segments that registered the largest increases, of approximately 80, users, are those between years old and years old respectively.

The political figures most visible in the Social Media, according to the data from www. In order to build a relevant research, we will need to consider, as well, the online voters that we find in this social network.

Thus, the total sociologiaa of Bsciu is of 21,, the number of citizens with voting rights is of 18, 7 Beyond this, we can state that Facebook has a significant contribution to the social reconfiguration in Romania in terms of the users who need to create and promote their image in this online community, comunicwrii complete their group of friends and to interact with new people. With the development of the Facebook users database and the growing involvement of the political actors and their team of communicators in this type of communication by means of social networks, we assume that Facebook will be able to facilitate interaction at the level of large groups as well through the online opinion leaders, which will be investigated in the next parliamentary elections held on December 9, This party ruled from December 22, until April 27, Soon, it becomes the strongest current political structure and, at the local elections inwon The National Soxiologia 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.

It was established under that name on May 24, Of the 87 offices of Romania, 30 were led by liberal prime ministers. From to December socillogia,it was part of the ruling coalition.

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The party took the ocmunicarii name on May 7, They formed the parliamentary group of independents. The Political configuration of the Parliament of Romania after the election According to www.

Minority group — 18 mandates from The current political configuration of the Parliament of Romania According to www. Subsequently, of the 33 independent MPs, 24 have formed a new political party comunicarij the National Union for the Progress of Romania. Analyzing the extent to which the parliamentary parties in Romania use the Social Media to promote the image and the political cameliq of the political party. Identifying the presumptive similarities and differences between the percentages of the supporters of the political parties in Social Media, the electoral percentages of accessing the Parliament of Romania and communicarii current political configuration of the parliamentary system in Romania.

The parliamentary parties in Romania due not fully exploit the promotion of the image and the political message of the party and also the interaction with their voters by means of the Social Media.

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. 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.

The instrument used for achieving O1: In the first instance, in order to investigate whether the official websites of the parliamentary political parties in Romania use the social networks and blogs to promote the image of the party, I viewed the website of each party, for noticing if they have on their first page, a link to their Facebook pages, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and other networks, and I also viewed the blogs of the political leaders.

The instrument used for achieving O2: 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 the current political configuration, I will use the following resources: We will calculate these percentages from the total number of the citizens eligible to vote registered on the electoral lists and not from the number of the citizens turnout.

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.

The entire research was based on the content analysis of the online resources used by the political parties under study.

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 Liberal Democratic Partyaccording to the www. However, there are icons for all the social networks under study, but refer to the main pages of the social networks and not to the custom pages of the party.

The Social Democratic Party, according to the www. The National Liberal Partyaccording to the www. The Conservative Partyaccording to the www. The percentage of the use of the Social Media by the Conservative Party is of The Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romaniaaccording to the www.

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The National Union for the Progress of Romaniaaccording to the www. Analysis of representation in the Parliament of Romania vs. The remaining 69 Facebook pages support a political cause or belong to the politicians or the political parties not geciu in the Parliament.

Relating to the Facebook groups supporting the six political parties, we find that the total number is of discussion groups, summing 85, members. The Liberal Democratic Party has 26 Facebook pages of politicians or central or local affiliatesfor a total offans.

The LDP obtained, at the parliamentary elections ina rate of Relating to the Facebook groups supporting the DLP, we find that the total number is of 22 discussion groups, summing 16, members.

The DLP popularity obtained in the Social Media correlates with the votes obtained in the elections, so that we can state that a sufficient number of them continue their support in the Social Media also.

The Social Liberal Unionthe political alliance that was formed during the parliamentary session, consists of the Social Democratic Party, the National Liberal Party and the Conservative Party, totaling together 71 pages, and the cumulative number of fans is oftaking into account that the Facebook page of the Social Liberal Union has 11, members and supporters from all the three political parties. Relating to the Facebook groups supporting the SLU, we find that the total number is of 68 discussion comunicatii, summing 63, members.

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After the formation of the political alliance, on Facebook came,ia were created by the supporters of the three parties, pages and groups for supporting the union that emphasized the extent to which they participated in the promotion of their common political message. The Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania has 3 Facebook pages of politicians or central cameliia local brancheswith a total of 1, fans.

The DUHR obtained a rate of 2. Relating to the Facebook groups supporting the DUHR, we find that the total number is of 5 discussion groups, summing members. This indicates a becuu low extent to which the Hungarian communities in Romania participated in the social networks and the politics of the Union is realized only by the politicians without the active online participation of the electorate.

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. Relating to the Facebook groups supporting the NUPR, we find that the total number is of 13 discussion groups, summing 5, members.

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These percentages emphasize that the NUPR is a group that did not receive the popular vote and does not have the reputation and the reliability of the other parties in the Parliament of Romania yet. However, we note that the degree of the online support for the party is greater than the one of beciiu Conservative Party and of the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania.

From the chart below we see that both the Social Democratic Party and the Liberal Democratic Party have an equal number of Facebook support pages, but the total number of members is 6 percent higher for the Liberal Democrats.

From the chart below we see that, even if the DLP and the SDP — CP came into Parliament with a noticeably equal number of parliamentary mandates, the participation of the supporters of the Alliance on Facebook is about 10 percent higher than the one of the Liberal Democratic Party.

The parliamentary parties in Romania do not use all the social networks. 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 comunicsrii.

The same applies to the National Union for the Progress of Romania. Even if the political configuration has changed in the Parliament of Romania, in point of the number of parliamentary seats, the configuration remains approximately the same in point of percentage, as inthe percentage of the political party supporters on Facebook is equal to the electoral situation in the parliamentary elections.

The political parties, which have exploited the benefits of promoting their image and political messages by means of the social networks, have enjoyed sociokogia active participation of their supporters on Facebook.

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These ones have initiated discussion groups and online communities, and have actively supported the efforts of the parties. Beyond this, we must take into consideration the fact that regardless of the smaller number of supporters on Facebook compared to the number of the real voters, the users initiating causes or online discussion groups are very influential opinion leaders, not only in the online but in the real world also.

This theory showed that the opinion leaders are, in fact, the ones who affect the interpretation of the media messages. In other words, the media message is not directly interpreted by the public, but mediated through interpersonal communication and the contact with the opinion leaders.

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