Nuevo público de los medios de comunicación y cuestiones de sexualidad en el Gran Hermano Naia

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https://doi.org/10.36390/telos262.23

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Nuevos medios de comunicación, Audiencia, Sexualidad, Gran Hermano Naija, Ecosistema mediático nigeriano

Resumen

Los nuevos medios juegan efectivamente el papel de transmitir rápidamente el contenido de los medios a diversas comunidades en línea, y esta tecnología de Internet también permite el almacenamiento y la recuperación de contenido. Los organizadores de Big Brother Naija (BBN) parecen haber aprovechado esta facilidad para interactuar con la audiencia del reality show de la manera más profunda en el ecosistema mediático nigeriano. Aprovechando la Teoría de la Reflexión Empirista (ERT) de John Locke, el artículo utiliza métodos de investigación cuantitativos y cualitativos para examinar si los codificadores (el nuevo público de los medios de comunicación) percibieron la promoción de la desnudez, el sexo ilícito, los besos desordenados y la vulgaridad en la edición de 2018 de Big Brother Naija (BBN), codificada como "Double Wahala". Para obtener los datos cuantitativos se utilizó una lista de 72 fiabilidad de consistencia interna, mientras que los datos se analizaron utilizando porcentajes simples y un gráfico de pie. Esto fue complementado por modalidades de investigación cualitativa de métodos de observación histórico-analítico y documento. El estudio encontró que los participantes y los organizadores, por razones económicas, arrojaron cautela sobre la moralidad y los valores al viento con el resultado de las relaciones sexuales reales entre los participantes que asciende a 52% entre otras variables estudiadas. Se llegó a la conclusión de que los organizadores del programa deberían rediseñarlo para promover entretenimiento saludable, educación y iluminación del público, especialmente de los jóvenes de Nigeria.

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Nuevo público de los medios de comunicación y cuestiones de sexualidad en el Gran Hermano Naia. (2024). Telos: Revista De Estudios Interdisciplinarios En Ciencias Sociales, 26(2), 578-594. https://doi.org/10.36390/telos262.23

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