Specification a model for study of Internet reliability


Gross mode, social reliability emerges after an agenda is established with issues focused on political corruption that, far from directing a debate and public consensus, generate negative emotions that result in social despair, a suitable setting for the propaganda of the rectory the authoritarian state. The objective of the present work is to establish a model for the study of the phenomenon in question. A documentary study was carried out with a non-probabilistic selection of sources indexed to national repositories, considering the year of publication in the period 2000 to 2019 , as well as the inclusion of concepts such as "reliability", " millennials ", "Internet users " There are lines of research regarding the extension of the model and its contrast in electoral processes.


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