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Jovens, mídia, alfabetização midiática, impressão digital, pesquisa-ação, produção midiática, redes, rádio jovem, mídias sociais

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A era digital reconfigurou as relações entre produtores e usuários. As ações em rede são potencialmente reinterpretadas por outros usuários. A intenção dos produtores midiáticos adquire seu sentido neste contexto que denominamos «pós-vida digital». Neste artigo analisamos as implicações deste fenômeno para as mídias e os jovens. O estudo foi feito através da análise etnográfica das atividades executadas por um grupo de jovens que trabalham criando produtos midiáticos de grande impacto em uma rádio na Califórnia (Youth Radio). O estudo de caso incluído neste artigo centra-se em una iniciativa de jornalismo de pesquisa dentro da Youth Radio: uma série transmidiática sobre o tráfico sexual infantil produzida por um jovem de 21 anos com a ajuda de editores veteranos. A análise desvela a forma em que as mídias «juvenis» deixam de sê-lo uma vez que se convertem em um produto digital em si, cujo conteúdo é repetidamente reproduzido nas mãos de adultos e instituições com sua própria história, organização e economia política. O artigo conclui identificando dimensões essenciais de alfabetização que os jovens criam e empregam através de sua experimentação com as mídias móveis e sociais, entre outros: a descoberta, a análise, a mobilização em rede e a programação de plataformas.

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