This article arises from a broad interest in collective issues and the exercise of democracy in a context marked by the depoliticization of the social and the crisis of traditional politics. Today, other spaces are becoming politicized and have allowed the emergence of new forms of participation. We are referring to cyberspace, an opportunity for organization, articulation and participation for citizens who are interested in the public. Thus, we propose a reflection around the experience in the Podemos party network and its link with the 15-M social movement in Spain, valuing the use of non-traditional information and communication technologies.
|Translated title of the contribution||Matches-Movements On The Net: The Case Of We Can|
|Original language||Spanish (Ecuador)|
|Title of host publication||Parties-Movements in the network: The case of we can|
|State||Published - 3 May 2018|