Comunicación digital y la realidad social en la comunicación entre los usuarios de las redes sociales rusoparlantes: representación del contenido histórico
This paper analyzes the content of social networks, devoted to historical events, in particular the October revolution of 1917. Objectives. The aim of this project is analysis of content devoted to historical events, to determine how the assessment of significant historical events affect the social reality, as reflected in virtual communication. Methodology. The main techniques that were used to obtain empirical data were used interdisciplinary approach, mass surveys, focus group interviews, analysis of content dedicated to the October revolution, harvested from social networks (Facebook, Vkontakte, Livejournal); analysis of essays. Data processing was carried out using Tableau software and Automap. Results. The content devoted to historical content in the Russian-speaking social networks, social tensions repeats of the events of 100 years ago. Discussion and Conclusion. The conflict that has split Russian society into hostile irreconcilable camps in 1917, continues to divide people today. The battlefield has shifted to virtual space, where the evaluation of historical events becomes another way of marking "friend or foe", leads to conflict communication and increase social tensions.