Vol. 2 (2016): post(s) 2
Akademos

Textual and Visual Analysis of Latin America"™s Official, Online Climate Change News Articles: A Complementary Study

Fátima Viteri
Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Biografía
María Gabriela Pérez
Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Biografía
Sofía Serrano
Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Biografía

Publicado 2016-08-01

Palabras clave

  • cambio climático,
  • noticias en línea,
  • representaciones,
  • América Latina

Cómo citar

Viteri, F., Pérez, M. G., & Serrano, S. (2016). Textual and Visual Analysis of Latin America"™s Official, Online Climate Change News Articles: A Complementary Study. post(s), 2(1). https://doi.org/10.18272/posts.v2i1.811

Resumen

Las noticias oficiales sobre cambio climático (CC) implícitamente educan a los lectores. En un estudio previo se reconstruyeron representaciones educativas emergentes de sus textos (14) e imágenes (35) a través de análisis de contenido cualitativo. El presente estudio expande dicho análisis a través del análisis de contenido cuantitativo. Un resultado prominente demuestra que los textos incluyen principalmente datos, objetivos, causas y consecuencias del CC lo que se limita a conocimientos y comprensión. La producción de noticias se mantiene baja y orientada hacia la política. Se recomienda mayor estudio incluyendo otros productores de noticias sobre CC.

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