Roles del periodismo político en un contexto multiplataforma y de crisis institucional

Palabras clave: Roles profesionales, Periodismo, Chile, Comunicación política

Resumen

El artículo analiza el papel del periodismo político-económico chileno en el contexto de la crisis de confianza que se vivió el año 2015, con el surgimiento de casos de corrupción que afectaron a importantes grupos empresariales y políticos. Mediante el análisis de la puesta en práctica de diferentes roles profesionales en un contexto multiplataforma, se encontraron rasgos de un sistema de medios híbrido y dinámico en la relación de la profesión periodística con el poder.

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Publicado
2019-07-17
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Elórtegui Gómez, C., & Mellado Ruiz, C. (2019). Roles del periodismo político en un contexto multiplataforma y de crisis institucional. Comunicación Y Sociedad, 1-23. https://doi.org/10.32870/cys.v2019i0.7136
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