Mediatización de las epidemias: la cobertura sobre la pandemia de la gripe A (H1N1) de 2009 en Argentina, Estados Unidos y Venezuela

Palabras clave: Periodismo de salud, Epidemias, Gripe A (H1N1), Mediatización, Cobertura

Resumen

En este artículo se explora la mediatización de las epidemias como objeto de conocimiento público, mediante un análisis de contenido de las noticias sobre la gripe A (H1N1) de 2009 en Argentina, Estados Unidos y Venezuela. Los resultados indican que los periódicos siguieron los esfuerzos de las autoridades sanitarias de movilizar la atención pública y, simultáneamente, contener la alarma exagerada y los discursos sobre el virus.

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Publicado
2020-04-08
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Hallin, D., Briggs, C., Mantini-Briggs, C., Spinelli, H., & Sy, A. (2020). Mediatización de las epidemias: la cobertura sobre la pandemia de la gripe A (H1N1) de 2009 en Argentina, Estados Unidos y Venezuela. Comunicación Y Sociedad, 1-24. https://doi.org/10.32870/cys.v2020.7207
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