La representación de la frontera México-Estados Unidos en las noticias televisivas: análisis textual sobre cuerpos y seguridad forzada

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https://doi.org/10.29105/gmjmx15.29-12

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representación mediática, noticias televisivas, frontera México-Estados Unidos, análisis textual

Resumen

Este artículo analiza cómo las noticias de televisión han sobredimensionado la representación de la frontera de Estados Unidos y México en temas de inmigración de manera "espectacular" y relacionada con un discurso de "guerra". A partir del análisis textual de noticias televisivas, mi objetivo es demostrar cómo las noticias de cadenas de televisión local en los Estados Unidos (NBC) y México (Televisa) construyen unarepresentación de la frontera entre los Estados Unidos y México a través de una particular visión conflictiva para dar cuenta de la seguridad, el orden e intervención en la frontera, con estrategias visuales similares. El análisis se centra en el "texto visual" oen los reportajesde noticias de televisión, que intenta analizarlassuposiciones guían la actividad de la cobertura y cómo, al mismo tiempo, limita lo que se informa en las noticias. Esto, en consecuencia, contribuye a la perpetuación de una representación relacionada con la ̈crisis ̈dela región fronteriza.

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David Gonzalez Hernandez, ITESO

Profesor Tiempo Completo: ITESO-Universidad Jesuita de Guadalajara

Doctor en Comunicación por la Universidad de California, San Diego (UCSD)

SNI nivel 1

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2019-02-05

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Gonzalez Hernandez, D. (2019). La representación de la frontera México-Estados Unidos en las noticias televisivas: análisis textual sobre cuerpos y seguridad forzada. Global Media Journal México, 15(29). https://doi.org/10.29105/gmjmx15.29-12