Since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) in March 2020, citizens of various countries around the world have been exposed to catching this virus, as well as in labor, economic and social uncertainty. Social. In this chapter, we carry out a content analysis on the content related to migration and coronavirus in four referential headers in America: two cybermedia from the United States -La Opinion and El Diario Nueva York-, and two referential headers from Mexico: Milenio Diario and La Border Voice. The results show that the migratory phenomenon tends to be constructed based on the approach of the media: on the one hand, as immigration -with a negative nuance-, in the case of the headlines based in the host country -United States-, from the consequences or effects; on the other, as migration -with a positive nuance-, for the platforms located in the countries of referral, frequently described from human stories, that is, with an emotional character.
|Translated title of the contribution||The role of cybermedia in times of health crisis: Case: Mexico-United States migration|
|Original language||Spanish (Colombia)|
|Title of host publication||Comunicación y salud en la era posdigital|
|Editors||Jorge Alberto Hidalgo Toledo, Janet García González, Luis Alfonso Guadarrama Rico, Patricia Ortega Ramírez, Lenin Rafael Martell Gámez|
|Place of Publication||Aveiro|
|Number of pages||28|
|State||Published - Apr 2021|