Migración y coronavirus en Estados Unidos y México: Una propuesta de modelado de tópicos a partir de cuatro cibermedios de habla hispana

Translated title of the contribution: Migration and coronavirus in the United States and Mexico: A topic modeling proposal based on four Spanish-speaking cybermedia

Daniel Barredo, Frambel Lizárraga Salas, Brianda Elena Peraza Noriega

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Abstract

This article, of a comparative nature, analyzes the news coverage of four Spanish-speaking media outlets in Mexico and in the United States around immigration and the coronavirus. To do this, we have opted for topic modeling, a quantitative technique that allows us to examine the main topics that make up the phenomenon alluded to in these headers, thanks to the association established between their keywords. In the results, on the one hand, the vulnerability and stereotypes that criminalize immigrants are observed and, on the other, we find a distinctive treatment of immigration associated with the media, depending on the context in which they operate, as a country of origin, or as a receiving country.
Translated title of the contributionMigration and coronavirus in the United States and Mexico: A topic modeling proposal based on four Spanish-speaking cybermedia
Original languageSpanish (Colombia)
Title of host publicationPeriodismo, comunicación y servicio público
EditorsDaniel Barredo Ibáñez, Iván Puentes Rivera, José Rúas Araújo
Place of PublicationBogotá
PublisherTirant lo Blanch
Chapter3
Pages41-73
Number of pages32
ISBN (Print)9788418970436
StatePublished - Dec 2021

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