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La salud en el debate online: análisis de comentarios sobre carnes rojas y procesadas y cáncer en elpais.com

Cristina González-Pedraz, Ana-Victoria Pérez-Rodríguez

Resumen


En internet el lector puede participar en la información periodística a través de los comentarios, que se han convertido en una interesante fuente de datos para analizar la opinión de las audiencias sobre la actualidad científica y sanitaria. El presente trabajo realiza un análisis de contenido de un corpus de 2.394 comentarios a noticias sobre la relación entre carnes rojas y procesadas y cáncer en elpais.com. Los comentarios no parecen contribuir a una versión más completa del reporte periodístico, sino que el debate se desvirtúa en gran medida hacia otros asuntos. Los comentaristas se basan en su experiencia personal y en estereotipos para rechazar la evidencia científica.


Palabras clave


Periodismo digital; Ciberperiodismo; Periodismo científico; Periodismo de salud; Información de salud; Comentarios; Análisis de contenido; Nutrición; Carne; Cáncer; El país.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2019.mar.11

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