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Claudia Lagos Lira

Karla Palma

Florencia Limonado

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Resumen

Este artículo ofrece un estudio de caso del periodismo de investigación televisivo chileno que cubre desastres y conflictos socioambientales. A partir del análisis de 17 reportajes en profundidad emitidos por los dos principales programas de televisión sobre actualidad del país, mostramos que el periodismo en profundidad fue tejiendo una crónica sobre algunos de los problemas ambientales más agudos de la década de los noventa. De hecho, casi 13 horas de metraje construyen una memoria visual de los conflictos en una sociedad impulsada por una economía extractivista. Se advierte una diversidad geográfica al cubrir el medio ambiente, así como en el reporteo sobre la producción de residuos y sobre la contaminación. A pesar de la relativa diversidad de fuentes, existe un fuerte desequilibrio en la representación de género.

Keywords

Investigative Journalism, Disasters, Socio-environmental conflicts, Television, ExtractivismPeriodismo de investigación, Desastres, Conflictos socio ambientales, Televisión, Extractivismojornalismo investigativo, calamidades, conflitos socioambientais, extrativismo

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Cómo citar
Lagos Lira, C., Palma, K., & Limonado, F. (2022). Las tres Qs del periodismo en profundidad representando desastres y conflictos socioambientales en la televisión chilena: Qué (la agenda), quiénes (las fuentes) y dónde (las locaciones). Signo Y Pensamiento, 40(79). https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.syp40-79.twdj
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