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Title: El tratamiento de la violencia machista en la prensa digital de información general española (El Confidencial, El Español y La aplicación de las recomendaciones y su repercusión en las redes sociales en los últimos cuatro años
Author: Urquízar Puerta, Carmen
Director: Urbano Ortiz, Patrick
Keywords: social networks
gender violence
digital media
social conscience
Issue Date: 1-Feb-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: There are a lot of media professionals and journalists that work with effort to create feminist content and write about gender violence stories (and their consequences) in their media. We are talking about silenced stories that are difficult to find in the most popular media but that we can read in alternative media on the internet, like some digital newspapers. However, most of the media are still not informing in the correctly way about sexist violence. In this research, work, advances, style manuals and strategies suggested by differents platforms, organizations, associations and media have been compiled with the objective to inform about gender violence in a correctly, effective and respectful way. Besides, we analyze different news from differents Spanish digital newspapers about generalist information in the last four years, analyzing how journalists use style manuals and codes of ethics when they write this type of news. We analyze what they implement, what not and how to solve it. Finally, we make a review about the importance of the social media in the current outlook for evolve a feminist communication.
Language: Spanish
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