¿Qué reforma política debate el periodismo brasileño? Un estudio acerca de la cobertura del sitio de Folha de S. Paulo entre 1994 y 2016

Translated title of the contribution: Which political reform does Brazilian journalism discuss? : A study about the coverage of Folha de S. Paulo’s website between 1994 and 2016

Camila Mont'Alverne, Victor Hausen, Pedro Henrique Leite

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Abstract

This article analyzes the coverage of the Brazilian political reforms made by Folha de S. Paulo's website between 1994 and 2016 by merging the literature in Political Science on this subject and studies in Political Journalism. To do so, we conducted an automated content analysis of 6,038 texts. The results indicate that political reforms are constantly in the journalistic agenda; that some concerns remain during the period, such as discussions about proportional representation, rules related to the party system, and the norms that regulate electoral campaigns, and that although the information and opinion sections have similar agendas, the latter speculates about the party system and the systems of government.
Translated title of the contributionWhich political reform does Brazilian journalism discuss? : A study about the coverage of Folha de S. Paulo’s website between 1994 and 2016
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)201-219
JournalCuadernos.info
Volume43
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2018

Keywords

  • political journalism
  • political reform
  • journalistic agenda
  • Folha de S. Paulo
  • content analysis

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