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El sensacionalismo de los riesgos y las catástrofes : un siglo consolidándose en los relatos periodísticos

 

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Author: Lozano Ascencio, Carlos
Date: 2015
Published in: RIHC : revista internacional de Historia de la Comunicación, 5, 35-51.
Document type: Article
Abstract: El impulso industrial de la prensa norteamericana y europea de finales del siglo XIX estuvo acompañado necesariamente de una estrategia editorial que tenía como finalidad que los receptores de las principales cabeceras comenzaran a sentirse mucho má...
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The industrial boom of the American and European press of the late nineteenth century was necessarily accompanied by an editorial strategy that was intended that receivers of the major newspapers will begin to feel more involved with current issues. At first Pulitzer readers involved with issues that touched. After Hearst, based on provocation, he got the news sensationalism was the beginning of the distance involved. Thus it was expanding the scope of physical and psychological effects ensuring that recipients were more moved and gratified that informed. So, as profitable for journalists and so engaging for the audience, narrative style has not disappeared but rather has evolved and become increasingly sophisticated and complex, so much so that, today, the risks most pressing and the most devastating catastrophes of the world cannot come to understand without resorting to sensationalism.
Cite: Lozano Ascencio, C. (2015). El sensacionalismo de los riesgos y las catástrofes : un siglo consolidándose en los relatos periodísticos. RIHC : revista internacional de Historia de la Comunicación, 5, 35-51.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/78622

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