A relação terrorismo e media: o papel da Entidade Reguladora para a Comunicação Social (ERC) na regulação de conteúdos de media sobre terrorismo em Portugal

Tiago Estêvão, Rita Espanha

Resumo


O enquadramento noticioso (framing) associado ao terrorismo tem sido, enquanto temática académica, investigada no âmbito de diversas áreas das Ciências Sociais. Os media, aplicando esquemas interpretativos, classificam
e interpretam as informações que nos chegam diariamente. Os mesmos, influenciam as perceções das audiências referentes ao terrorismo, destacando ou omitindo certos assuntos e matérias. Este artigo trata o tema do framing noticioso associado ao terrorismo, distinguindo o medo referente ao “outro”, ao que é diferente, sustentado pelos media, através de uma cobertura episódica ou temática de acontecimentos. Realiza ainda, um retrato a nível nacional das participações à ERC e suas deliberações, referentes à cobertura noticiosa dos mesmos acontecimentos terroristas. Por último, analisa os frames prevalecentes nas peças noticiosas identificadas pela ERC.


Palavras-chave


análise de conteúdo; ERC; framing; media; medo; terrorismo

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