A cobertura de mídia escrita tradicional e os eventos de cibersegurança

o caso NSA

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Palavras-chave:

Cibersegurança, Edward Snowden, Opinião pública, Análise de sentimento, Mídia escrita

Resumo

Este artigo investiga a maneira como três portais de comunicação escrita (CNN, Fox News e BBC), vistos como politicamente partidários, enquadraram as notícias sobre Edward Snowden envolvendo questões sensíveis sobre cibersegurança. Sendo a mídia um ator influente na política nacional e internacional, importa conhecer como a mídia enquadra os fatos sobre informações de falhas de segurança na internet, sob disputa narrativa. Análises de sentimentos foram realizadas em centenas de artigos destes portais de livre acesso entre 2013 e 2018. Os resultados mostram sentimentos disseminados pela maioria das manchetes, enquanto textos mais neutros são encontrados no corpo das notícias.

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Biografia do Autor

Matheus Gregorio Tupina Silva, Universidade de São Paulo

Graduação em andamento em Relações Internacionais pela Universidade de São Paulo.

Anna Carolina Raposo de Mello, Universidade de São Paulo

Doutorado em andamento em Relações Internacionais pela Universidade de São Paulo.

Marislei Nishijima, Universidade de São Paulo

Doutorado em Economia pela Univeridade de São Paulo. Professor Associado no Instituto de Relações Internacionais pela Universidade de São Paulo.

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2022-05-10

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Silva, M. G. T. ., Mello, A. C. R. de ., & Nishijima, M. . (2022). A cobertura de mídia escrita tradicional e os eventos de cibersegurança: o caso NSA. Opinião Pública, 28(1), 268–291. Recuperado de https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/op/article/view/8669232

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