La pandemia de COVID-19 como oportunidad para poner de relieve la migración de los trabajadores agrícolas a través de la cobertura mediática

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3989/estgeogr.2022117.117

Palabras clave:

migración intraeuropea, Rumanía, medios de comunicación del país de origen, representaciones de los migrantes en los medios de comunicación, voces de los migrantes, análisis de contenido

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En los últimos años, el interés por las representaciones mediáticas de los emigrantes y los medios de comunicación como espacio de participación ha aumentado dentro del campo de los estudios migratorios. Sin embargo, la mayor parte de la atención de los estudiosos se centra en los inmigrantes y los medios de comunicación en los países de destino, mientras que se presta menos atención a los países de origen y a la representación de los emigrantes. Aprovechando la mayor atención prestada a los emigrantes y a la migración durante la primera fase de la pandemia del COVID-19, investigamos las representaciones mediáticas de los emigrantes rumanos en la agricultura que trabajan en otros países europeos e interpretamos cómo sus voces podían ser escuchadas a través de los relatos mediáticos. Mediante un análisis de contenido, investigamos una muestra de 297 artículos publicados entre el 1 de abril y el 31 de mayo de 2020 en los sitios web de los seis medios de comunicación rumanos más visibles.

Este estudio contribuye al conocimiento existente sobre las representaciones mediáticas de los migrantes rumanos al documentar una serie de tendencias, incluyendo un enfoque orientado a los acontecimientos, representaciones excesivamente simplificadas de la migración, masificación y esquematización de las representaciones de los migrantes, y la alta sensibilidad a los informes de los medios de comunicación de los países de destino sobre los migrantes rumanos.

Nuestro análisis revela que el enfoque adoptado para informar sobre la migración durante la pandemia del COVID-19, al menos durante su primera fase, dependió en gran medida de los modos existentes e institucionalizados de informar sobre la migración en los medios de comunicación.

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Publicado

2022-12-19

Cómo citar

Șerban, M. ., & Croitoru, A. . (2022). La pandemia de COVID-19 como oportunidad para poner de relieve la migración de los trabajadores agrícolas a través de la cobertura mediática. Estudios Geográficos, 83(293), e111. https://doi.org/10.3989/estgeogr.2022117.117

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Especial

Datos de los fondos

Ministry of Education and Research, Romania
Números de la subvención PN-III-P1-1.1-TE-2019-0238