Los periodistas como objetivo de los discursos de odio de la derecha radical ibérica en Twitter




Palabras clave:

Retórica populista, Periodismo, Derecha radical, Mensajes de odio, Vox, Chega


Este artículo investiga la narrativa de odio contra medios de comunicación y periodistas en Twitter por parte de los partidos populistas en España (Vox) y en Portugal (Chega) y sus líderes (Santiago Abascal y André Ventura). A través del estudio de los tuits publicados en sus perfiles, se demuestra que los periodistas se han convertido en objetivo de la derecha radical ibérica, especialmente patentes en el caso de Vox.


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Cómo citar

Ramos Antón, R., & Baptista, C. (2022). Los periodistas como objetivo de los discursos de odio de la derecha radical ibérica en Twitter. IC Revista Científica De Información Y Comunicación, (19), 619-646. https://doi.org/10.12795/IC.2022.I19.27