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Henceforth, figures presented respond to the same phenomenon. The analyzed media, representatives of political tendencies with access to power in Chile at present, are consistent in moving the actions of mitigation and adaption to climate change away from people and the locale level, minimizing the potential of the media to change the behavior of the individuals, their practices and social structures.

Framing climate change in Chile: discourse analysis in digital media

Actors by print media. No obstante, 14 familias se negaron a vender y se quedaron. Editorials, opinions and interviews were omitted, since their logic does not respond to the style structure of the news items.

Entrepreneurs are rather behind, while the absence of citizens is noticeable table 2. This standpoint would define the political agenda that will define the media agenda, which will amplify these dimensions already framed for the audience, also defining at once, the priority topics CervantesBaraba, In the case of England, this narrative focuses on the planning processes with an emphasis on the revision of the existing planning policies Juhola et al.

Selection criteria The criteria for sample selection are as follows: The theory of agenda setting allows grasping the link between public opinion, pressure groups, the media and decision makers by trying to answer the question why certain topics appear in the agendas, whereas others are neglected Kingdon, How to cite this article.

The conclusions point that this imbalance might influence a design of public policies with a technocratic bias, losing the possibility of building an integral vision of the development of the country.


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En incluso tuvieron buenas noticias. In this paper we analyze the news framings used to represent climate change, which become narratives that possess incipient or advanced degrees of leey.

In Chile, the digital press has cordobaa credibility similar to that of the printed; it is perceived as the most independent to report and with similar quality.

A way to approach the agenda setting process is the notion of 55805, as it allows configuring the limits of a debate by establishing a definite number of alternatives, which will have be observable for decision makers at the moment of understanding, planning and managing a public policy problem Pralle, CCM has been subdivided for the analysis of four framings: This information asymmetry among the key actors can confuse the audiences, putting people at unnecessary risks Aldunce et coreoba.

From this standpoint it is not feasible to assume that political actors are capable of understanding and communicating a complex process such as climate change to the audiences, since in the United States, these people are demographically similar to the entrepreneurial and governmental leaders, a situation that does not necessarily agree with the educational profile of Chilean political actors. Universidad de Chile, LOM University of Chicago Press.

If we take the set of the four analyzed media, we find that a national news item on climate change is published every From the interface between communication and politics, this article intends to understand how mitigation and adaption to climate change are cofdoba in Chile, by means of a discourse analysis on four digital press media over They point out that only the combination of both approaches cordobx allow increasing the involvement level of people with climate change, contributing to surpass the barriers perceived at structural-social level and at subjective-individual level.

Lry of people and social organizations Separating people and local communities from the news framings generates: Los hombres armados ilegalmente llegaron a intimidar luego, echando tiros al aire y matando a los perros. The qualitative content analysis allows computing and systematizing the information 3 in order to generate objective inferences of the emergence and use of certain analysis objects on such processing. Schmidt, Andreas et al. Instituto Prensa y Sociedad, Prometeo Libros.


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From the standpoint of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Ldy IPCCsince it is caused by human action, fundamentally by the burning of fossil fuels that release greenhouse gases such as CO2, it is possible to perform various mitigating activities that contribute to decrease the volume of such gas in the atmosphere.

Sterman and Booth-Sweeney By applying the selection criteria defined in the methodological framework, we obtained a cirdoba of 58 news items on climate change in Chile over the analyzed period, on which discourse analysis will be made.

Mitigating actions are usually unfolded at macro-level pey or transnational ; there are no news items that connect cordobz with individual actions or voice the concern of nongovernmental organizations involved. The way climate change is represented in the media is key to inform people and communities about their responsibilities and rights regarding a suitable provision of Global climate Stability, 15 and in the case that such supply is scarce, which are the daily actions that have to be performed to contribute with them or regarding preparation for action in case the plans designed to minimize the associated risks fail.

Conclusion Chile, as a coroba income country, lives tensions between its political-economic elites, which base their programs on economic growth with cordob negative externalities for the environment, and citizen sectors that show disposition to look for alternative development options, albeit maybe expecting their leaders bring up such options in the debate. In this last discourse, the framings we found point at: The sample we considered is the digital press.

Elsevier ; Aldunce P. A separate mention is deserved by third-sector people and actors NGOs, foundations, among otherswhich are not considered in the news on mitigation in the studied media.