The treatment of HIV/AIDS in Spanish newspapers, a research to provide new stories

Terrón Blanco, José Luis
July 2012
Comunicação e Sociedade;2012 numero special, Vol. 22, p224
Academic Journal
This text aims, firstly, to present the results of a research conducted between 2005 and 2010 by the Centre for Communication and Health (InCom-UAB) in order to know how to deal with Spanish newspaper reports on HIV/AIDS; secondly, to account for the actions of Red 2002 to try to influence the media agenda and the making of information in order to avoid erroneous newspaper accounts, partial or stigmatizing. The research is part of the content analysis and has a goal of social intervention.


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