Cambio climático, consenso científico y construcción mediática. Los paradigmas de la comunicación para la sostenibilidad

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https://doi.org/10.4185/10.4185/RLCS-64-2009-808-99-119

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Periodismo, medios de comunicación, medioambiente, cambio climático, innovación, sostenibilidad

Resumen

El cambio climático, el calentamiento global y la sostenibilidad son conceptos integrados en la agenda de los medios, que reflejan preocupaciones y alertas amparadas en un amplio consenso científico. No obstante, el reflejo de la información sobre estos aspectos revela carencias en las técnicas constructivas del periodismo, además de aquellas que responden a cruces de intereses políticos, económicos y culturales. En este artículo se refiere la evolución y tendencias de los flujos informativos relativos al cambio climático, así como a las disonancias entre los mensajes científico y el mediático. También, se hace hincapié en el creciente interés de los estudios de comunicación, especialmente en el mundo anglosajón, sobre la crisis medioambiental, hasta el punto de sugerir el desarrollo de una corriente orientada a la comunicación periodística y la innovación sostenible.

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Biografía del autor/a

Bernardo Díaz Nosty, Universidad de Málaga

Doctor en CC. Políticas y licenciado en Periodismo por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Catedrático de Periodismo de la Universidad de Málaga, donde dirige el Departamento de Periodismo y la Cátedra UNESCO de Comunicación.

Pertenece a numerosos comités científicos de publicaciones académicas, entre ellos el de Revista Latina de Comunicción Social. Creador y editor del portal Infoamérica (www.infoamerica.org).

Autor, entre otros, de los libros: Posibilismo y probabilismo de las nuevas tecnologías (1985); La nueva identidad de la prensa (1987); Los medios y la hipótesis de la democracia degradada (1995); La mejora de la práctica docente en comunicación periodística (1996); La comunicación en Andalucía. Estado y tendencias (1999); Los medios y la modernización de Andalucía (2002); La prensa diaria en la UE (2003), El déficit mediático. Donde España no converge con Europa (2005), Medios de Comunicación/Tendencias 06 (2006), Medios de Comunicación/El escenario iberoamericano (2007).

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Díaz Nosty, Bernardo. 2009. «Cambio climático, Consenso científico Y construcción mediática. Los Paradigmas De La comunicación Para La Sostenibilidad». Revista Latina De Comunicación Social, n.º 64 (enero):99-119. https://doi.org/10.4185/10.4185/RLCS-64-2009-808-99-119.

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