A Universidade Do Minho Em Tempos De Pandemia 2020
DOI: 10.21814/uminho.ed.25.11
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COVID-19: quando o jornalismo se assume como uma frente de combate à pandemia

Abstract: É comentadora residente da RTP para os temas de comunicação e colunista semanal do Jornal de Notícias e mensal do Correio do Minho. Desenvolve investigação nas áreas do jornalismo televisivo, cobertura mediática em temas de saúde e a relação entre jornalistas e as fontes de informação.

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“…In Portugal, in the assessment of Lopes et al (2020), during the state of emergency, the news media took on a clear role of guiding citizens towards disease-preventing behaviours, "seeking to become another front on the fight against the pandemic, which could have been important in helping the country stay at home" (p. 207). In the survey to journalists carried out by those authors on the topic of the journalism conducted during this period, 92.2% assumed that editorial choice, "a choice never before seen in democratic Portugal post 25 April 1974", and which they distinguish from the practice of directing the public towards supporting certain political choices (Lopes et al, 2020, p. 211).…”
Section: Communication and Media At The "Onset" Of The Pandemicmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In Portugal, in the assessment of Lopes et al (2020), during the state of emergency, the news media took on a clear role of guiding citizens towards disease-preventing behaviours, "seeking to become another front on the fight against the pandemic, which could have been important in helping the country stay at home" (p. 207). In the survey to journalists carried out by those authors on the topic of the journalism conducted during this period, 92.2% assumed that editorial choice, "a choice never before seen in democratic Portugal post 25 April 1974", and which they distinguish from the practice of directing the public towards supporting certain political choices (Lopes et al, 2020, p. 211).…”
Section: Communication and Media At The "Onset" Of The Pandemicmentioning
confidence: 99%