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Fake news de humor y sátira y actitudes hacia la política: análisis comparativo del realismo percibido y los sentimientos de eficacia, alienación y cinismo en estudiantes de comunicación

Luis M. Romero-Rodríguez, Ana Luisa Valle-Razo, Bárbara Castillo-Abdul

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/OBETS2021.16.2.15

Resumen

Esta investigación explora la correlación entre el nivel de consumo de información formal y realidad percibida de fake news, así como la influencia que tienen estas últimas con las actitudes políticas de eficacia, alienación y cinismo. Para ello, se aplicó una encuesta por muestreo probabilístico por conglomerados a estudiantes de grados y postgrados afines a las Ciencias de la Comunicación (n=682) de España, México, Perú y Venezuela. Los resultados evidencian una relación inversamente proporcional entre el consumo de información formal y realidad percibida de las fake news y una moderación directa entre realidad percibida de estas y los sentimientos de alienación y cinismo.

Palabras clave

fake news; consumo informativo; comportamiento político; desinformación

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/OBETS2021.16.2.15





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