(Des)infodemia: lecciones de la crisis de la covid-19

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Alberto Quian
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En esta revisión sobre la desinformación durante la crisis de la covid-19 se hace un análisis teórico, conceptual y exploratorio de la infodemia y desinfodemia en tiempos de crisis de salud pública. En el artículo se intenta precisar qué son la infodemia y la desinfodemia, en el marco del bioinformacionalismo, se reflexiona si hemos llegado tarde para atajarla, se exponen los peligros para la salud pública, las democracias y la vedad histórica por el auge de teorías conspirativas virales, de noticias falsas y de campañas de desprestigio contra las autoridades científico-sanitarias y se analiza el papel comunicativo de científicos y periodistas en la resolución de esta crisis sanitaria.

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Quian, A. (2023). (Des)infodemia: lecciones de la crisis de la covid-19. Revista de Ciencias de la Comunicación e Información, 28, 1–23. https://doi.org/10.35742/rcci.2023.28.e274
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