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A través del análisis de contenido de una muestra de artículos de The New York Times publicados durante el primer año de legislatura del presidente de EUA, Donald Trump, la presente investigación cuantifica el número de veces que declaraciones realizadas a través de Twitter son utilizadas como fuente por los periodistas. Los resultados apuntan a que la red social se ha legitimado ya como fuente periodística en la prensa digital de referencia y de la información política, más allá de contextos electorales. El estudio contribuye a profundizar en los cambios que la red social ha introducido en el uso de fuentes periodísticas en el ámbito de las hard news.

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Volume 27, Issue 5, 2018
DOI: 10.3145/epi.2018.sep.03
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