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Ciberviolencia, noticias, análisis de contenido, análisis de textos, ciber-VCMN, modelado de temas

Resumen

La violencia contra las mujeres y las niñas (VCMN) no es un fenómeno nuevo. Lo nuevo son los crecientes peligros a que se enfrentan los millones de mujeres y niñas debido a la difusión de las TIC y redes sociales. Los casos de la VCMN donde se utilizan como plataformas las TIC y las redes sociales se encuentran fácilmente por medio de la cobertura mediática. Este estudio tiene como objetivo la comprensión y la definición de la tendencia y el estado de la ciber-VCMN para crear conciencia por medio del análisis de los sitios web de noticias online. Entre 2015 y 2020, se recopilaron artículos de los principales sitios de noticias. Se utilizó el Modelo de palabras claves temáticas para evaluar los artículos preprocesados (N=3.506) por año. Se señaló que la mayoría de los artículos sobre ciber-VCMN se centraban en temas de «Explotación sexual y abuso sexual de niños en línea» y «Violaciones de la privacidad relacionadas con las TIC». El análisis de los textos ayuda a trascender las limitaciones de las metodologías cualitativas tradicionales. Comprender las preocupaciones de la ciber-VCMN mediante la extracción de artículos de noticias podría ayudar a crear iniciativas y políticas para solucionar este problema. Proponemos que se lleve a cabo una investigación utilizando análisis de sentimiento de los datos de noticias para verificar y cuantificar el impacto de los problemas relacionados con la ciber-VCMN.

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Recibido: 10-03-2021

Revisado: 08-04-2021

Aceptado: 15-07-2021

OnlineFirst: 15-10-2021

Fecha publicación: 01-01-2022

Tiempo de revisión del artículo : 28 días | Media tiempo revisión número 70: 35 días

Tiempo de aceptación del artículo: 126 días | Media tiempo aceptación número 70: 66 días

Tiempo de edición del preprint: 252 días | Media tiempo edición número preprint 70: 191 días

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Febro-Naga, J., & Tinam-isan, M. (2022). Exploring cyber violence against women and girls in the Philippines through Mining Online News. [Explorando la ciberviolencia contra mujeres y niñas en Filipinas a través de Mining Online News]. Comunicar, 70. https://doi.org/10.3916/C70-2022-10

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