Notícias televisivas locais e migração não documentada: uma perspectiva histórica e moral da geografia das fronteiras entre EUA e México

  • Celeste González de Bustamante University of Arizona

Resumo

Este artigo estende o quadro conceitual da geografia moral para analisar reportagens locais sobre imigrantes não documentados e a imigração durante as décadas de 1970 e 1980 na faixa Arizona-Sonora, de 2.000 milhas, na fronteira dos EUA com o México. Utilizando pesquisa arquivística e análise de conteúdo qualitativa como metodologias, os resultados revelaram a presença de três temas dominantes nos noticiários relacionados à imigração indocumentada: 1) repórteres retrataram imigrantes não documentados de maneira estereotipada e negativa, usando termos como “pobre” e “criminoso”; 2) os repórteres discutiram a questão da imigração indocumentada com lentes nativistas e anti-imigrantes; 3) repórteres destacaram a presença de ativistas comunitários em ações de ajuda a imigrantes sem documentos. Os temas identificados evidenciam geografias morais concorrentes sendo construídas no chão e na tela.

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Biografia do Autor

Celeste González de Bustamante, University of Arizona

Associate Professor in the School of Journalism and in
the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Arizona, Tucson

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Publicado
2019-08-30
Como Citar
GONZÁLEZ DE BUSTAMANTE, C. Notícias televisivas locais e migração não documentada: uma perspectiva histórica e moral da geografia das fronteiras entre EUA e México. Lumina, v. 13, n. 2, p. 24-39, 30 ago. 2019.
Seção
Dossiê: Pesquisa em Jornalismo e Mídia nas Américas