Corpus ID: 67782414

CHavez ’ s polarizing legaCy : chavismo , media , and publiC opinion in argentina ’ s domestiC politiCs

@inproceedings{Hugo2017CHavezS,
  title={CHavez ’ s polarizing legaCy : chavismo , media , and publiC opinion in argentina ’ s domestiC politiCs},
  author={Hugo},
  year={2017}
}
Since Hugo Chávez Frias assumed the Venezuelan presidency in 1999, Venezuela has strengthened ties with most of its Latin American neighbors, particularly those where sympathetic leftist administrations also managed to assume power, including Argentina. With our analysis we show: 1) that Argentine media, divided between proand anti-government positions, presents a polarized view of chavismo; and 2) that Argentine public opinion regarding Chávez is not necessarily divided on the basis of… Expand
Quantifying time-dependent Media Agenda and public opinion by topic modeling
Abstract The mass media plays a fundamental role in the formation of public opinion, either by defining the topics of discussion or by making an emphasis on certain issues. Directly or indirectly,Expand

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