The present research seeks to analyze the existing relationship between terrorist attacks, political instability, discourse from international media outlets and news agencies in receptive tourism. To accomplish this, four countries that have different internal situations will be studied in the period 2012-2015: Egypt, Tunisia, Venezuela and Spain combining quantitative methodologies using official data from international and national organisms, with journalistic discourse analysis from 4 international news agencies and 4 international media outlets through the use of the MAXQDA (v. 11.0.11) software tool. The results have shown that the information spread by media about terrorist attacks have more effects on tourism than those about political and economic instability.
|Título traducido de la contribución||Political stability, terrorism and media. An analysis of the effect of media perceptions in receptive tourism|
|Número de páginas||17|
|Estado||Publicada - 1 ene 2018|
- Comparative study
- Discourse analysis
- Political conflicts