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MARTA-LAZO, Carmen; OSUNA-ACEDO, Sara  y  GIL-QUINTANA, Javier. The production of written discourse on social networks regarding people's disappearances and consequent parallel trials. Case of Gabriel Cruz (Spain) on Twitter and Facebook. Rev. signos [online]. 2020, vol.53, n.103, pp.449-467.  Epub 15-Ago-2020. ISSN 0718-0934.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-09342020000200449.

The aim of this article is to account for the analysis of the reality represented in the construction of discourse, from a case of a qualitative etnographic study which blends into a double aspect: the disappearance of a minor which ended in tragedy and the supposed guilt of an immigrant belonging to the black race in a murder which had a wide spread media impact. Thus, in this discourse analysis and categorization analysis of the actants, we will try to clarify the different features, components and treatment in the official sites of Twitter and Facebook of four Spanish mass media: @telecincoes, @laSextaNoticias, @NoticiasCuatro and @A3Noticias. The results bring to light how discourse in social networks has a much wider projection if it is based on aporophobia, revealing itself as a ‘parallel trial’ normalized before certain social events, approach which is boosted by mass media itself.

Palabras clave : Speech production; social media; mass media; disappearances; parallel judgments; Gabriel Cruz case; Spain.

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