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VERNAL, Teresa; VALDERRAMA, Lorena; CONTRERAS, Joaquín  y  ARRIOLA, Tamara. Perception of training and specialization of scientific journalism in Chile. Cuad.inf. [online]. 2019, n.45, pp.213-226. ISSN 0719-3661.  http://dx.doi.org/10.7764/cdi.45.1717.

This article analyses the perception that journalists and science communication professors have about the training and specialization of Chilean scientific journalists, using a mixed methodology, consisting of in-depth interviews and national surveys. Among the most outstanding results is that, although the pre-graduate and postgraduate training offer has increased in the country, the specialization in scientific communication in Chile continues to depend on self-training and labor specialization. Also, there are different levels of appreciation of this among professionals. It is concluded that this assessment responds to work trajectories, training and informational models.

Palabras clave : science journalism; science journalists; teaching; specialization; science communication; popularization.

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