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Las crónicas de los diarios generalistas y deportivos de la final FIFA World Cup (South Africa)

Francisco Garcia García, Isidoro Arroyo Almaraz
2013 Estudios sobre el Mensaje Periodístico  
Resumen Se analizan seis crónicas deportivas, tres de periódicos generalistas y tres de deportivos relacionadas con la final EspañaHolanda del Campeonato Mundial de Sudáfrica. Se comparan sus lenguajes atendiendo a sus léxicos: bélico, jurídico, lúdico, mágico y social; a las agrupaciones de palabras: palabra, locución o frase hecha ; y a los aspectos referenciales y metafóricos del discurso. Se concluye que los léxicos están presentes en todo el corpus, destacando el bélico. Existe una
more » ... Existe una relación entre el tamaño de una cró nica y la presencia de los léxicos en los diarios deportivos, pero no en los generalistas. Se utiliza más el discurso referencial que el metafórico. Se usan más palabras que locuciones y frases. Y más locuciones y frases en el discurso metafórico que en el referencial. Palabras clave: Crónicas deportivas, ámbitos léxicos, Campeonato Mundial de Fútbol. Lexical Analysis of the Chronicles of the Spanish Newspapers Covering the FIFA World Cup Final (South Africa) Abstract Six sports chronicles were analyzed, three from general newspapers and three from sports press, related to the FIFA World Cup Final (South Africa). Each sample was analyzed based on the used lexicon (war, law, recreation, magic and society), the word grouping (spare words, phrases and set phrases), and the referential and metaphorical aspects of the speech. The conclusion was that all the lexicons under analy sis were evenly blended throughout each chronicle except for the war language, which was used more extensively. Additionally, a relationship was discovered between the size of a chronicle and the usage of the lexicons in the chronicles from the sports newspapers. That same relationship did not exist in the case of the general press. Also, the study concludes that the referential speech prevailed over the metaphorical. Finally, spare words were found more often in the samples than other forms of word group ing. This statement is a realization of the previous one, as phrases were more popular in the methaphor ical speech.
doi:10.5209/rev_esmp.2013.v19.n1.42511 fatcat:lc5vz25amfaxbm7ffxr4ff7xyi