Social Representations of Water Resources and Services in the COVID-19 Era


  • Cruz García Lirios Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
  • Margarita Juárez Nájera
  • Francisco Rubén Sandoval Vázquez
  • José Marcos Bustos Aguayo


Water problems focused on scarcity, shortages, unhealthiness and high cost have been addressed from the social representations of users of the public drinking water service, although such studies have avoided the incidence of print media on readers. The objective of the present work was to specify a model for the study of the phenomenon, considering a review of press releases of national circulation during the period from 2015 to 2019, as well as the inclusion of frames in the disseminated information. A prevalence of the data was observed towards an intermediate frame of the problems, although the research design limited the results to the study scenario, suggesting the extension of the work to other scenarios such as the contamination of the aquifers and their effects on health Environmental public.

Biografía del autor/a

Cruz García Lirios, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

Doctor in Complex Political Studies, Research Professor, Autonomous University of the State of Mexico, Huehuetoca Professional Academic Unit      

Margarita Juárez Nájera

Doctor in Social Sciences, Research Professor, Autonomous MetropolitanUniversity, Azcapotzalco Unit

Francisco Rubén Sandoval Vázquez

Doctor in Political Science, Research Professor, Autonomous University of the State of Morelos, Faculty of Higher Studies Cuautla

José Marcos Bustos Aguayo

Doctor in Psychology, Research Professor, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Zaragoza, Faculty of Higher Studies






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