Public Trust in Information Media of the Spread of Covid-19

Authors

  • Guirado Schröck Mapúa University Manila, Philippines
  • Steuble Falkesgaard Mapúa University Manila, Philippines

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i1.92

Keywords:

Public Trust, Information Media, Covid-19 Spread

Abstract

This article discusses Public Trust in the Information Media for the Spread of Covid-19. Framing the news is necessary to maintain a positive perspective from the public towards the government. This will be an important action for the government to solve the pandemic because collaboration between the community and the government is needed. There have been efforts made by the government in fighting COVID-19 until finally guaranteed public trust should be the main goal of online news framing in the current pandemic situation. The general public should be able to sort out which news is right and which is wrong so that we do not have bad speculations about the people who are victims of this Covid-19. Framing the news is necessary to maintain a positive perspective from the public towards the government. This will be an important action for the government to solve the pandemic because collaboration between the community and the government is needed. There have been efforts made by the government in fighting COVID-19 until finally guaranteed public trust should be the main goal of online news framing in a pandemic situation.

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Published

2021-02-12

How to Cite

Schröck, G. ., & Falkesgaard, S. . (2021). Public Trust in Information Media of the Spread of Covid-19. Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, 2(1), 30-35. https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i1.92