Thursday, 26 April 2012 17:43
Piñera, Pinochet, and Alexis Sánchez are the most prevalent Chileans abroad, study shows.
Chile’s international image is an elusive concept to pin down, and to identify it through a quantitative analysis of the foreign press would seem an almost impossible task.
Despite this, researchers working for the Fundación Imagen de Chile
have systematically studied the international press over the past three months, hoping to provide an objective insight into how Chile is viewed from abroad. Fundación Imagen de Chile Executive Director Blas Tomic presents the results of a study of international news focused on Chile. (Photo provided by Fundación Imagen de Chile))Login to read more.
About the writer
Struan Campbell Gray
Struan recently completed a BA in Journalism and Cultural Studies at Cardiff University, and has studied film production in California. As a surfer, it was the pursuit of perfect waves that initially led him to Chile, however, he was soon charmed by the natural beauty and cultural heritage of the country. His home town, in south west England, is at the centre of the drive towards a post oil economy in the UK, and he is keen to explore such initiatives in Latin America.