Florence Nightingale y los corresponsales de The Times en la Guerra de Crimea

Florence Nightingale and The Times Correspondents on the Crimean War

  • Azucena Pedraz Marcos Departamento de Enfermería, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, España
  • Eva García Perea Florence Nightingale and The Times Correspondents on the Crimean War
  • Ana María Palmar Santos Departamento de Enfermería, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, España
Palabras clave: Florence Nightingale, Corresponsales de guerra, Medios de comunicación, Guerra de Crimea
Key-words: Florence Nightingale, War Correspondents, Media, Crimean War

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Bibliografía

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Pedraz Marcos, Azucena; García Perea, Eva; Palmar Santos, Ana María. Florence Nightingale y los corresponsales de The Times en la Guerra de Crimea. Temperamentvm. 2020; 16: e13164. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/t/e13164 [acceso: 19/01/2021]
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