Estudiar lo cotidiano en la telenovela mexicana: una reflexión metoldológica

September 1992
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;sep1992, Vol. 4 Issue 13/14, p103
Academic Journal
Telenovela, a genre that most frequently is preferred in Latin America can not be taken apart of its daily context. This fact prevents the elaboration of clear and unequivocal statements in their research about telenovela's consume. The authoress proposes as a methodological access, an hermeneutic procedure that enables a reflection about the sense that individuals give when they watch telenovelas and about the contents of them. To rescue the problem of the interwoven that means the watching of telenovelas in the daily life, this text develops a method that takes the "communication perturbations" as a way to question that which is daily, unquestionable. With this, the authoress gels placed into the idealist concept of sense (in the communicative acting) of Habermas, and tries to wide it up lo get intercultural encounters.


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