MEDIOS, ORDEN POLÍTICO e identidad nacional

September 1994
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;sep1994, Vol. 6 Issue 18, p99
Academic Journal
After the end of the Cold War the ancient meaning of “Europe” has completely changed. The author discusses the relations between media institutions and the new definitions of “nation” that have been created and recreated in the new sets of social relations (states, nations, integration, etc. ) that shape Europe.


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