February 1994
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;feb1994, Vol. 6 Issue 16/17, p255
Academic Journal
As a result of the present theoretic-methodological shifts, the author reflects on the different mass media audiences while concentrating on the cultural area. This paper presents various theoretical proposals to draw us closer to the study of the mediations and composition of publics, their identity and cultural processes.


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