BIOGRARÍAS RADIOFÓNICAS: trayectorias y travesías por mundos sociales

December 1997
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;dic1997, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p7
Academic Journal
A proposal for the methodological analysis of life history cases in the Mexican city of Leon, Guanajuato. The author reconstructs the trajectory of radio by generation, working with the meaning the subjects give to this active medium in the domain of the everyday; it is aided by the techniques of family and life history. The task of this article is to recover the historical processes in the formation of cultural publics for radio, as well as the sociocultural context of the subjects and aspects of their history.


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