ALARMA Y LAS IMAGENES DE LA MUERTE: de lo imaginario cultural a la función ideológica

February 1987
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;feb1987, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p145
Academic Journal
A Mexican red tape news, with a high diffusion index among the lowest social classes, is being analyzed. Its contents and topics treatment are related with popular collective imaginary and also with effects on the way these social classes understand the world and life itself. Mainly, the author finds a vision of reality which is threatened by chaos, individuality, a non historical approach and flooded by social guilt.


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