Gómez García, Rodrigo
December 2005
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;dic2005, Vol. 11 Issue 22, p249
Academic Journal
The following text presents the development and structure of the Mexican cinematographic industry during the last twelve years, from its markets and of the most important companies that control it. In addition, this development is related to the participation of the Government, through the communication policies that it has impulsed. The primary target of this investigation is to make a present situation analysis of the cinematographic industry. Finally, it is important to indicate that this investigation is done from the perspective of the political economy of communication and culture.


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