Wealth Is Displayed, While Poverty Goes Unnoticed By Many in the Mexican Press

Enriquez, Ana Cristina
March 2006
Nieman Reports;Spring2006, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p33
The article presents the author's reflection, as a journalist, on the immense gap dividing the well-to-do families from the poor in Mexico. It relates how wealth is being portrayed well in journalism, while poverty goes unnoticed. Social inequality and its potential consequences are never regarded as newsworthy.


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