Latin America, Media, and Revolution

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Latin America, Media, and Revolution

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Isbn10 0230604439
Isbn13 9780230604438
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Number Of Pages 224
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Publish Date April 29, 2008
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Subjects Political Science
Politics / Current Events
Politics/International Relations
Government - Comparative
Media Studies
Public Policy - Cultural Policy
Political Science / Public Policy / Cultural Policy
Latin America
Mass media
Political aspects
Subtitle Communication in Modern Mesoamerica (The Palgrave Macmillan Series in Internatioal Political Communication)
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Latin America, Media, and Revolution
Authors Juanita Darling
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Categories Social Science
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Description This project compares rebel media use in three Mesoamerican rebellions: the Nicaraguan Revolution, the Salvadoran civil war and the Zapatista uprising in Chiapas, Mexico. The three conflicts were waged under similar conditions over a twenty-year period, but with notably different types of media from which the rebels could choose as the primary focus of their communication strategy. In the three cases, the insurgents utilized a variety of media, but one of those became the official or dominant medium. The project explains how each rebel group used its respective primary communication medium and the possibilities and limitations that the choice offered as well as the demands it made. Directly comparing media use in all three rebellions provides a richer understanding of the role of media in social change, particularly violent change.
Language en
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Page Count 226
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 2008-04-15
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
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Subtitle communication in modern Mesoamerica
Title Latin America, media, and revolution

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