Media, mediators, power, communication, education


Everybody agrees media are controlled by establishment. And everybody also agrees media receivers declare being satisfied with them. This paper shows some keys to analyse this daily information that seems to make us so happy. The authors think that people who are inmerse in a changing society have to wake up and begin to question the information received by powerful media.


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Grupo-Spectus. (2004). Power and media. [Poder y medios]. Comunicar, 22, 165-170.



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