Keywords

Abstract

References

BECK, J.K. (1982): «Pathways to participation», en The American Political Science Revie, vol. 7, n° 1.

Link Google Scholar

CHAFFEE, S. (1989): Conceptualizing political socialization. Stanford University.

Link Google Scholar

CHAFFEE, S. (1990): «Comunication and political socialization», en Political Socialization, Citizeship Education and Democracy.

Link Google Scholar

CHARMANT, H. (1988): «Children and television news», en Changing Structures of Political Power, Socialization and Political Education.

Link Google Scholar

GERMAN, D. y HOFFMAN, M. (1991): Astatewidesurvey of North Caroline public opinion on Governmental regulation and toward the environment and media: Effects of education and media use. Appalachian State University.

Link Google Scholar

ICHILOV, O. (1990): Political socialization, citizenship education and democracy, Teachers College. New York, Columbia University.

Link Google Scholar

NIEMI, R. (1984): The politics of future citizens. San Francisco.

Link Google Scholar

SIGEL, R. y HOSKIN, M. (1991): Education for democratic citizenship. New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.

Link Google Scholar

Fundref

This work has no financial support

Crossmark

Technical information

Metrics

Metrics of this article

Views: 22373

Abstract readings: 19661

PDF downloads: 2712

Full metrics of Comunicar 4

Views: 656379

Abstract readings: 566093

PDF downloads: 90286

Cited by

Cites in Web of Science

Currently there are no citations to this document

Cites in Scopus

Currently there are no citations to this document

Cites in Google Scholar

Currently there are no citations to this document

Download

Alternative metrics

How to cite

Morduchowicz, R. (1995). El diario y la formación de un ciudadano democrático. Comunicar, 4, 114-117. https://doi.org/10.3916/C04-1995-24

Share

           

Post Office Box 527

21080 Huelva (Spain)

Administration

Editorial office

Creative Commons

This website uses cookies to obtain statistical data on the navigation of its users. If you continue to browse we consider that you accept its use. +info X