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Businessmen, Partisans and Oligarchs: Political Control, News Production Philosophies And Partisan Bias In Mexican Television News
Unformatted Document Text:  39 Bibliography Arredondo Ramírez, Pablo, Gilberto Fregoso Peralta, and Raúl Trejo Delarbre. Así se calló el sistema: comunicación y elecciones en 1988 (Guadalajara: Universidad de Guadalajara, 1991). Adler, Ilya. “The Mexican Case: The Media in the 1988 Presidential Election.” In Television, Politics, and the Transition to Democracy in Latin America, Thomas Skidmore, ed. (Baltimore, Md. and Washington D.C.: Johns Hopkins University Press/Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 1993). Bernal Sahagún, Víctor Manuel and Eduardo Torreblanca Jacques. Espacios de silencio (Mexico City: Nuestro Tiempo, 1988) Casillas Bermúdez, Karla Monica and Salvador Frausto Crotte. "Parcialidad En El Manejo Informativo Del Noticierio 24 Horas En Los Procesos Electorales De 1988 Y 1994." Unpublished master's thesis, Universidad Tecnológica de México, 1999. De la Selva, Alva. “La televisión en 1997: expansión y lucha de poder,” Revista Mexicana de Comunicación, 52 (January-February), 1998 Epstein, Edward Jay. News from Nowhere. Television and the News. New York: Random House, 1973. Federal Superior Electoral Tribunal. "Juicio De Revisión Constitucional Electoral," 2000. Fernández, Claudia and Andrew Paxman. El Tigre. Emilio Azcárraga Y Su Imperio Televisa. Mexico, D.F.: Editorial Grijalbo, 2000. Guerrero Martínez, Manuel Alejandro. The Political Openness of the Broadcast Media in Mexico: The Predominance of Economic and Entrepreneurial Interests (Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Social and Political Sciences, European University Institute, Florence, Italy, 2002) Hallin, Daniel C. “Dos instituciones, un camino: Television and the State in the 1994 Mexican Election.” Paper presented at the international congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Washington, D.C., September 1995. Hallin, Daniel C. "La Nota Roja: Popular Journalism and the Transition to Democracy in Mexico." In Tabloid Tales. Global Debates over Media Pratices. Lanahan, Maryland, 2000.

Authors: Hughes, Sallie. and Lawson, Chappell.
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Bibliography
Arredondo Ramírez, Pablo, Gilberto Fregoso Peralta, and Raúl Trejo Delarbre. Así se calló el
sistema: comunicación y elecciones en 1988 (Guadalajara: Universidad de Guadalajara,
1991).

Adler, Ilya. “The Mexican Case: The Media in the 1988 Presidential Election.” In Television,
Politics, and the Transition to Democracy in Latin America, Thomas Skidmore, ed.
(Baltimore, Md. and Washington D.C.: Johns Hopkins University Press/Woodrow
Wilson Center Press, 1993).

Bernal Sahagún, Víctor Manuel and Eduardo Torreblanca Jacques. Espacios de silencio
(Mexico City: Nuestro Tiempo, 1988)
Casillas Bermúdez, Karla Monica and Salvador Frausto Crotte. "Parcialidad En El Manejo
Informativo Del Noticierio 24 Horas En Los Procesos Electorales De 1988 Y 1994."
Unpublished master's thesis, Universidad Tecnológica de México, 1999.

De la Selva, Alva. “La televisión en 1997: expansión y lucha de poder,” Revista Mexicana de
Comunicación, 52 (January-February), 1998

Epstein, Edward Jay. News from Nowhere. Television and the News. New York: Random
House, 1973.

Federal Superior Electoral Tribunal. "Juicio De Revisión Constitucional Electoral," 2000.
Fernández, Claudia and Andrew Paxman. El Tigre. Emilio Azcárraga Y Su Imperio Televisa.
Mexico, D.F.: Editorial Grijalbo, 2000.

Guerrero Martínez, Manuel Alejandro. The Political Openness of the Broadcast Media in
Mexico: The Predominance of Economic and Entrepreneurial Interests (Ph.D.
dissertation, Department of Social and Political Sciences, European University Institute,
Florence, Italy, 2002)

Hallin, Daniel C. “Dos instituciones, un camino: Television and the State in the 1994
Mexican Election.” Paper presented at the international congress of the Latin American
Studies Association, Washington, D.C., September 1995.

Hallin, Daniel C. "La Nota Roja: Popular Journalism and the Transition to Democracy in
Mexico." In Tabloid Tales. Global Debates over Media Pratices. Lanahan, Maryland,
2000.


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