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Businessmen, Partisans and Oligarchs: Political Control, News Production Philosophies And Partisan Bias In Mexican Television News
Unformatted Document Text:  40 Hughes, Sallie. Culture Clash in the Newsroom. Journalists, the Media and the Democratization of Mexico. Non-Published Dissertation, Tulane University, December 2001. Hughes, Sallie. “From the Inside-Out. How Institutional Entrepreneurs Remade Mexico’s Press,” forthcoming. Lawson, Chappell. Building the Fourth Estate: Democratization and the Rise of a Free Press in Mexico," (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002). Lawson, Chappell and Mariana Sanz. “Television Coverage of Mexico’s 2000 Elections,” typescript, November 2001 Medios Publicitarios, Directorio, Mexico City, December 2000. Mejía Barquera, Fernando. La industria de la radio y la televisión y la política del Estado mexicano (Mexico City: Fundación Manuel Buendía, 1989). Miró, Juan José. La televisión y el poder político en México (Mexico City: Diana, 1997). Molina, Gabriel. "Mexican Television News: The Imperatives of Corporate Rationale." Media, Culture and Society 9, no. 2 (1987): 159-187. Moreno, Alejandro. “The Effects of Negative Campaigning on Mexican Voters,” in Jorge Domínguez and Chappell Lawson, eds. Mexico’s Pivotal Democratic Transition: Campaign Effects, Voting Behavior, and the Presidential Race of 2000 (book manuscript under review) Olmos, Alejandro. “Algunos protagonistas de la televisión,” in Miguel Angel Sánchez de Armas and María del Pilar Ramírez Sevilla, eds., Apuntes para una historia de la televisión mexicana II (Mexico City: Revista Mexicana de Comunicación, 1999). Schein, Edgar H. Organizational Culture and Leadership. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1985. Trejo Delarbre, Raúl, ed. Las redes de Televisa (Mexico City: Claves Latinoamericanas, 1988). Trejo Delarbre, Raúl. Televisa, el quinto poder (Mexico City: Claves Latinoamericanas, 1985). Zazur Osorio, Antonio E. El Estado y el modelo de televisión adoptado en México, 1950- 2000 (Mexico City: Metropolitan Autonomous University, 1996)

Authors: Hughes, Sallie. and Lawson, Chappell.
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Hughes, Sallie. Culture Clash in the Newsroom. Journalists, the Media and the
Democratization of Mexico. Non-Published Dissertation, Tulane University, December
2001.

Hughes, Sallie. “From the Inside-Out. How Institutional Entrepreneurs Remade Mexico’s
Press,” forthcoming.

Lawson, Chappell. Building the Fourth Estate: Democratization and the Rise of a Free Press
in Mexico," (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002).

Lawson, Chappell and Mariana Sanz. “Television Coverage of Mexico’s 2000 Elections,”
typescript, November 2001

Medios Publicitarios, Directorio, Mexico City, December 2000.

Mejía Barquera, Fernando. La industria de la radio y la televisión y la política del Estado
mexicano (Mexico City: Fundación Manuel Buendía, 1989).

Miró, Juan José. La televisión y el poder político en México (Mexico City: Diana, 1997).

Molina, Gabriel. "Mexican Television News: The Imperatives of Corporate Rationale."
Media, Culture and Society 9, no. 2 (1987): 159-187.

Moreno, Alejandro. “The Effects of Negative Campaigning on Mexican Voters,” in Jorge
Domínguez and Chappell Lawson, eds. Mexico’s Pivotal Democratic Transition:
Campaign Effects, Voting Behavior, and the Presidential Race of 2000
(book manuscript
under review)

Olmos, Alejandro. “Algunos protagonistas de la televisión,” in Miguel Angel Sánchez de
Armas and María del Pilar Ramírez Sevilla, eds., Apuntes para una historia de la
televisión mexicana II
(Mexico City: Revista Mexicana de Comunicación, 1999).

Schein, Edgar H. Organizational Culture and Leadership. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass
Publishers, 1985.

Trejo Delarbre, Raúl, ed. Las redes de Televisa (Mexico City: Claves Latinoamericanas,
1988).

Trejo Delarbre, Raúl. Televisa, el quinto poder (Mexico City: Claves Latinoamericanas,
1985).

Zazur Osorio, Antonio E. El Estado y el modelo de televisión adoptado en México, 1950-
2000 (Mexico City: Metropolitan Autonomous University, 1996)


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