Mexicanos en Los Ángeles: audiencia transnacional y noticias de televisión

Gabriel Alberto Moreno Esparza

Resumen


Este artículo discute la recepción de noticias televisivas de los mexicanos en Estados Unidos y propone el término "audiencia transnacional" como alternativa al nacionalismo metodológico que persiste en el estudio del consumo mediático de los inmigrantes. Esta entrega es un esfuerzo por explorar el papel de los medios en experiencias contemporáneas de globalización.


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transnacionalismo; análisis de la recepción; audiencias transnacionales; migración; globalización

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