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Author: Mancinas-Chávez, Rosalba
Nogales Bocio, Antonia Isabel
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Periodismo II
Date: 2011
Published in: Razón y palabra, 78, 17 págs.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Este trabajo es una pequeña parte de una investigación mayor donde pretendemos encontrar los valores que se transmiten a través de la oferta audiovisual a los niños andaluces. Partimos del convencimiento de que los medios de comunicación de masas ...
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Mass media are persuasive elements of socialization. Across the guidelines, bosses and values of their contents people form their own frame of reference. This is possible because of an assimilation mechanism by means of implicit, subtle elements and for it, more efficient. In the mind of a child this process takes place of more spontaneous form still attending, in the main, to audio-visual stimuli. Movie productions destined for infantile public project values as the consumerism, the worship to the beauty or the individualism through different technologies and forms. This article shows the Spanish cinematographic industry to detect them. We realize a panoramic of the current context of the distribution of infantile cinema in Spain with the most recent numbers. We depart from a structural perspective and a critical positioning, our hypothesis demonstrates empirically through the analysis of content of two concrete cases Planet 51 y Carlitos y el campo de los sueños.
Cite: Mancinas-Chávez, R. y Nogales Bocio, A.I. (2011). El cine infantil en España. Descripción del contexto y estudio de casos. Razón y palabra, 78.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/29319

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