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Structural and ideological changes in the official press during the spanish transition (1975-1978)

 

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Author: Martínez Fábregas, Jezabel
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Periodismo II
Date: 2015
Published in: RIHC : revista internacional de Historia de la Comunicación, 4, 153-174.
Document type: Article
Abstract: The Spanish Transition was a political process through which Spain reached the democratic status (1975- 1978). The yet authoritarian Spanish Government, in charge of the political change, dissolved the National Movement in April 1977 via the Law 1/1977 of 1st of April. This initiative also entailed the end of the official press as such. Henceforth, it was included into the State Owned Social Media, and the evolution that led it abandoning its propaganda function started. These are the premises for this research that, by analysing technically and biographically seven official newspapers, shows that the official press evolved structurally and ideologically during the Spanish Transition.
Cite: Martínez Fábregas, J. (2015). Structural and ideological changes in the official press during the spanish transition (1975-1978). RIHC : revista internacional de Historia de la Comunicación, 4, 153-174.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/78605

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