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By means of the metaphor «lights in the labyrinth», this paper is an approach to some new meanings of it, discussing which doors are open and which ones are closed in media in order to research its relevance in the globalization and information age. In th

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This article presents the preliminary results of an investigation on the meaning of television in the daily life of children, which corresponds to a study carried out on with boys and girls of a medium socio-economic level from Santiago of Chile. The diverse uses and senses that children [...]

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For the first time in industrialised culture, over fifty percent of the population possesses the ability to privatise whatever environment they might be in through the use of a dedicated MP3 player or through a mobile phone with MP3 capabilities. The consumption of technologically [...]

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This article examines President Donald Trump’s treatment on Twitter towards the US media during his first six months in office, from January 20 to July 20, 2017. Based on a content analysis of the tweets published in the account @realDonaldTrump, we study the mentions to the media [...]

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In recent years there has been a debate about the emerging professional profiles and skills required in journalism. However, it sometimes goes unnoticed that the basic function of mediation between the facts and the readers in journalism is still valid, although it must be adapted [...]