Terrorism and Mass Media: A Spanish-Language Bibliography

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Terrorism and Mass Media: A Spanish-Language Bibliography


Montoya, Catalina, Communication Research Trends


In Volume 21, #1 of Communication Research Trends (2002), William E. Biernatzki, S.J., reviewed work on terrorism and the mass media. During the summer, Signo y Pensamiento 40, Vol. 21 (2002), published by the Departmento de Comunicacion of Bogota's Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, brought out a thematic issue on journalism, media, and war, including a bibliography of Spanish-language resources on the topic, prepared by Professor Catalina Montoya, who also serves as managing editor of the publication.

As a service to our readers, Trends here reprints Professor Montoya's bibliography. We thank her and Signo y Pensamiento for the permission to reprint this material. Subscription information for Signo y Pensamiento may be obtained from the Department, Transversal 4 No. 42-00 Ed 67, Piso 6; Bogota, D.C. Colombia. Email: signoyp@javeriana.edu.co.

Montoya serves as professor of social communication and international politics in the Communication Department at the Pontifical University Javeriana. Her email address is catalina.montoya@javeriana.edu.co.

Medios, periodismo, guerra y violencia politica

Abello, Jaime. (2001). El conflicto armado como espectaculo del infoentretenimiento. In Jorge Bonilla & Gustavo Patino (Eds.). Comunicacion y politica. Viejos conflictos, nuevos desafios (pp. 411-420). Bogota: Ceja, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.

Alba, Gabriel. (2001). La fascinacion por el crimen. Medios de comunicacion y violencia. In Jorge Bonilla & Gustavo Patino (Eds.). Comunicacion y politica. Viejos conflictos, nuevos desafios (pp. 421-435). Bogota: Ceja, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.

Arreola, Gerardo. (1999). Paisaje informativo despues de la batalla. Revista Chasqui, 65 (marzo). Quito: CIESPAL.

Baron, Luis Fernando & Valencia, Monica. (2001). Medios, violencia y conflicto armado. Controversia, 178 (mayo), 43-81. Bogota: CINEP.

Baron, Luis Fernando. (2001). La ilegitimidad frente al sectarismo. Representaciones sobre conflictos en medios y audiencias en Irlanda del Norte y Colombia. Signo y Pensamiento, 38, 46-63. Bogota, Departamento de Comunicacion, Pontifica Universidad Javeriana.

Baudrillard, Jean. (1991). La Guerra del Golfo no ha tenido lugar. Barcelona: Anagrama.

Baudrillard, Jean. (2000). Ninguna piedad para Sarajevo. In Jean Baudrillard, Pantalla total, pp. 59-64. Barcelona: Anagrama.

Belenguer, Mariano. (1999). Periodistas de viaje. Corresponsales de paz y corresponsales de guerra. Revista Chasqui, 65 (marzo). Quito: CIESPAL.

Bonilla, Jorge. (1995). Violencia, medios y comunicacion. Otras pistas en la investigacion. Mexico: Trillas.

Bonilla, Jorge. (2001). Comunicacion, television y guerra. Revista de Estudios Politicos, 19 (julio-diciembre), 143-160. Medellin: Universidad de Antioquia.

Bruckner, Pascal. (1996). La arbitrariedad del corazon. Los avatares de la compasion. In Pascal Bruckner, La tentacion de la inocencia, pp. 233-279. Barcelona: Anagrama.

Brunner, Jose Joaquin. (1997). Politica de miedos y medios de la politica. Dialogos de la comunicacion, 49 (octubre), 9-22. Lima: FELAFACS.

Cadavid, Amparo. (1989). Comunicacion y violencia. Hacia la construccion de un terreno para el debate. Controversia, 153-154, 225-240. Bogota: CINEP.

Correa, Arlovich. (2001). Guerra y paz en directo. La informacion televisiva en tiempos de conflicto. In Jorge Bonilla & Gustavo Patino (Eds.). Comunicacion y politica. Viejos conflictos, nuevos desafios, (pp. 393-409). Bogota: Ceja, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.

Dowling, R.E. (1986). Terrorism and the media: A rhetorical genre. Journal of Communication, 36(1), 12-24.

Enzensberger, Hans Magnus. (1992). Perspectivas de guerra civil. Barcelona: Anagrama.

Fernandez, Juan Manuel. (1995). La television en la guerra de Vietnam: una experiencia unica, 20 anos despues. …

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