DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/terra.2.7247

MÉXICO A TRAVÉS DE LOS OJOS DEL WALL STREET JOURNAL:IMÁGENES DE UNA NACIÓN Y DE UN ACUERDO ECONÓMICO


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El artículo estudia la visión sobre México presentada en el diario económico estadounidense The Wall Street Journal durante los años 1993 y 1994, coincidiendo con la aprobación y entrada en vigor del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte. Se muestran la complejidad y las contradicciones del discurso del periódico, así como la evolución de la imagen de dicha nación en el tiempo estudiado, a caballo entre lo marcado por la línea editorial del periódico (la defensa del Tratado y la imagen ad hoc de México) y la visión consecuencia de los acontecimientos políticos, económicos y sociales del país.


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