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Although he was born in Spain and his formal academic training was developed in Belgium and France, his entire career has been conducted in Latin America and, specifically, in Colombia, where he has lived since the s, with a brief interruption due to his graduate studies in the mattin.
He represents the cultural studies trend narbero it, and he is one of the few Latin American authors in communication and cultural studies who has been translated or published in English.
This perspective has often been dismissed or neglected by previous research in communication and cultural studies in Latin America, and the recent focus on telenovelas research is one such example.
De los medios a las mediaciones: The translation to English in includes a little twist on its title: Communication, Culture, and Hegemony: From Media to Mediations.
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Oficio de Cartografo by Jesús Martín Barbero
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