Discursos de la discriminación: El indígena en la prensa tapatía durante el siglo XIX

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DISCURSOS DE LA DISCRIMINACIÓN : EL INDÍGENA EN LA PRENSA TAPATÍA DURANTE EL SIGLO XIX. / Érika Julieta Vázquez Flores. León, Guanajuato, México : Universidad de Guanajuato , División de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, 2012. 317 pages : includes tables, references, bibliography, CD-ROM ; 22 cm. ISBN : 9786074412161.

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The author presents the analysis of a particular case of manifestation of racism in the second half of the 19th century in Mexico, exploring the press of the state of Jalisco and the vision that was had of the Indian. Vázquez analyzes the bases of Mexican racism, demonstrating that, in effect, it is racism, dealing with the fact that in Spain the Crown itself encouraged the image of the native peoples as rustic, barbaric people, far from civilization. Here we present a complete study on Mexican journalism, necessary to understand the attitude of the press in Jalisco, reflecting on its origins, its performance since colonial times and how it reached the days of Porfirio Díaz.

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