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April 2007, Week 4


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A Special Issue of Flow: A Critical Forum is now available online. This issue
features columns on Latin American Media, as part of our ongoing mission to
include a wide range of authors and investigatory topics in the journal.

Please visit the journal at to read these columns and
contribute responses to them. Each article begins with a Spanish or
Portuguese-language column, and is followed by the English translation.

This issue’s articles (an introductory column by the guest editors and a
synopsis of each appear of Flow’s homepage):

“La telenovela mexicana en el ciberespacio / Mexican Telenovelas in Cyberspace”
by: Claudia Benassini Félix

“Xenofobia y Mitos en la Cobertura Televisiva de la Selección Nacional Mexicana
/ Xenophobia and Myths in the Broadcasting of The Mexican National Soccer Team”
by: Jorge Alberto Calles-Santillana

“La semiótica de la televisión en América Latina: problemáticas y perspectivas
metodológicas / The Semiotics of Television in Latin America: Problems and
Methodological Perspectives” by: Alfredo Cid Jurado

“La televisión mexicana y la transformación del poder en México en el siglo XXI
/ Mexican Television and Transformations of Power in 21st Century Mexico” by:
Javier Esteinou Madrid

“‘Cibercultura’ y cibercultur@ / Cyberculture and Cybercultur@” by: Jorge A.

“Comunicación y personas mayors / Communication and ‘Great People’” by: José
Hernández Herrerías

“La info-estructura de los 22 portales o sitios ciudadanos de los países / The
Info-Structure of the 22 Web Gateways or Citizen Targeted Government Websites
of Countries Located in the Continental Platform of America (2006)” by: Octavio
Islas and Arturo Caro

“El Inicio de la Investigación Científica de la Comunicación Social en América
Latina / The Beginning of Scientific Mass Communication Research in Latin
America” by: José Luis Ortiz Garza

Información sobre el proyecto Office of Inter-American Affairs [OIAA] dirigido
por Nelson Rockefeller. / Information about the the Office of Inter-American
Affairs [OIAA], a project directed by Nelson Rockefeller.

“Place, Race, and Class: Watching Brazilian TV in Salvador, Bahia” by: Joe

“La televisión cultural mexicana / Mexican Cultural Television” by: Florence

We look forward to your visit and encourage your comments. We also welcome you
to share this issue and all issues with colleagues, students, friends, and
anyone else who may be interested in participating in our forum.

Best wishes,

Flow Editorial Staff

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