Bastard mutations of communication

Keywords: Communication, culture, Latin America, Martín-Barbero, mutations

Abstract

The discourses and agendas of the twentieth century are no longer useful in explaining the changes of our time. It is difficult to explain this zombie society – of living dead people in consumption, far from politics and humanism; with media disconnected from the people and converted into political actors; a capitalism that rewards social injustice and cynicism; a system of justice that is increasingly right-wing and follows the god of capital. For this new world, we need to raise different discourses and concepts. This is what the article is about: finding ways from which communication has been thought in Latin America, looking again at Martín-Barbero’s nighttime maps, developing ideas about the mutation of communication.

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Published
2018-05-03
How to Cite
Rincón, O. (2018). Bastard mutations of communication. MATRIZes, 12(1), 65-78. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v12i1p65-78
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