The "Red". The imagine of the enemy in the"“Nationalist Spain" - This paper examines the multiform nature of the violence that erupted during the Spanish Civil War, with particular emphasis on its symbolic dimension. To this end, its considers the propagandistic construction underpinning the representation of the «enemy» (los rojos) in the so-called Nationalist press during one moment of the war, aftermath of the fighting on the Madrid front and the advance of the Nationalist forces througt northern Spain

Parole chiave: Guerra civile spagnola, violenza, propaganda, rappresentazione culturale, nemico, nazionalismo Spanish Civil War, violence, propaganda, cultural representation, enemy, nationalism)" />
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Il "rosso". L’immagine del nemico nella "Spagna nazionale"
Journal Title: MEMORIA E RICERCA  
Author/s: Francisco Sevillano 
Year:  2009 Issue: 31 Language: Italian 
Pages:  14 Pg. 141-154 FullText PDF:  127 KB
DOI:  10.3280/MER2009-031009
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The "Red". The imagine of the enemy in the"“Nationalist Spain" - This paper examines the multiform nature of the violence that erupted during the Spanish Civil War, with particular emphasis on its symbolic dimension. To this end, its considers the propagandistic construction underpinning the representation of the «enemy» (los rojos) in the so-called Nationalist press during one moment of the war, aftermath of the fighting on the Madrid front and the advance of the Nationalist forces througt northern Spain

Parole chiave: Guerra civile spagnola, violenza, propaganda, rappresentazione culturale, nemico, nazionalismo Spanish Civil War, violence, propaganda, cultural representation, enemy, nationalism

Francisco Sevillano, in "MEMORIA E RICERCA " 31/2009, pp. 141-154, DOI:10.3280/MER2009-031009

   

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