qSorenson has produced a fascinating and important case study of the interplay of media, collective memory, and the search for accountability and meaning post-Pinochet Chile. Calling attention to the vital role that television, documentaries, and other media play in reflecting and shaping contested representations of a traumatic past, this book will be important for readers interested in transitional justice and the aftermath of authoritarian regimes in other historical contexts.q - David Cohen, Director, Berkeley War Crimes Studies Center, University of California, Berkeley.TV Guide. http://online.tvguide.com/movies/database/ Movie-Review.asp?MI= 45877 (accessed ... The Cultural Studies Reader, 2nd ed., edited by Simon During, 518a36. New York: Routledge, 1999. Funa Chile. ... Santiago, April 8, 2002. Hallanbsp;...
|Title||:||Media, Memory, and Human Rights in Chile|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2009-06-09|