FOR-GET presents an intimate look at personal and cultural identity in post-Pinochet Chile. The analysis focuses on issues of gender, class, and politics, within the context of globalization and modernity. It reveals multiple conflicts between media representations and people s perceptions, proposing a new intercultural model for understanding identity and communication.q... landlords and their families, a a#39;middle classa#39; of non-manual workers and their families, and a a#39;working classa#39; of manual workers and their familiesa (p. 77). Because of this simplicity, people can quickly appraise each other, looking for markersanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 2012|