Autor: Thomas A. Mascaro
Revista: Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
As the author makes clear, the book does not claim to provide the Latin American perspective in general, but a Latin American perspective on the interaction of media and context. Although is not strictly a gender study, a feminine viewpoint is present throughout the book. This makes sense, as the gender approach can hardly apprehend by itself the full diversity of femenine issues. This extensive research combines preceding studies and a lot of primary historical evidence, including firsthand testimonies an unpublished records. All the scenes make not only a book on early times of the radio but a volume on Latin American political history as well.