These pages offer us a wide view of the image so disseminated in Spain of the United States during a relevant historic and social era: the end of the Cold War. This project is so attractive because of the importance of the United States, a nation implicated in global events, and the controversial image of “the other” and the relationship of admiration and resentment established between the Spanish press and the United States. Likewise, the analysis of public discourse through the media is of great interest, not only because it depicts daily life and historic developments in real time, rather because it acts as a revitalizing element in periods of historic change.
Entre la admiración y el rencor. Estados Unidos y la prensa española ante el final de la Guerra Fría - 15,00€
Entre la admiración y el rencor. Estados Unidos y la prensa española ante el final de la Guerra Fría
Coral Morera Hernandez (Madrid, 1969), professor at the Universidad de Valladolid, “Campus María Zambrano”, and member of the “Research Group on Communication and Hypermedia” at the same university. PhD in Journalism by the Universidad de Valladolid and Master in Corporate Communication and Advertising at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She participates as a speaker at national and international conferences on Political Communication. She has worked in various media as a journalist and her main fields of research concern investigative journalism, United States and the Cold War, the history of social communication and the media effects. Her main publications analyze the media image of the United States and some of the major crises and military interventions of the late twentieth century.