Communicative and Aesthetic Shades of a Graph during Gustavo Rojas Pinilla’s military dictatorship
AbstractThis research emphasizes on ideological shades of images carried out during General Gustavo Rojas Pinilla’s military dictatorship (1953-1957) in Colombia The research hypothesis is that press censorship, the establishment of totalities and restrictions to free opinion frame a set of cultural imaginaries, which secure a conservative modernization. A critical analysis and a qualitative approach allow concluding that communication of the epoch spread a modern project, which symbolic, aesthetic, and ideological load reflects the historical consciousness of order and progress.
Author BiographyAugusto Solórzano, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Doctor en Filosofía. Profesor asistente en la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Facultad de Arquitectura,
Escuela de Artes. Sede Medellín
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