publication . Master thesis . 2002

The attitude of the Chilean newspaper "El Mercurio" towards the main economic policies of the Popular Unity government of Salvador Allende (1970 - 1973).

Llewellyn, Paul Francis;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2002
Abstract
Resumé of History major: “The attitude of the Chilean newspaper ‘El Mercurio’ towards the main economic policies of the Popular Unity government of Salvador Allende (1970-73)” By Paul Francis Llewellyn Department of History University of Oslo, Norway Autumn 2002 Introduction This investigation will show in what manner the conservative daily newspaper El Mercurio presented the main economic policies of the Chilean left-wing Popular Unity (UP) government during its term in office. This will be achieved through a systematic study of articles from the newspaper that deal specifically with several distinct areas of UP government economics, at the same time making cro...

1.1 Presentation and delimitation of topic .................................................................... 6 1.2 Brief historical introduction ................................................................................... 7 1.3 UP economic policy ............................................................................................... 8 1.4 The Chilean media ................................................................................................ 10 1.5 Earlier research and literature ............................................................................... 11 1.6 Theory and methodology ...................................................................................... 13 1.7 Issues and perspectives concerning the area of enquiry ....................................... 14 1.8 Sources ................................................................................................................. 14 1.9 Disposition ............................................................................................................ 14 Chapter 2 - Historical background .............................................................. 16

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