(Barcelona, Paidos, 1997). 

Observación: La bibliografía incluida en este libro no es la lista de las referencias en los capítulos del libro, sino una bibliografia especializada sobre racismo y la prensa.

En la segunda edición del libro, ese error sera corrigido.

Aqui vienen las referencias correctas de los capítulos. A veces los años con letras (como 1990a y 1990b) en el libro no corresponden con los años aqui abajo, sobre todo para mis publicaciones; solamente por el contexto se puede localizar la referencia exacta entonces.

Para preguntas/observaciones: escribame (


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