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Sallie Hughes is assistant professor in the School of Communication at the University of Miami. She was the recipient of the Goldsmith Research Award from the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University for research u

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"[Hughes] avoids falling into facile explanations about the relationship between political change an the press. Instead, she sets out to examine the multiple variables that affect press performance. The result is quite successful, for it offers a comprehensive picture of the factors that constrain and promote critical reporting."
--Democratization

"Meticulously researced . . . a must-read for anyone interested in the following topics: journalism in Mexico and other Latin American countries; the connection between politics and the media; the role of the press as a watchdog and/or advocate; and the fragile situation of media in countries that experience swings between democracy and authoritarianism."
--Journalism History


"This book is an excellent addition to the scarce literature on the relationship between the media, politics and society in Latin America. It will also be very useful to anyone interested in the wider democratization process in Mexico and provides an interesting analytical model for how the media evolve in other areas of the world moving out of authoritarianism."
-- Journal of Latin American Studies

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