Auge y crisis de la prensa satírica española en el Sexenio Revolucionario (1868-1874)

El Argonauta Español. 2016;13 DOI 10.4000/argonauta.2335

 

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Journal Title: El Argonauta Español

ISSN: 1765-2901 (Online)

Publisher: Temps, Espaces, Langages, Europe Méridionale-Méditerranée (TELEMME)

LCC Subject Category: History (General) and history of Europe: History (General): Modern history, 1453-

Country of publisher: France

Language of fulltext: French, Spanish; Castilian

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Antonio Checa Godoy

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Time From Submission to Publication: 24 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

The Revolutionary Six-Year (1868-1874) represents a golden era for the satirical journalism in Spain. A large number of new titles, favored by the regained freedom and the changing political process, arises. They are, however, limited resources and very fleeting newspapers. Content, especially graphics, are renewed and all the trends, overcoat the opposition, known remarkable boom. Madrid maintains a clear hegemony in number of titles and audience, but the process extends throughout Spain.The list of satirical periodicals published in Spain during the period studied can found in the appendix to this study.