Metadatos. Revista Latina de Comunicacion Social, 72, 2017.
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<meta name="DC.description.abstract" content=" ABSTRACT: Traditionally, the field of politics, while influencing television shows, did so in a few genres ‒news and political information programs‒ whose conventions acted as a break on its treatment as a spectacle or reality show. But recent years have seen quite a transformation which is the focus of this paper. This is the takeover of the realm of politics by the spectacle of the real with no limits on the hyping of topics, characters and political conflicts. This paper conducts both a quantitative and qualitative investigation of this topic. More specifically, we carry out a test for such a transformation via textual analysis of a Spanish TV program: El objetivo [The Target/Lens] on La Sexta Spanish TV channel. The results of the analysis confirm a fundamental transformation of the interview format in which the presenter acquires a more prominent role than the interviewee in terms of both her continual visual presence and of imposing the rules of the game. In this new format, she constantly interrupts the interviewee and demands headline-grabbing responses. Finally, the results confirm how this rise of the interview as spectacle involves an emphasis of the issues aiming to the trivialization of political content and attitudes."/>
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<meta name="DC.TERMS.bibliographicCitation" content="J González Requena, LJ Torres Hortelano (2017): “The Takeover of Politics by the Spectacle of the Real. Case Study: El Objetivo”. Revista Latina de Comunicación Social, 72, pp. 1.689 a 1.750.
http://www.revistalatinacs.org/072paper/1241/91en.html
DOI: 10.4185/RLCS-2017-1241en"/>