Libertad de imprenta en Hispanoamérica: religión, ciudadanía y educación
Ciudad de México: Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliotecológicas y de la Información, 2020. First Edition. Paperback. 455p., bibl., wrps. New. Item #77785
"Libertad de Imprenta en Hispanoamérica" presents an exhaustive investigation about the freedom of the press in the countries of Latin America through a tense review of the constitutions of each country. The purpose of this work is to study, from the Hispano-American constitutional texts, the development and the relationship that exists between the issues: freedom of the press, freedom of religion or creed, the relationship of the State with the church, the relationship between literacy and citizenship, and the right to education. The reader will find in these pages a study carried out through the comparison and reflection of the constitutional texts, which will expand his historical and theoretical panorama on the freedom of the press, as well as all the factors that make it possible and depend on it.