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Mitología del "narcotraficante" en México

1. ed.
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This edition was published in by Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Plaza y Valdés Editores in México, D.F.

Written in Spanish / español

150 pages

"Provocative study uses interviews and historical materials to support contention that both legal codification and folk songs serve to mythologize drug trafficking. Suggests that legal/political sector contributes to the myth by addressing drug trafficking in terms of good and evil, while corridos of drug dealers propagate the myth among the people, serving as a collective catharsis"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

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Mitología del "narcotraficante" en México
1995, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Plaza y Valdés Editores
in Spanish / español - 1. ed.

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Mitología del "narcotraficante" en México

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Work Description

"Provocative study uses interviews and historical materials to support contention that both legal codification and folk songs serve to mythologize drug trafficking. Suggests that legal/political sector contributes to the myth by addressing drug trafficking in terms of good and evil, while corridos of drug dealers propagate the myth among the people, serving as a collective catharsis"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

Mitología del "narcotraficante" en México

1. ed.

This edition was published in by Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Plaza y Valdés Editores in México, D.F.


Edition Description

"Provocative study uses interviews and historical materials to support contention that both legal codification and folk songs serve to mythologize drug trafficking. Suggests that legal/political sector contributes to the myth by addressing drug trafficking in terms of good and evil, while corridos of drug dealers propagate the myth among the people, serving as a collective catharsis"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

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Library of Congress
HV5840.M4 A93 1995

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Pagination
150 p. ;
Number of pages
150

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OL896105M
ISBN 10
9688563862
LC Control Number
95187390
Goodreads
3101408

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