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ANGELS WITHOUT WINGS: CONTENT POLICIES IN MEXICAN TELENOVELAS, 1957-1997

ANGELS WITHOUT WINGS: CONTENT POLICIES IN MEXICAN TELENOVELAS, 1957-1997

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  Paper presented at: Representing Mexico: Transnationalism and the politics of culture in Post-revolutionary Mexico International conference sponsored by Yale University and the Woodrow Wilson Center, at the Smithsonian Institution Tower, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., Friday 7th and Saturday 8th, November, 1997. . ANGELS WITHOUT WINGS..., CONTENT POLICIES IN MEXICAN TELENOVELAS (1957-1997) Blanca de Lizaur, U.N.A.M. . TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction Telenovelas, what they are The birth of Mexican telenovelas The myth of progress Literature's social function Who decides what can be shown Contents' agenda A short history of religious elements in Mexican telenovelas Religiou
IN REGARDS TO “CINDERELLAS”…

IN REGARDS TO “CINDERELLAS”…

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TELEVISION...: BETTER NATIONAL (Mexican, in this case) OR FOREIGN?             The other day a friend of mine told me, that her intellectual husband had forbidden her to watch Mexican telenovelas –“He's right”, she said, “they're all ‘cinderellas’”–. Nevertheless, he does not object to her watching each and every episode of “La Niñera" (Nanny Fine)... Such a statement merits special analysis, because it is based on prejudices that are firmly entrenched in our society. “La niñera”, ultimately, is also an adaptation of “La Cenicienta (Cinderella), but with a huge difference: While in María la del Barrio (Maria from the Neighbourhood), La Usurpadora (The Imposter), and other similar Mexican works, at some point we see the protagonist taking classes and “polishing his/her rough edges