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The press in Spanish in the United States, of Hispanic observance, played a significant role in the re-election of president Obama in 2012, not as much because they campaigned for that candidate, as due to the treatment given in the months prior to the polls to Hispanic social, economic and political problems. This article crosses two parallel researches by studying these topics in four newspapers and four magazines among the most relevant over six months and the front-pages of these periodicals presenting the victory of Obama, by means of a pragmalinguistic analysis.
Obama's victory, Hispanic press in the United States, periodicals frontpages, ethnic journalism, press and politics, journalism.
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