La política desde los circuitos de comunicación en la Provincia de Cartagena, 1830-1839
The author studies how the communication networks in Cartagena Provice were composed during the 30s years in the 19th century, a period in which politics was influenced by the local milieu experiences. More than a public opinion, in modern terms, networks used to establish oral, written and printed communication systems which had an important influence on institutions and local power establishing. Some specific places and environments (a party, to be out on the town, a gallera,thw gang, the classroom) and some media (the gossip, the conversation, the libelous article, the rag, the newspaper) used to be for receiving and re-elaborating the politics within Cartagena Province. The “noise”, the “public noises” and the “disorder” are understood as practical ways for participating in politics. The connection of the different moments with the communication ways was a vital fact for a society in which printing and writing were deciding for accessing to politics representation.
Keywords: Communication Networks, Mail, Printed, “Public Noises”, Politics Participation.
 A “Gallera” is a round arena, usually carpeted, with tribunes and chairs overlooking, where cockfights take place.
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