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Narco México: ¿exagerado?

BebéEn BBC Mundo decidimos utilizar ese nombre en un especial que analiza justamente la situación que vive México con relación al narcotráfico.

Ese mismo nombre aparece en diversos artículos ya publicados, numerosas referencias en internet e incluso blogs.

Y como verá en nuestro especial, utilizamos el prefijo "narco" para analizar cómo este mal afecta diferentes aspectos de la vida cotidiana en ese país. Visítelo y verá títulos como narcomúsica, narcocultura, narcoeconomía, narcomoda, narcocine, narcomuseo, narcovida e incluso narcorreligión.

Sin embargo, no queremos que piensen que estamos haciendo generalizaciones. Nos referimos a ese aspecto, al narcotráfico, con base en una encuesta que realizamos para evaluar la actitud de la ciudadanía frente a este fenómeno y al impacto que tiene sobre la sociedad mexicana.

Blog de los editores: ¿por qué Narco México?

¿Usted qué piensa?

¿Le parece ofensivo que se utilice ese nombre?

¿O piensa que ayuda a resaltar una problemática que se vive en ese país?


Published: 22-Sep-2008 09:49 GMT


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