The role of Editorial in forming public identity

Our aim is to inquire about the link between the public space, his conditions and the ways that the journalist use some strategies to manipulate by writing in the newspapers the editorial. The concept of public identity suppose a double reference: political and existential reported to the common identity of the individual. Public identity is a border–concept for defining the identity in the context of the conscience of otherness. The editorial, by the main issues that put in his textual body, became a mirror of the society and also contribute to the coagulation of the public identity.

Keywords: editorial, the party, ideology, press, news

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