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Title: La imagen romántica de España en el Videojuego
Authors: Navarrete, Luis
Keywords: Iberistica
Spain - Video games - Social aspects
National characteristics, Spanish
Stereotypes -- Spain
Issue Date: Dec-2014
Publisher: Venezia: Edizioni Ca' Foscari
Series/Report no.: Rassegna Iberistica;102/2014
Abstract: The genre of "españolada (a book, film, show, etc., giving a clichéd, stereotypical image of Spain) is an interdisciplinary category established during the last four centuries through art forms belonging to the Spanish folk tradition. The objectification of this reality as a commercial product and cultural label promoted by Romanticism has served the literature, painting, music and cinema to transmit an exaggerated misconception of Spain. As an inevitable process, the "españolada" has also been developed in video games via a twofold dimension, which starts an on-going line of research for Game Studies in Spanish.
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