Închisoarea federală Oz - Un model de reprezentare mediatică a comunicării în grupurile din instituțiile închise



The article seeks to explore the particular features of group communication networks and processes in the media-created environment of Oz, The Federal Prison. Specific characteristics of the OZ groups, their members, internal and external group pressures, distribution of status and group formation are analyzed by retorting to group communication theories and the pioneering work of American sociologist Ervin Goffman on prisons as total institutions. The analysis applies theorethical concepts to individual characters and actual contexts depicted throughout the series.

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