Radio Moscú y la construcción del discurso del exilio republicano en la URSS (Московское радио и конструирование дискурса испанской республиканской эмиграции в СССР)
The paper offers a first attempt at reconstructing the Moscow Radio’s Spanish redaction history, and it is analyzing some radio program’s contents. By one hand, the Spanish programs contents were determined by the Soviet propaganda objectives, because the main part of the materials for the broadcasting was issued by the Central Russian redaction. At the same time, the Spanish Communist Party ideological discourse was quiet evident, especially in the themes of the own national programs prepared in the Spanish redaction. The contents of these broadcasts correspond to the canon of the Spanish republican culture in exile. Besides, the analysis of some plans of the program Spanish youth at the Soviet Union shows that the texts contain some very concrete ideological education guidelines which were applied to the group of the Children of the Spanish Civil War. A contemporary anthropological study of the Children’s of the Spanish Civil War discourse proves that this group’s member’s symbolical capital is based on some concepts of the Spanish Communist Party’s official discourse. The study of the ideological message of radio programs on the Spanish youth at the USSR draws the conclusion that these broadcasts not only offered foreign propaganda of the Soviet Union and the Spanish Communist Party’s activities, they also played its role in the formation of the discourse of the Spanish exile in USSR.