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The aim of this paper is to analyse whether institutional factors determine the level of corporate governance compliance among major listed companies in emerging markets of Latin America, a region characterized by a poor legal system, highly concentrated ownership structures, and [...]

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At the end of the 20th century, in Latin America, Gabriel García Márquez created the Foundation of New Latin American Journalism (FNPI). Thanks to this, a few years later, it shows the growth of the media, especially magazines that published chronicles. One of the [...]

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Interculturality, as an idea and as a fact, so present since the last decades of the last century, because of the increasing domestic and international migrations worldwide, entails conceptions which come to be too diverse as the prevailing cultures at the regions of exchange. [...]

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The paper discusses the development of cybercampaigns in America Latina inside the political and democratic transformations during the recent decades, as well as the dawn of socialization using telecommunications and new informational technologies which has been observed in the [...]

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Due to its penetration and access, radio is a very important mass media in the Ibero-American context. However, radio has not received much scholarly attention. In this framework, the present study analyses the situation of Ibero-American radio studies from the perspective of their [...]

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The process of publishing scientific papers should be based on universal principles of professional conduct: credibility, truth and authenticity. In academia, the inclusion of policies on ethical standards in journal instructions to authors could prevent misconduct and fraud in scientific [...]

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The need for reflection on the incorporation of a media education curriculum has brought about a concern about that has arisen in the new contexts of the information society. The international discussions on this issue demonstrate the obvious need for this kind of curriculum. In this [...]

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Infoaces (Integrated information system for higher education in Latin America) is a new project to design a university information system. The main types of university information sources and the main features of Infoaces are described, paying special attention to the system of indicators/markers [...]

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Open source software is a key component in the technological development of Central and South American nations. In many cases, it is the only option that avoids the problems of the “digital divide”. Strengthening the use of open source software in public administration and academic [...]

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When the Latin America and the Caribbean Social Sciences Network of Virtual Libraries was created 10 years ago, it was an easy decision to work with open software because the Latin America and the Caribbean Social Science Council (Clacso), an academic network with 195 member institutes [...]