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Classical sociology was built upon three constitutive beliefs, rarely discussed. The first defined the space of sociology, the second defined the time and the third the position of the observer and the type of discourse. All three defined the subject matter of sociological investigation [...]

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Abstract: The starting point of this article has a social nature: neologisms appear to refer to novelties and to cover the expressive needs of speakers. As speakers consider language to be their own and express unformed considerations on new words, this article deals with some of [...]

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This paper tries to approach non-verbal communication through eyes as a code in social and educational contexts, considering that one´s eyes may become a help or an obstacle for personal relationships. One´s eyes, face, expression are pieces of a social g

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The advances in the world of sciences contributes to the progress of mankind. It’s really important to take into account the role of TV as a way of expanding and interpreting the information to make society aware of it and to imply an active participation. But mass media do not [...]

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This paper is a reflection on the adaptation of the spectator to the latest tendencies in plastic art and image in general. This reflection leads up to consider the need for helping the audience to become critical spectators. This proposal is based on the development of activities, [...]

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The increased cultural activity in Peru within the last years requires a media complement that contributes to advance in this sector and educate the public. In addition: culture, education and economy are key factors for social development and media must assume their responsibility [...]

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This article proposes to analyze the representation of race, class and moral in television phenomena “Magaly TeVe” and “Al fondo hay sitio” from an anthropological glance of the television, and understanding their communicative, discursive and social dimensions. [...]

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The economic crisis has been harmful for libraries. Although the studies that have been done by professional associations have given evidence of their economic and social value, the reasons given to justify budget cuts and closures show that the real problem is not an economic problem [...]

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Although the comic has been with us much longer than other arts considered as such without prejudice, there are currently no appropriate search tools that allow us to study this publication genre, so there is a considerable information vacuum in this respect. We briefly discuss the [...]

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A reflection on the emergence of new forms of interactive digital media in the late twentieth century is proposed. Presented as a historical account written in the future, the main mutations experienced by the media ecosystem from the emergence of digital technologies and global networks [...]