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“Lope de Vega vistió la, but many bled it”: The word sold by Enríquez Gómez, a new recasting of a comedy
This article shows that the word sold, a comedy published in 1678 in the name of Fernando de Zárate (pseudonym of Antonio Enríquez Gómez) and unanimously attributed to the criticism of Lope de Vega, is in reality a recasting by Enríquez Gómez of a comedy originally due to Lope. A careful analysis of...
Data journalism education in Canada: Challenges and opportunities
Does the Editor Know Better? The Editorial Vicissitudes of the 20th Century Polish writers
The main purpose of this article is to consider the question: Do authors always decide on the final form of their works? To explore the answer, this essay describes relations between authors and editors in chief. To this end, the essay provides some examples of the various forms this activity can ta...
Competing visions for the Toronto waterfront: A content analysis of the Island Airport expansion debate
In April, 2013, Porter Airlines proposed expanding Toronto’s downtown Island Airport and introducing jets to allow for long-haul flights. Growth plans have been met with a mixture of support and opposition from Toronto residents. Given the important relationship the media has with public understandi...
The status of Catholic journalist at the Assemblies of Good Press (1904-1924)
In Spain from the first third of the twentieth century, various national assemblies of Buena Press/Catholic Press took place in Seville, Zaragoza and Toledo. One of the aims of these meetings was to improve the status of Catholic journalist. To achieve this, a number of initiatives were proposed, in...
Renewal of language forms in social communication on Twitter
International audience With the increasing development of social communication on social media networks, new linguistic forms have emerged thanks to the technological devices offered by digital platforms, which can be regarded as open spaces characterised by hypertextuality and polysemioticity. This...
Reescribir la violencia
Reescribir la violencia supone un acercamiento al conflicto armado en Colombia desde la obra de escritoras que narran las experiencias de víctimas de la guerra. Diarios, autobiografías, historias de vida, entrevistas y narrativa testimonial serán los cauces de expresión más idóneos para la perpetuac...
At journalism, at the margins of his ideals
The article describes the increasing influence of flexibility considerations on the early career of young French-speaking Belgian journalists. Marked by an unprecedented employment crisis and a profound change in their business models, journalistic companies are increasingly difficult to secure a st...
The problem of authorship in roman artistic culture : originality and imitation
The topic of my research has been to deconstruct the authorship as expression of a unique subject within the artistic creation. act, in order to understand the different elements composing an art-work in the elaborated Roman visual culture. I tried to investigate how the modern concept of author has...
Always an Adventure : An Autobiography
Hugh Dempsey has for decades been one of Alberta’s most prolific and influential public historians. Author of more than twenty books, he has also been “in on the ground floor” of the development of many key Alberta institutions, including the Indian Association of Alberta, the Historical Society of...
The senses about the education of young people targeted by PROG.R.ES.AR in La Plata
This work is intended to investigate the senses of education of the young people targeted by PROG.RE.SAR. (Support programme for Argentinian students). A policy that, since its implementation in 2014, accompanies the educational trajectories of young Argentinian students. In order to achieve the pro...
Day of studies: Questioning the analysis and visualisation of data (AVD) on 6 November 2015 in Sophia Antipolis
Since 20 years, the near-digital production and the increasing digitisation of data of all kinds (textual, numerical, relational, etc.) has made it considerably easier for them to be archived, circulated, consulted and manipulated, in arrangements whose diversity is only equal to that of the purpose...
Communication for de-manipulations
The “Communication for demanicomalisation” thesis aims to make the Community Mental Health Centres visible; Casa Pre Alta, Pichon Rivière and Dr. Franco Basaglia, their origins, their role in outsourcing pacientxs internadxs at the Interzonal Hospital of Agudos and Chronic Dr. Alejandro Korn, and de...
Circuit of experience: A collective space for communication
This Final Integrating Work describes the creation of a free access website that brings together methodological tools present in communication planning processes, input from professionals in the field and related professionals, as well as practices, experiences and knowledge of various social organi...
Development of a communication strategy for the Swiss Coeliakia Association
In the current context of overinformation in society, communication by associations is essential if they wish to benefit from a high profile. Commissioned by the Swiss Coeliakia Roman Association (ARC), the aim of which is to provide assistance to people suffering from food intolerance to gluten, th...
Training workshop for docent-tutors: Young people, technologies and education: ‘Youth with More and Better Work’ programme
The next Final Inclusive Work (TIF), within the framework of the Specialisation in Educational Practices, Means and Spaces — Communication, will be the design and construction of a Training Workshop for Teaching, Technology and Education, in a Virtual Education and Learning Environment (E-VEA), aime...
Infodemia: Key to cutting off the disinformation chain in times of pandemic
The communication products presented are part of the infodemia campaign: Key to cutting the chain of disinformation carried out by the Directorate for Artistic Production with the Territory of the Faculty of Journalism and Social Communication of the National University of Plata (UNLP). This content...
Lead media as a problem
“The Lead Media as a problem” means my contribution published today by the specialist Journal Journal Journal Journalistik (subtitle: “Why the counter-discourse could help journalism”) — a text that was supposed to be about “alternative media” and which in some way is already out of date because at...
All of Those Yesterdays: News media and the fall of the Berlin Wall in Russian and German cultural memory
Degree: Master of Arts Abstract: From a twenty-year distance, the fall of the Berlin Wall still remains and continues to reinforce its place in history as not only a pivotal event, but also, owing to the circumstances under which it took place, a unique event in the space of both memory and news med...
The dual dependence: Some remarks on the relationship between the political, economic and journalistic fields
Current reflections on journalism ethics reflect the structural contradictions of this activity at the intersection of the political and economic fields. The profession of journalist is currently threatened by the growing importance of economic considerations in press companies, by the technological...
Omar Rincón: Sin tapujos
En la entrevista a Omar Rincón, catedrático colombiano, éste cuestiona el papel de los medios, las escuelas y facultades de periodismo, el Internet, los celulares. Afirma que la Academia necesita reinventarse. Las carreras de comunicación y periodismo han fracasado en la producción de narradores med...
Carreras de Comunicación
Se abordan varios temas uno de ellos muy difícil de ser investigado "Deuda externa y Comunicación"", pues esta es más devastadora que cien hiroshimas, por lo que se incita a los periodistas a tomar partido y defender a los pueblos tercermundistas. Sobre la estabilidad democrática y el periodismo, se...
Nation state crisis and internal political communication: A dividing line called democratisation
Among the side effects of the weakening of the nation states, there is the growing porosity of symbolic borders to the norms of a “foreign” policy practice. This text uses the new approaches to international relations to bring about the accelerated opening of borders around the world. He then remind...
The magistère intellectuel islamophobe d’Oriana Fallaci
In the last five years of her life, the journalist and writer Oriana Fallaci (1929‑2006) published three strongly Islamophobic pamphlets, which were widely acclaimed in Italy. They sold millions of copies and played a major role in structuring a national debate on intercultural relations and the sup...
“The question that kills”: political interrogation and infotainment
The literature on political interviews in TV broadcasts combining information and entertainment regularly questions the quality of the information that citizens can find, including the rigour of questions conducted by their facilitators. Comparing interviews with leaders of political parties in an i...