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Stay in subjects with mathematical content in last year’s students: analysing the results of schools in indigenous territories and Costa Rica’s Great Metropolitan Area
Summary This research uses the perspective of school effectiveness considering three factors: socio-demographic characteristics, attitudes towards mathematics and social beliefs around gender in mathematical contexts. The aim is to explore the predictive value of variables that could be associated w...
LA EDUCACIÓN FÍSICA EN CHILE: UN análisis DE LAS CREENCIAS DEL Profesorado DE LA Enseñanza primaria Y Secundaria
Se analizan, cualitativamente, las creencias de los docentes de educación física respecto a la función social que debiera cumplir la asignatura. En dicho análisis se identifican barreras personales, profesionales e institucionales encontradas en dicha tarea y las soluciones que ellos proponen al res...
Periodismo alternativo, alfabetización y co-construcción del imaginario social de la discapacidad en los juegos de Río 2016
En esta investigación se analizó la manera como el periodismo alternativo presentó la relación deporte y discapacidad desde una perspectiva progresista, al tiempo que alentó una co-construcción de (auto) representaciones basadas en este modelo. A través de observación participante en los Juegos Para...
La tarea escolar: representaciones lingüísticas de los estudiantes
El presente artículo da cuenta de algunos de los resultados que arrojó el desarrollo del proyecto de investigación Concepciones de los estudiantes de educación básica secundaria y media de Bogotá sobre la entidad léxica tarea escolar, DLE-427-16, que tuvo como objetivo establecer y analizar las repr...
Between displacement and reconciliation. The Ciro Guerra cinema
During the last few years, Colombian cinema has been playing a leap in showing the socio-political conflicts that the country has rooted in. Stripped of stereotypes, Ciro Guerra, from his first opera, The shadow of the caminant, to The abrazo of the snake, via the Wind Travels, is putting his formal...
Images and iconographic stereotypes of America in the illustrations of the peninsular press at the end of the 19th century
The end of the Spanish colonial empire on the American continent coincided chronologically with the move towards a new century. During this transitional period, the well-established press as a means of communication and entertainment, carried out and interpreted retrospectively the stereotypes creat...
Would others not be more biased than me? The case of Franco-American relations
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn this article we report on two research on the structure and content of stereotypes attributed to others: to what extent do we think that members of the endogroup and exogroup show pro-endogroup favouritism and bias in homogeneity of exogroup? These two research carried out i...
Navarro Rodríguez, MÁ. (2019). Palimpsestos mexicanos. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/130234
Racialised imaginaries: forms on Cuban types of the Spanish Víctor Patricio de Landaluze during the second half of the 19th century
Target: the graphic description of Víctor Patricio de Landaluze in Cuba during the second half of the 19th century makes it possible to recognise the articulation of factors leading to the gestation of a durable imaginary, from his perspective as a foreign national. The aim of this study is to demon...
Approaches to promoting child and adolescent participation
Participation is an end in itself that leads to individual autonomy and collective empowerment, while it is also a means to strengthen the democratic quality of our societies. Recognised as a universal human right (1948), the right to participate is protected for child citizenship in international l...
Raising the profile of racial stereotypes in image banks: the persistence of Jezebel, Mammy and Sapphire colonial patterns for black women
In this work, an exploratory study of image banks, specifically Getty Images and Shutterstock, is carried out, analysing whether the processes of tapping such search devices reveal algorithmic ways of reproducing colonial mentalities in relation to black women. On the basis of the concept of ‘contro...
Representation of Communicative and Pragmatic Frame ‘Intellect’ In English, German and Russian Paremiological World Pictures
The purpose of the study is to conduct a cognitively-comparative analysis of the representation of the communicative-pragmatic frame intellect (Russianум, German Klugheit) objectified in proverbs of English and Russian languages, which, being a reflection of the world view of a particular ethnic gro...
Construction of gender in time of Internet: self-expression and risks perceived in social networks during childhood
This research displays the results obtained from an analysis of how gender inequalities and the processes of technological appropriation are co-built up through a comparative study of children's trajectories of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) appropriation in Argentina. It shows, fr...
Linguistic stereotypes and expressions in a metaphorical sense: the study of the term “migrant” in political and media discourse
We would like to question the qualifying properties of the term “migrant” and the mechanisms of the combinatory of the word “migrant” and its derivatives with other words used in the metaphorical sense (e.g. “migration blurring”). Therefore, we are seeking to identify the mechanisms for examining me...
Imaginaries, myths and attitudes towards bisexuality in social work students
In a patriarchal, machist and heterocentrist system, through a process of stigmatisation, myths (traditional narratives containing behavioural patterns and altered realities) and stereotypes (false conceptions of simplified mental images) are used to devalue people whose sexual orientation breaks fr...
Teacher's gender mediation in teacher training course in language arts
In this article we are interested in presenting insights into an ongoing research project in which we study the tensions and senses in dispute regarding the gender approach in the university teacher training course in Language Arts. In this regard, we intend to analyze critical incidents (Perrenoud,...
Denunciation and recovery of the stereotype in Jardiel Ponce’s Roman work
based on an aesthetic of repetition or even perpetual resonance, popular mass literature is a form of ready-to-read for a reader considered primarily as a consumer. Within this production, the novel of love appears to be a particularly codified gender, organised around recurring motives and stereoty...
The arithmetic fierce of motherhood in ‘The marriage of red fish’ in Guadeloupe Nettel
Both the media, publishers or authors seem to promote a Spanish-American ‘neo-boom’ in women today. What would then be the common features of these publications? The aim of this work is not to give a definitive answer to this question, but to examine how the ‘The marriage of red fish’ story of Mexic...
Towards a new kind of finance?
this article brings together the main results of gender studies. On the basis of a presentation of the unprecedented results of a French household survey (Pater survey), we first look at the differences in financial preferences and behaviour between men and women and then their impact at several lev...
On gender and gender: a feminist reading of the Hunger Games
The beginning of the 21st century supports the success of the juvenile literary genus, especially the sagas adapted to cinema, which, with their expanded universes, become mass phenomena capable of reaching a globalised audience. This article reflects on literature for young people through the trilo...
Who are the non-native speakers of English? A critical discourse analysis of global ELT textbooks
summary: As the skill requirements in English for non-native speakers have intensified, the offer of comprehensive ELT books has also increased. on the world market. Critical perspectives of the expansion of English have in turn questioned the sense of ownership. language by native contexts. Based o...
Young people in Mexico: are there differences between men and women in their sexual initiation and use of the condone?
summary: The article analyses the characteristics of the sexual start of Mexican young people aged 12-29, as well as the factors related to the increased use of contraceptive methods, in particular the use of condon, emphasising the role of gender inequalities in sexual practices. The sexual start o...
Splendor and decadency: the representation of the company and the city in “A Paris connection” by Marie-Claire Bête
In Une liaison parisienne (1975), Marie-Claire Blais sets the action in Paris, a city idealised by Mathieu Lelièvre, a young Quebecois who travels to France. His stay in the French capital allows the author to characterise the city and the characters living in it. Through the evocation of space this...
Language attitudes, theoretical review and impact on foreign language teaching
The aim of this article is to carry out a general review of the field of language attitudes and, in particular, their applications in foreign language teaching. It starts with a disciplinary location of language attitudes, taking into account the main authors and theoretical lines. It also looks at...
Discourse of future teachers about intercultural diversity
The theoretical discourse on intercultural diversity is still far removed from practice. One reason for this gap is the lack of properly trained teachers (both present and future). To implement the intercultural approach, it is essential to know the discourse of the agents who will apply it. The pur...