Comunicación Pública: Mediaciones para la movilización social
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The first part of the article provides an introduction and a supporting analytical perspective about the epistemological status of social mediation from authors such Hegel, Jesús Martín Barbero and Manuel Martín Serrano. In a second stage, we undertake our task of founding a public communication as a prospective within the field of communication, as well as a mediating process for social mobilization and from the knowledge of interface features. Finally, we conclude with a proposal submission for citizens participation and social mobilization, presenting a way to contribute to the quality of democracy. Copyright © 2012 (Carlos Alberto Galvis, Luis Horacio Botero).
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