La comunicación en América Latina: Un debate pendiente más allá de las resistencias

Pamela Flores Prieto, Kelly Pozo, Livingston Crawford

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Resumen

This articles refiects on the potential role that would play the Latin-American communications faculties and schools in the construction of non-mainstream communication visions. They would do it by inscribing the theories produced in our continent as perspectives pivotal to their curriculum and research plans. This proposal consists of three key points: 1) To decolonize the knowledge in order to consolidate a enunciation point allowing us not to be any more the other for ourselves: 2) to make that citizens become grantors of political projects intended to foster both the solidarity and the equity; 3) to assume the tasks and challenges implied by such an emancipatory endeavor, starting by the self-valued appropriation of our contributions to this field. It is concluded that the communication study programs should undertake the task to devise a new epistemology to overcome the continuous technological changes and to set out an academic proposal with which the plurality of voices is rendered as valid as the plurality of discourses.

Título traducido de la contribuciónCommunication in Latin America: A pending debate beyond the resistances
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)95-105
Número de páginas11
PublicaciónSigno y Pensamiento
Volumen37
N.º72
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2018
Publicado de forma externa

Palabras clave

  • Decolonize the knowledge
  • Emancipatory project
  • Non-mainstream communication
  • Participatory citizens

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