Comunicacion y Cultura de Masas (Spanish Edition) [Antonio Pasquali] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Comunicación y cultura de masas [Antonio Pasquali] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Caracas. 18 cm. p., [1] h. pleg. de map. Results 1 – 12 of 12 Comunicación y cultura de masas by Antonio Pasquali and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

Author: Tucage Tojashicage
Country: Barbados
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Science
Published (Last): 26 February 2017
Pages: 210
PDF File Size: 6.36 Mb
ePub File Size: 11.91 Mb
ISBN: 498-6-85436-191-7
Downloads: 11480
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Akinosida

Overcoming the burning atmosphere created around it by the media, the conference approved a set of thirty resolutions containing initiatives to alleviate or solve the problems of communication determined by internal and external domination.

Some metropolitan centers would seem to be moving from indifference or compassion to reluctance or hostility about the wants and claims of the so called developing world. This book expects to contribute to the excellence of radio production considering this medium as the most important one in underdeveloped countries due to its coverage.

Cañizález, Andrés

According to Pasqualithe trend has been confirmed. Write a customer review. A classic functionalist approach to communication recently revised by the author stressing mass culture and society. Hong Kong, Asian Research Service.

Many United States magazines are translated into Spanish and Portuguese and somewhat adapted to Latin America and, along with comic books, flood the region, stemming mostly from subsidiaries or partners of United States firms in Venezuela and Mexico. Mass Media in the Socialist Revolution: A simple presentation of classical semantic referred to meaning and significance.


SearchWorks Catalog

His proposal in this book referred to “textual conversation” changes the relationship between public and mass media messages. Prospects – Quarterly Review of Education, Vol. It analyzes the four major paradigms in social sciences Durkheim, Neo-positivism, Weber, Marxthe mathematical conception of society, formalization in social sciences, cybernetics, systematic prospective methods, structural methods and motivational methods.

Social and Economic Studies JamaicaVol. An excellent comunicacuon of development in Latin America and its relation with communication processes. This view is slowly changing in Latin America.

Travesia intelectual de Antonio Pasquali: A proposito de los 50 anos de – Google Books

Internal domination in matters of communication is coincident with external domination in this area. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Physical paswuali and the intellectual development of children – Pasquuali Khripkova. General introduction to journalism: The permanent reference to art and, thus, to the possible aesthetic dimension of communication processes is an excellent perspective for students.

This dominance comes to the region through several avenues. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.

A pedagogical culltura to communication planning from a Latin American perpective. A study by Raquel Salinas of coverage by the Associated Press shows in detail how information was handled – quantitatively and qualitatively – by this agency to play up the IAPA position and disfavor the proposals of the Latin American governmental representatives, especially those of Venezuela, the leader.


The North-South dialogue is stagnant, if it ever truly began. A very useful book for organizational communication students.

The Impact of U. Ediciones de la Biblioteca. It offers clear and useful guidelines for semiotic analysis as a “reading” comnicacion which stresses formalization processes.

Las palabras y las cosas. It stresses duties and rights in favour of community interests. For instance, Colombia – a country populated by 25 million people – has today some radio stations of which only one is state-owned. Some 75 per cent of all radio transmitters are concentrated in North America and Europe, which also have about 75 per cent of all radio receivers. Kaarle Nordenstreng and Herbert I. When compared with the rest of the mass media, radio has a wider penetration among the lower strata of the masses and in some rural areas of the Third World countries.

It is therefore in the interest of the rich countries to solve world problems in close harmony with the Third World.

And income comparisons produce, to say the least, astonishment. Cuadernos de Nuestro Tiempo, No.