It shows the topics of which we have Seniors willing to become mentors in the research work.
Since the subject is very broad to be able to have knowledge of everything, it is specified in what aspects this knowledge is in a way that allows us to specify and focus the work to be done.
As there are people with other knowledge will be incorporated in the corresponding section.


The communication sciences or comunicología:

group disciplines that study, analyze or discuss the social phenomena related to communication, as well as the media that are used and the semiotic set they build, generating their own methods of study and analytical tools.
The object of study of the communication sciences -the processes and phenomena of communication-, is often also approached by other disciplines, among which it is possible to mention sociolinguistics, sociology, social anthropology, cybernetics and social psychology , among other.
Although it is possible to speak of mass communication since the invention of the printing press by Gutenberg, it was not until the 1920s that the first studies on the influence of propaganda in the context of World War II Europe were carried out. with the rise of the fascist regimes of Germany and Italy. While the Greek classics such as Aristotle, Gorgias and Socrates, spoke of persuasion as a way to carry out the process of communication; these authors stayed at the logical-semantic level of the issue and did not raise the issue from the point of view of a complete society.


To understand current societies, plural, complex and interconnected, it is not enough with abstract explanations. We need these to be enriched with stories about the experiences of people along their vital itineraries, and also, that collective data make the individual decisions intelligible.

It offers a model of organization and elaboration of documents designed to facilitate the construction of a plural knowledge about the past and the present, relating collective explanations with personal explanations. I am the communication process; These authors remained at the logical-semantic level of the question and did not raise the matter from the point of view of a complete society.

Infoparticipa: Evaluation of the municipal websites. The InfoParticipate Map that we dedicate to this website is the Map of Good Practices of Local Public Communication in Catalonia, which was conceived in 2012. The platform was built to carry out the evaluation of the councils of Catalonia.
with 52 Indicators, adapted to the Transparency Laws.

is the way to use words to form sentences, either orally or in writing. Good diction is spoken when the use of said words is correct and accurate in the language to which they belong, without attending to the content or meaning of what is expressed by the issuer.
The word diction comes from the Latin dictio, -nem, 'way of speaking'.
When talking and-above all-when singing, you must avoid the vices or defects of diction, such as the following examples: -vistes, -bananas, -fatituo, -tualla, -shut, -dry, -cállensen, -nadien. [ citation needed] The placement of the voice consists of producing it correctly, taking into account the breathing, the correct placement of the diaphragm, the position of the lips, the articulation and, of course, the diction
It is the art of speaking with eloquence.1 Second, it is also a literary genre formed by discourse, harangue, dissertation, sermon, panegyric, among others.
This second broader meaning applies to all literary processes that are stated or expressed with the same purpose and persuasive purpose. This purpose of persuading the recipient is the one that differentiates the oratory from other oral communication processes. In the same way that the purpose of didactics is to teach and that of poetry to delight, what oratory seeks is to convince something. The persuasion is that with the reasons that one expresses orally, it induces, moves or forces another to believe or do something. However, it is not its only purpose. The purpose of public oratory can range from transmitting information to motivating people to act, or simply telling a story. Good speakers should be able to change the emotions of their listeners and not just inform them. Oratory can be a powerful tool used for purposes such as motivation, influence, persuasion, information, translation or simple entertainment, articulation and, of course, diction.


is the descriptive study of the effect of any and all aspects of society, including cultural norms, expectations, and context, on the way language is used, and society's effect on language. It differs from sociology of language, which focuses on the effect of language on society. Sociolinguistics overlaps considerably with pragmatics. It is historically closely related to linguistic anthropology, and the distinction between the two fields has been questioned.
It also studies how language varieties differ between groups separated by certain social variables (e.g., ethnicity, religion, status, gender, level of education, age, etc.) and how creation and adherence to these rules is used to categorize individuals in social or socioeconomic classes. As the usage of a language varies from place to place, language usage also varies among social classes, and it is these sociolects that sociolinguistics studies.


 is the activity of compiling and publishing information related to current affairs, especially notable events. [2] Since simultaneous events are infinite, the journalist is obliged to choose only some, always with the intention of tending to objectivity. There is a code of ethics that some people say must be fulfilled: to contrast the information in reliable sources, to give voice to the parties but not to give opinions in the information. Journalism can acquire different forms and transmit information through different means: thus, there is graphic journalism (written press), but also oral (radio), visual (television) or multimedia (internet). André Gide summarizes this activity and business: J'appelle journalisme who will be looking forward to tomorrow ('I say journalism that will be less interesting tomorrow than today)

Filmmaking Production:

in the audiovisual field, is the process by which a video is created. Generally, in industrial production cinema five stages can be distinguished: development, pre-production, shooting, post-production and distribution. Realization involves making decisions both artistically and productively, and the limitation is only on the means available (budget available and equipment available).

History films- años 20-30
At the start of the First World War, French and Italian cinema had been the most globally popular. The war came as a devastating interruption to European film industries. The American industry, or "Hollywood", as it was becoming known after its new geographical center in California, gained the position it has held, more or less, ever since: film factory for the world and exporting its product to most countries on earth.
By the 1920s, the United States reached what is still its era of greatest-ever output, producing an average of 800 feature films annually,[38] or 82% of the global total (Eyman, 1997). The comedies of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, the swashbuckling adventures of Douglas Fairbanks and the romances of Clara Bow, to cite just a few examples, made these performers' faces well known on every continent. The Western visual norm that would become classical continuity editing was developed and exported – although its adoption was slower in some non-Western countries without strong realist traditions in art and drama, such as Japan.
This development was contemporary with the growth of the studio system and its greatest publicity method, the star system, which characterized American film for decades to come and provided models for other film industries. The studios' efficient, top-down control over all stages of their product enabled a new and ever-growing level of lavish production and technical sophistication. At the same time, the system's commercial regimentation and focus on glamorous escapism discouraged daring and ambition beyond a certain degree, a prime example being the brief but still legendary directing career of the iconoclastic Erich von Stroheim in the late teens and the 1920s.


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