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en: This paper gathers results from a comparative research between the Law of Social Responsibility in Radio, Television and Electronic Media (RESORTE), approved in 2010 by the Venezuelan congress, and the Organic Law of Communication (LOC), approved by the Ecuadorian congress in 2013. The main objective is to show similarities and differences between these laws approved by countries whose governments have a similar ideological view, in spite of their differences in their concrete practices. From that common vision, the way both countries see social communication processes presents some common points, a fact that makes relevant the analysis of their similarities and differences. For comparison purposes we have selected eighteen criteria which we consider relevant to explore such laws. In general, results show that while the RESORTE law emphasizes on a long-winded regulation, with a strong punitive accent, the LOC law emphasizes regulation and development of citizen's communication rights.>>>
José Enrique Finol
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Lobsang Espinoza
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en: Starting february 2014 violent protests against the Venezuelan government were activated by opposition groups. Adopting the Zello platform to facilitate contacts, organization and their insurrectional identity, rioters kept agitating and disturbing for five months until the end of june. We follow the model contexts (van Dijk, 2011), and basic coordinates of identity in a colloquium (Vigara Taussig, 1992) to analyse the elements of the semio-discursive relationship in their conversational interactions. As a result it was found that participants developed schemes strongly regulated by social self-representation as a form of collective identity.>>>
Steven Bermúdez Antúnez
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en: This paper analyzes the application of Canaima Plan as a contribution to technological appropriation in primary education in Mara, Zulia state. The research is exploratory and descriptive, based on a no experimental design. A group of 36 teachers and 104 students was sampled from public schools in the Mara municipality which are part of the Canaima Plan. It was concluded that in the classroom, students and educators are making limited use of ICT; teachers have being trained but they fail in the technology appropriation. Regarding the development of skills in the use of technology by students, 95.2 % of them have gained some mastery in using the computer, but they seek help to store information or to create meaningful contents.>>>
en: Beyond dilemmas, we know that technologies are clockwise in history that to say Roig (2006) man's relationship with the physical world is basically technological. In this regard one might ask: How can ICT be at the service of integral human development? This is where the social appropriation comes into play thanks to the contributions of Neuman (2008) and through this article verify how Latin Americans have given meaning to these digital tools to transform their social practices from his own hermeneutical understanding horizon. Four (4) key informants were the sample, which we applied the model Martinez (1998, 2007, 2009) called "stages of theorizing", which is based qualitative methodology. The hermeneutical and ethnographic methods for the analysis of results were used. Finally it was concluded that these key informants found make sense of ICT despite being against the system where they are made, because they have transformed their social practices.>>>
en: This essay, making a theoretical review, contextualized ICT departing from the process of building another kind of globalization, as opposed to the hegemonic, unique globalization. Such contextualization allows the analyzing of the cyberspace counter- potential, and as from the processes of social appropriation, it aims to resize the political practices of groups victimized by a system characterized by inequality and social exclusion. This goal can be achieved by setting global networks that may affect the creation of a new public area, not anymore submitted, but autonomous. Within this area divergent groups can reconfigure the social fabric to inform and communicate from their different discursive practices. We conclude understanding the disputed cyberspace, as a virtual agora where the counter-hegemonic forces make clear their resistance under new circumstances.>>>
María Gabriela Lozano
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en: This article aims to present a methodological proposal to evaluate the development of e-government in autonomous Venezuelan universities, through e-services on their websites. The research project is feasible. For its development three (03) existing methodological proposals were studied: Baum and Di Maio (2001), Layne and Lee (2001) and Esteves (2005), which assess the provision of e-services in municipal portals. This work is done with the understanding that the concepts considered in the aboye mentioned proposals that evaluate the development of e-government, can be adapted to the e-services offered by universities, not only aimed at their internal community, but also external, which extends beyond the training vector. Here we proceed to construct the proposed assessment ofthe evolution ofe-government in autonomous universities, based on sorne concepts presented by the three proposals evaluated and incorporating other proposals ofthe authors. The conclusions on each of the raised issues are shown.>>>
Lubiza Osio Havriluk
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Pedro Luis Pineda Salazar
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en: This research was conducted in participative spaces where one group is guiding the growth and development of their community. It was developed in the Bermudez municipality of Sucre state, with the collaboration of community councils which meet in the so called "Battle rooms" located in the Bolivar parish of the above mentioned municipality. It was applied The Participant Action Research approach which, by definition, is interactive. First, the little knowledge of ICT use by members of the community councils was evident. Second, a contribution was generated by presenting communities and local authorities of popular power a proposal to contribute to the training in the use of multimedia tools in favor of the diffusion and management of projects generated from within the community.>>>
Luis Efraín Tovar Alcalá
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Domingo Alberto Viñoles Peña
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María Gabriela Lozano
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