Communication practices for mobilization and social change: a dialogue with the experiences of three communication groups that operate in peripheral neighborhoods of medellín

  • Acosta Valencia, Gladys Lucía (PI)
  • AGUDELO CARMONA, ELKIN DARÍO (CoI)
  • AGUIRRE DUQUE, MÓNICA JOHANA (CoI)
  • GONZÁLEZ ECHEVERRY, JULIANA (CoI)
  • Garcés Montoya, Ángela Piedad (CoI)
  • JIMÉNEZ GARCÍA, DAVID LEONARDO (CoI)
  • JIMÉNEZ GÓMEZ, MARÍA DEL ROSARIO (CoI)
  • NAVARRO RAMÍREZ, THILMA (CoI)
  • ORTIZ QUIROZ, DANIEL (CoI)
  • Pinto Arboleda, María Cristina (CoI)
  • RAMOS RODRÍGUEZ, JOHANA PATRICIA (CoI)
  • SALAZAR GUTIÉRREZ, LAURA (CoI)
  • SIERRA CABALLERO, FRANCISCO (CoI)
  • TAPIAS HERNANDEZ, CESAR AUGUSTO (CoI)

Project Details

Description

Proposes to draw bridges to connect the communication practices promoted by three youth collectives: corporation for communication ciudad comuna; corporación pasolini in medellín, youth collective of the commune 4 and udem.

Objective

Establish dialogue and feedback scenarios between some community groups in medellín and the academic sector; reviewing the conceptual, methodological and mobilization constructions that are undertaken from these different spaces, in order to build the bases for a dialogue of knowledge from the understanding of the different forms of knowledge construction and social impact. to achieve this, a characterization of the collectives and the academic sector studied will be carried out, and a methodology will be implemented that simultaneously allows for a process of systematization of each practice and the articulation between what they produce as a function of the strengthening and development of communicative practices. in the city of medellin.

Expected results

Research assistants strengthening research line public communication and policy collective corporación enlace 4 communication network leading researchers multimedia book primer talks seminar event workshops divulga.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date11/04/1311/05/15

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