Ingeniería Social, Comunicología e Historia Oral

Cáceres, Luis Jesús Galindo
December 2009
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;dic2009, Vol. 15 Issue 30, p105
Academic Journal
The text is divided into four parts. The first section presents a set of observations on the location that currently and traditionally has been the area of Oral History in a background almost exclusively from the world of humanities. In this article we present an alternative argument where oral history can relate to and relocate to a more associated with the trajectory of science and engineering. On this first appearance in the second part proposes a new configuration for the development program of studies in oral history within the proposals of social engineering and social communication in dialogue with so-called Social Sciences and Humanities, and Basic Sciences and the proposed new epistemological constructivist, systemic, ecological and complexity. In the third part in the program proposes a possible social engineering of Oral History, and a social communication of Oral History, a program point where orality is central to a project of Social Ecology and sustainable development. End the text with the fourth part, a selection of references on a synthetic literature to support thesis and comments presented throughout the text.


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