Essays about: "Contexto"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 15 essays containing the word Contexto.

  1. 1. 'I'm from Barcelona': Boundaries and Transformations Between Catalan and Spanish Identities

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för kulturantropologi och etnologi

    Author : Liesl Drew; [2017]
    Keywords : identity; Catalonia; Spain; ethnic boundaries; minority language; nationalism; identitat; Catalunya; Espanya; fronteres ètniques; llengua minoritària; nacionalisme; identité; Catalogne; Espagne; frontières ethniques; langue minoritaire; nationalisme; identitet; Katalonien; Spanien; etniska gränser; minoritetsspråk; nationalism; identidad; Cataluña; España; fronteras étnicas; lengua minoritaria; nacionalismo;

    Abstract : In the last decade or so, the multiple political factions in Catalonia have adopted pro-independence initiatives in their platforms following the 2008 financial crisis. Catalonia’s position as representing a minority culture in the face of the centralized administration of Madrid presents a contentious history of fighting for the right ‘to be’, culminating in what today is viewed by many as an identity crisis. READ MORE

  2. 2. Understanding Misunderstandings: International Students’ Intercultural Communication in Lund University Culture

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Avdelningen för etnologi

    Author : Silja Wendt; [2017]
    Keywords : Qualitative Analysis; Cultural Integration; Intercultural Communication; International Students; Cross-Cultural Competence; Lewis-Model; Interkulturell kommunikation; Internationella studenter; Kulturell integration; Kvalitativ analys; Kors-kulturell kompetens; MACA; Cultural Sciences;

    Abstract : 本文采用定性研究的方法,从文化分析的角度去探讨一个瑞典大学的国际学生的文化融合,尤其是从行为交流进行研究。 在日常的社会交流中产生的误解,可能会对留学生的个人经历造成负面的影响。这些负面的影响引起的挫败感可能影响学生的身心健康。 跨文化交流比较难捕捉,在文化融合上潜在的行为规则更是稀少。 以隆德大学和它的环境为例,本研究挖掘出跨文化交流中的一些意想不到的误解。 本研究采用半结构化的采访,自传式民族志以及观察的方法,把国际学生的视角突出。下列的研究为题作为主线贯穿整篇文章:隆德大学的国际学生在行为交流上遇到什么困难?这些问题在文化的层面上怎么理解?怎么促进文化融合? 实证材料贯穿于本研究中,此外还应用了社会交流理论如尔文·戈夫曼的人际互动理论和爱德华·霍尔对跨文化交际的研究,将行为交流联系在文化环境中。 对更多文化认同的需求,本文讨论了实际的操作以促进外来文化行为的跨文化交流。结果显示运用Lewis模式和我们长期的自身经验可以创造出跨文化交际能力,以此促进国际学生的文化融合的步伐。这也表明一所大学可以采取积极的行动应对这篇研究中所反映的问题。.. READ MORE

  3. 3. Brazilian Feminism on the Rise : A case study on Brazilian feminist cyberactivism

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Tema Genus

    Author : Debora Martini; [2016]
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    Abstract : The Women’s Spring movement started in 2015 in Brazil. It is a brand new phenomenon where Brazilian feminists are taking advantage of the potential of the Internet and social media to publicize sexism and demand respect. READ MORE

  4. 4. Resistance bodies on the México-U.S.border : Peripheral feminisms

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för etnologi, religionshistoria och genusvetenskap

    Author : Montserrat Lolo García; [2016]
    Keywords : Reistència; feminicidi; feminismes perifèrics; cis heteropatriarcat i context capitalista; Resistance; feminicide; peripheral feminisms; cis hetero-patriarchal and capitalist context.; Motstånd; kvinnomord; perifera feminismer; cis heteropatriarkat och kapitalistisk kontext; Resistencia; feminicidio; feminismos periféricos; cis heteropatriarcado y contexto capitalista.;

    Abstract : The present study shows and analyses how bodies codified as women’s bodies can resist in an extreme violence context situated in Ciudad Juárez on the México-U.S. border. To be resistant or to make resistance in these circumstances can be represented in different ways, through social and civic movements, art, literature and weapons. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Indigenization of knowledge and power in the Peruvian Amazon : a case study for socio-environmental participatory monitoring processes in Aerija and Huao communities.

    University essay from Lunds universitet/LUCSUS

    Author : Aurora Eloisa Martín; [2016]
    Keywords : participatory monitoring; sustainability science; indigenous knowledge; power relations; feminist political ecology; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : The Amazon has always been a strategic region because of its rich variety in natural resources. Its global interest is spreading across levels and scales, influenced by the increasing demand for fossil fuels and biodiesel and the threat of climate change. READ MORE