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en: A Holistic Strategic Management Model: a Symbolic Abstraction for the Territorial-Cultural Identity of the Historical Downtown of The City of Colima and the Tourist-Historical City, Colima Mexico This article presents a study of the Historical Center of the City of Colima from a complementarity qualitative and quantitative perspective through techniques such as Semantic and Natural Webs and Focus Groups among others. It also focuses on the search for a symbolic abstraction of the territorial identity from a standpoint of sustainability, as well as the defining of the term “holon” with the purpose of integrating a strong symbolic-cultural component and consolidating the intangible cultural patrimony of the Historical Center, the finding of the Historical City of Colima, that will bring about the concept of Historical Tourist City, a notion that seeks to convey the state of Colima as an integrative tourist destination. The intention is to support the main contribution of the text and route that generates the concept: A Holistic-Strategic Management Model of Symbolic-Territorial Nature for the identity of the concepts Historical Center of the City of Colima and Historical Tourist City of Colima.>>>
Irma Magaña Carrillo
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Carmen Padín Fabeiro
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en: Contingencial Formal Description of Mindfulness Practices Over the last years, several efforts have been made to translate meditative practices from different traditions, mainly from Buddhism, to contemporary contexts in the health and education fields, among others. The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program (MBSR) is one of the main interventions representing this tendency. However, such efforts have only managed to translate meditative practices to colloquial language without taking in consideration the sociocultural context of participants, which can lead to confusion and ambiguity in clinical and research environments. In this paper the main formal practices of the MBSR program are translated to a contingency language created by Mechner (2008) in order to propose a symbolic representation of those practices.>>>
Eric López Maya
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María del Rocío Hernández-Pozo
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en: Hermeneutics and Historic Architecture of Cultural IdentitiesIn this article you will find a reflection on the category cultural identity, based on the experience of anthropological research of the author, which represents a particular definition of the topic and the consideration of cases from anthropology and notes accurate based to ethnographic interventions themselves. In turn, we try to incorporate the contributions of hermeneutic philosophy to support with greater arguments the developed approach, which is basically a definition of cultural identity without empirical referents that traditionally added, all understood in general in the spectrum of the observable customs and traditions. In an opposite intent, it advocated in this work, the version of cultural identities as historically certain semiotic realities mainstreamed by power relations and as deep existential as understanding of being, according to the philosophy of Martin Heidegger.>>>
en: Ethnographic Analysis of the Social and Cultural Impact of Itinerant Microtheatre in Vulnerable Groups in Four Municipalities of the State of Colima, Mexico This article offers an ethnographic analysis that refers the social impact of a cultural and artistic event produced by the itinerant Microtheater that used the handling of the technique of Bunraku puppets. With its brief perfomances, it addressed the need to endorse the environmental care in eight vulnerable locations of four municipalities in the state of Colima, Mexico, as well as in basic education schools located in these same contexts of social vulnerability. The field work was coordinated by the University Center for Social Research (Centro de Investigaciones Sociales – CUIS) of the University of Colima. The proyect was developed jointly by a group of professional puppeteers and environmentalists of the Sowing Culture (SECUAM) Civil Association, as well as by 18 students from five faculties of the same University: Literature and Communication, Philosophy, Political and Social Sciences, Pedagogy and Physical Education. The itinerant Microtheater was conceived as a learning strategy for this Population by exposing and socializing contents about the care of the environment. The Argument that we will develop in this article is that the itinerant Microtheater to have given an unusual spectacle to residents of these eight colonies, offered new Cultural meanings for the environmental care by putting into play cognitive, artistic, emotional, playful and aesthetic elements that positively impacted the spectators.>>>
Karla Y. Covarrubias Cuéllar
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Armando Hernández Vargas
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Cassandra González Villegas
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en: Posmasivity, Posmediality and Intersubjectivity. Notes for a Discussion of the Communicative “Democracy The euphoria that has led to the emergence of so-called “new media” has enabled many scholars talk communication postmedian phenomenon as a substantial part of the democratization of information and knowledge that impact access to production media content, and even impacting the way contemporary manifestations of cultural resistance of political practices. From this perspective, new media will eventually contribute to building a more just and equitable in terms of access to information concerns society. This, however, should necessarily be understood from the fields of communication relationships both socially and interpersonally. It is an edge that is usually forgotten when we talk about new media and this is the discussion we want to give through this text.>>>
en: Discussion Groups as a Methodological Strategy to Meet the Social Representations about the Research in the Context of Vocational training of Communicators This paper presents a way to characterize the social representations that have students of the Degree in Communication from the Faculty of Arts and Communication at the University of Colima, about the meaning, the importance and the usefulness of research in their formation process arises professional. The research was conducted with a qualitative and phenomenological approach based on the use of discussion groups, whose implementation allowed to know the meanings and social representations that build students about career They are studying and research as part of their training. The results show that students have a great semantic richness and strong personal involvement that grants, research, an important role as curricular component, but parallel has a low recognition as an option for those pursuing professional career development.>>>
Armando Castañeda Morfín
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Ma. Guadalupe Chávez Méndez
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