REPRESENTACIONES SOCIALES SOBRE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS EN LAS INTERACCIONES DE LOS JÓVENES EN LA INTERNET: implicaciones pedagógicas

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Bonilla Medina, S X 2010. REPRESENTACIONES SOCIALES SOBRE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS EN LAS INTERACCIONES DE LOS JÓVENES EN LA INTERNET: implicaciones pedagógicas. Nodos y Nudos. 3 (28).
AuthorsBonilla Medina, S X
Abstract

This article reports the main findings of research study done with a group of young people from Universidad de la Salle de Bogota, during the year 2009. The research tried to enquire about the social representations upon human rights that are conveyed on the internet interactions of such a population. In order to achieve our goals, this research developed a qualitative methodology.Data collection techniques such as interviews and video recorded internet sessions were the support for the research procedure. Students’ voices permitted to conclude that social representation regarding human rights are focused on the principles of the rights to culture and liberty. In this way, this text elicit a reflection about the implications of this new flow of information, knowledge, new roles for educative actors and in general for school, education and pedagogy.

Keywordssocial representations, Young people, human rights, internet, web pages, e-mail
JournalNodos y Nudos
Journal citation3 (28)
ISSN0122-4328
Year2010
PublisherUniversidad Pedagógica Nacional-Colombia
Accepted author manuscript
Web address (URL)http://revistas.pedagogica.edu.co/index.php/NYN
Publication dates
Print2010
Publication process dates
Deposited28 Apr 2013
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