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Camilo Andrés Tamayo Gómez

Resumen

Para entender la relación entre comunicación, ciudadanía y derechos es necesario analizar por separado tres campos de la comunicación: el político, el social y el cultural. La investigación que se presenta en este artículo busca desarrollar un nuevo concepto de ciudadanía comunicativa, un modelo y unas herramientas metodológicas que permitan abordar de manera comprehensiva e integradora la relación entre comunicación, ciudadanía y derechos. El proyecto contempla el análisis de los regímenes socio-comunicativos en un contexto de conflicto armado (Colombia), en un contexto multicultural enfocado hacia la acción política de los migrantes (Reino Unido), y en una sociedad donde el control político gubernamental afecta los derechos políticos y de expresión (Italia). El objetivo es describir, analizar y explicar cómo estas condiciones afectan los derechos humanos en estos países y cómo se puede exigir justicia, igualdad y libertad desde una perspectiva de la comunicación.

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Keywords

Ciudadanía comunicativa, Derechos humanos, Ciudadanía, Democracia, Esfera Pública, Régimen Comunicativo.

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Tamayo Gómez, C. (2012). La ciudadanía comunicativa, aproximaciones preliminares. Signo Y Pensamiento, 30(60), 106-128. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.javeriana.edu.co/index.php/signoypensamiento/article/view/2415
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