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Adriana Ángel Botero

Rafael Obregón

Resumen

El objetivo de este estudio fue explorar la literatura producida en el campo de la comunicación para el desarrollo y el cambio social (cdsc), con el fin de: a. comprender la manera como diversos investigadores y profesionales de la comunicación han utilizado la noción de diálogo para definir, entender y apoyar los procesos de desarrollo y cambio social; b. explorar las implicaciones teóricas y prácticas de la utilización de distintos enfoques de diálogo. Concluimos que en el campo de la cdsc la noción de diálogo ha sido abordada, primordialmente, de tres maneras: diálogo como modelo de comunicación, diálogo como evento de comunicación interpersonal y diálogo como proceso de deliberación pública. Una vez explicados dichos escenarios, presentamos los riesgos, consecuencias e implicaciones de cada uno de estos abordajes. Finalmente, exponemos algunos de los desafíos y retos que tiene la cdsc en relación con la aplicación de prácticas dialógicas. 

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Keywords

Comunicación y desarrollo, Cambio social, Modelos de comunicación.

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Ángel Botero, A., & Obregón, R. (2011). Un análisis crítico de las perspectivas de diálogo en la literatura sobre comunicación para el desarrollo y cambio social: abordajes y desafíos. Signo Y Pensamiento, 30(58), 162-177. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.javeriana.edu.co/index.php/signoypensamiento/article/view/2474
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