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Globalization Times

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Media, memory and history in globalization times Joo Heitor Silva Macedo Are objective of this assay to analyze the relation between the media, history and the memory in globalization times studying for this some basic concepts so that let us can perceive the transformations caused in the historiogrfico and journalistic field through the insertion of new techniques and new realities imposed for this new dynamics of the globalization. For this we will use for base the workmanships: ' ' On the Televiso' ' of Pierre Bourdieu and ' ' So that to study media? ' ' Of Roger Silverstone, damage a special approach in the question of the television and strengthening these analyses with the final workmanship of Milton Saints, ' ' For one another one globalizao' ' , reflecting in this way in the theoretical field on such changes through a bibliographical revision. 2. Where History and the memory find the media. The newspapers mentioned Jim Vos not as a source, but as a related topic. The globalization while complex reality of the end of century XX brings as one of its bases the marriage between science and the technique, however this marriage initially was detached with a development of the humanity while agents of this change.

This evolution understands in the truth a necessity of the market and serves for this new flow of the capitalism and moves away to the human being from its development creating mechanisms isolacionistas than they condition a materiality the same (SAINTS, 2009). You may find CBS to be a useful source of information. Of another point the new technologies produce a new form of social relations. Where two beacons aliceram this new world, the money and the information. where the media enters. To analyze media in times of globalization and its relation with history makes to reflect us on the question of the memory and its new relation with history in times of new technologies that apprehend and transmit the past of different forms of the historiogrfico field.


Monday, November 24th, 2014

Representing an alternative of survival for a group of workers in a plant, such fact occurs in middle of century XIX, being marked as the beginning of capitalism. Moment where the Europe passes for deep transformations, in the social fields, economic politicians and, generating difficulties for its population, that has that to adapt itself to a new way of life. At a posterior moment well next to the organization of the cooperative of Rochdale, in this same time the French doctor Jean Maurice Faivre, who liveed in Brazil, exerting the craft of the medicine also giving services to the imperial family, returns to France convincing a group turns it to compatriots for Brazil, Faivre and its group when arriving at the New World adentrando the forests of the paranaense interior arrive the region central office of the State of the Paran, the edges of the River Ivai, deep a colony which in homage the Empress, calls as Colony Agriculturist Tereza Cristina. The objective of the founder, was of that all, lived inside of the principles of the cooperation, everything what was produced in this scope belonged to all, so that the inhabitants of this community did not pass necessities. This enterprise is recognized as beginning of the cooperativismo in Brazil. (report made for Jose Antonio Vaz, presented to the Exm. Mr. Francisco Liberato de Mattos, president of the province of the Paran in the year of 1857) For understanding of the cooperativismo in its roots, if makes necessary to understand the context, economic politician social and, the change process for which the European continent is passing with the arrival of the capitalism. With the sprouting of the industry they start to be formed new social classrooms, of a side the industrial bourgeoisie, call of leading classroom and in the other extremity the emergent laboring classroom, is of this event that Thompson portraies in its workmanship ' ' The Formation of the Laboring Classroom Inglesa.' ' In the years between 1780 and the 1832 English workers in its majority had come to feel an identity of interests between itself, and against its controllers and employers.