PERSPECTIVAS EPISTEMOLÓGICAS ENTRE COMUNICACIÓN Y EDUCACIÓN

Elssy Yamile Moreno Pérez

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Este artículo identifica algunos de los aportes teóricos de autores anglosajones y rusos acerca de la relación entre comunicación y educación. Para lograrlo, se hace inicialmente una descripción de los conceptos de comunicología, pedagogía y alfabetización mediática. Luego se describen y analizan los vínculos establecidos entre las categorías mencionadas, así como la manera de asumirlas teórica y empíricamente.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.33571/revistaluciernaga.v9n17a6


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comunicología, pedagogía, comunicación, educación, alfabetización mediática, pedagogía crítica de la comunicación

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