Teaching Method: The set of logical and psychologically structured procedures which the
teacher uses to guide student learning to develop this knowledge, the acquisition of skills or
attitudes and ideas assumed.
It is said that the method should be logica
The strategic objectives of the company can be summarized as follows:
Guide the work of our company to service the (internal and external) users, and achieve worldclass standards.
Away corruption and the negative image, forging terms of tr
THE CENTURY OF THE PRESS
In the nineteenth century the so-called Revolt of the Masses, which marks the beginning of the
systematization of communication occurs. The press gets a market, a permanent demand. The
process grows parallel to the industrial revo
Television in the United States
There have been three major television networks:
National Broadcasting Company
American Broadcasting Company
Columbia Broadcasting System
These chains began as radio stations. During decade no chain had so much power how ar
Teaching method group:
It is the study of a particular subject or performing certain task by two or more students. It is a
method used more and more in education by the excellent results are achieved.
Its main objectives are:
SYMBOLS AND COMMUNICATION.
To decrypt or decode the ways we can serve three aspects: biological activities, technical
actions and expressive actions. Expressive actions can be verbal expressions, gestures and
The most important type of human co
The birth of modern propaganda.
The key element of modern propaganda is its application to mass audiences. Therefore, when
talking about her appearance, it is convenient to explain the process of social transformation
and economic growth that has been set
The basis of finance capital.
One of the major agreements to overcome the crisis of the 70s was the free movement of
investment capital globally. Thanks to new technologies, global exchanges are connected in a
financial market 24 hours a day. Large invest
Terms Of A General Semiotics
First it is necessary to objectify phenomena of meaning and then build a model able to "inform",
that is, to give them forms.
As we have observed, there is something significant since it not for herself, but for another.
THE APOSTLE OF MASS PRODUCTION:
Henry Ford and the Model T have for many years been symbols of the modern industrial era.
Even further growth and success of General Motors, Ford's rival, was due, in large part because
GM had to find an innovative response