Posts Tagged ‘Politics’

Scientific vocabulary: political neuromarketing

Daniel Pallarés, researcher at the Ethics and Democracy Group of the Universitat Jaume I, describes the concept of political neuromarketing. This video is included within the category “scientific vocabulary” made up of short videos in which Universitat Jaume I research staff provides the definition of scientific terms related to their area of expertise. UCC+i UJI. […]

A UJI study warns of the need for more transparency and control of political neuromarketing to avoid voter manipulation

A UJI study warns of the need for more transparency and control of political neuromarketing to avoid voter manipulation Researchers from the Ethics and Democracy Group at the Universitat Jaume I warn in a study about the need to increase transparency and control in the application of political neuromarketing techniques to avoid the risk of […]

Discrepancies on how to reduce pharmaceutical expenses

The three spokespersons from the Public Health Commission of the Congress of Deputies who have participated in the second session of the summer course on medicines organised by the UJI in Castelló have agree with the need of rationalize the expense in public health. Nevertheless, there were some discrepancies in the way of dealing with […]

“Un diálogo sin fronteras. Desde Las Casas a la Alianza de Civilizaciones”

ThebookUn diálogo sin fronteras. Desde Las Casas a la Alianza de Civilizaciones, by FrancescColomer, makes a theoretical expedition to the Spanish moral preillustration, that sixteenth century that gave birth to exceptional characters and authors whose intellectual fertility still captivates by the force of his ideas. Colomer rescues the figure of a visionary named Bartolomé de […]

“Arte, poder e identidad en Iberoamérica. De los virreinatos a la construcción nacional”

The way to represent power through ephemeral art, folkloric art, emblematic portraits and caricatures, as well as the construction of cultural and national identity in Latin America are the key points of this work, in which the authors draw parallels and differences between representation of power in the Peninsula and in the Americas, during the […]

Publications of the Group of Contemporary History

The researcher at the UJI Rosa Monlleó presents the books Vides truncades per la guerra civil a Castelló and Biografies rescatades del silenci, two works of the Group of Contemporary History at the Universitat Jaume I. The interview was conducted during the Catalan Book Week held in September in the city of Barcelona with the […]

Social capital and support for the migrant population of the Valencian Autonomous Region

The professor of Social Psychology and researcher at the group of Community Psychology and Development Cooperation, Raquel Agost Felip, addresses in this video the social benefits immigrants in the Valencian Autonomous Region receive and at the same time the role they have in it. Video produced by students of the Degree in Audiovisual Communication of […]

The influence of journalism in politics

Andreu Casero Ripollés, director of the research group Journalism, Communication and Power, explains in this report the work they have done on the links between journalism and politics, as well as relations among their agents. Video produced by students of the Degree in Audiovisual Communication of the UJI Raquel Benages, Alejandra Hidalgo, Iris Larios i […]

James Skelly analyzes the evolution of the concepts of globalization and nationalism

James Skelly teach the lecture «Democracy: Beyond Identity» inside the cycle «The democracy today» (International Seminar: The Politics of Emotions) organised by the Department of Philosophy and Sociology. Skelly analysed the evolution of the concepts of globalisation and nationalism. Skelly Is professor of Studies of Pau in the Magee College of the University of Ulster […]

Simon Tormey considers direct participation in democracy possible in the long term

The philosopher’s perceptions dealt with the political paradigm shift. According to Tormey, “the days of mediated politics, with a limited number of players and slow and predictable politicians, are gone”. Contrary to what many think, he said, “what we are seeing is not a temporary response to an economic crisis”, but long term experience forms […]

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