Poverty, Language and Media in Latin America

Poverty, Language and Media in Latin America

PUBLIC EVENT at XXXVIIth Brazilian Congress of Communication Sciences - Intercom 2014.

2 September 2014 | Itaipu Technological Park, Iguazu Falls, Brazil

The public event is part of the POLAME International workshop "Poverty, Language and Media in Latin America: The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico", hosted by the Federal University of Latin American Integration (UNILA ), 2-6 September, 2014.


  • Alberto Cimadamore, CROP/ISSC-UiB, Norway
  • Ana Beatriz Chiquito, Dept of Foreign Languages, UiB, Norway
  • Gabriel Quiroz, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia
  • Hugo Fuentes Castro, ITESM, Mexico
  • Ana S. Fonseca, UNILA, Brazil


POLAME Public Event, 2 September 2014



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