Representaciones sociales sobre la experiencia de elaborar pósteres académicos: el caso de estudiantes de Ingeniería Electrónica en un curso de escritura

Elizabeth Tavera, Marlon M. Gamarra Ruiz, Rocío Alatrista, Víctor Vásquez Pacheco

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Resumen

This research aims to understand the social representations (SR) about the creation and sharing a poster by a group of Electronic Engineering students in the final stage of their careers. The methodology followed a qualitative, descriptive-interpretative, and cross-sectional approach. The principles of grounded theory (GT) were chosen as the analysis technique for the study. The results show a central representation of the production and socialization of the poster as a series of complex and strenuous tasks, whose elaboration requires a series of linguistic-cognitive, social, and multimodal skills for which the students were not adequately prepared. In addition, they construct the elaboration and socialization of a poster as an experience that produces epistemic, emotional, and critical-reflexive effects.

Título traducido de la contribuciónSocial Representations Regarding the Experience of Creating Academic Posters: the Case of Electronic Engineering Students in a Writing Course
Idioma originalEspañol
PublicaciónPensamiento Educativo
Volumen60
N.º3
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2023

Palabras clave

  • academic writing
  • electronic engineering
  • multimodality
  • poster
  • social representations

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