Narrativas digitales como método de investigación participativa basada en las artes. Reflexiones desde los estudios de migración

Autores/as

  • Lic. Arturo Montoya Hernández Autor/a

Palabras clave:

Narrativas digitales, investigación basada en las artes, igración, justicia mediática

Resumen

Los talleres de narrativas digitales (digital storytelling) como práctica colaborativa basada en las artes se enfocan en la producción de narrativas audiovisuales con fines educativos, artísticos, terapéuticos y de investigación. Desde la dinámica de los talleres, la cual procura construir una comunidad de prácticas en la que se intercambian saberes, competencias mediáticas e historias, la experiencia de los participantes es elaborada en una narrativa audiovisual personal o colectiva. De esta manera, además de plantear una técnica de investigación participativa, centrada en un marco de justicia social y mediática que puede tener efectos positivos entre los colaboradores, los talleres producen objetos audiovisuales que resultan importantes para los diversos intereses de los participantes y los investigadores. El presente artículo revisa los aspectos teóricos y metodológicos de esta práctica, y reflexiona sobre los límites y posibilidades de su utilización en la investigación.

Biografía del autor/a

  • Lic. Arturo Montoya Hernández

    Investigador asociado al Centro de Estudios Genealógicos para la Investigación de la Cultura en México y América Latina A.C. (Cege). Es Maestro en Estudios Culturales por el Colegio de la Frontera Norte (El Colef) y Licenciado en Filosofía por la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Unam). Entre sus temas de investigación se encuentran la migración de retorno, la estética-política filosófica y
    las políticas culturales de las migraciones.

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2019-06-01

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Montoya Hernández, A. (2019). Narrativas digitales como método de investigación participativa basada en las artes. Reflexiones desde los estudios de migración. Perfiles De La Cultura Cubana, 25, 165-183. https://perfiles.cult.cu/index.php/perfiles/article/view/107

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