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Title: Social economy in the international scenery: Politic(s), culture(s) and power(s)/pressure(s) manipulation
Authors: Campina, Ana
Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
Keywords: Human rights
Social
Policies
Oppositions
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Campina, A., & Silva, M. M. M. (2019). Social economy in the international scenery: Politic(s), culture(s) and power(s)/pressure(s) manipulation. New Trends and Issues Proceedings on Humanities and Social Sciences, 6(3), 095-101. doi: 10.18844/prosoc.v6i3.4340. Disponível no Repositório UPT, http://hdl.handle.net/11328/2911
Abstract: We live a dangerous world ‘scenery’ due to ideas and ideologies manipulation/proliferation, the inherent social perceptions and the consequently tampered behaviours engaged in violence. If the Humanity is a complex context, States, Governments, politic, politics, societies, cultures, religions, ideological groups (social, ethnic, legal, illegal, declared and unknown), the Media all have a powerful action being important ‘actors’ which actions should be careful and critically studied. The manipulation is a riskily reality being disproportionate developed with the worst consequences. Discourses are the easiest instrument to analyse, with insidious messages, considered ‘normal’ but being a simple manipulated information generating tampered and seriously dangerous violent actions is the question of the Religions and the Terrorism. It is urgent to invest in the equality and ‘construct’ the respect for all religions, cultures, especially promote the education for the different thinking, way of living and face the realities.
Description: Selected Paper of 8th World Conference on Business, Economics and Management (BEM-2019) 26–28 April 2019, Grand Park Lara Hotel Convention Center, Antalya, Turkey
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11328/2911
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