Facilitating the participation of women and men, ICTs can ensure a profound change in the construction of the past and present knowledge of human existence. However, for this, it is necessary a revolution of the Human and Social Sciences that will modify an androcentric paradigm that considers people as a study object and underestimates their personal contributions. The History of Communication makes contributions to this change because it proposes to articulate the personal networking communication and life plans of individual people with the collective history.
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- Cooperative Plural Humanism
- History of Communication
- Scientific revolution
- Well Positioned and Networking Active