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    Análisis de la Investigación Cualitativa en el área de Biblioteconomía y Documentación (1981-2010)/Qualitative Research Analysis in the area of Library and Information Science: (1981-2010)

    de Diago, Beatriz
    Revista General de Información y Documentación, 2013, pp.43-64 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Análisis de la Investigación Cualitativa en el área de Biblioteconomía y Documentación (1981-2010)/Qualitative Research Analysis in the area of Library and Information Science: (1981-2010)
    Author: de Diago, Beatriz
    Subject: Spain ; Analysis ; Qualitative Research ; Library Science ; Data Collection
    Description: The results of a study of production of Qualitative Research in the area of Library and Information Science are presented. It analyses the sources of publications that concentrate more contributions, the years and the language of this contributions and the geographical and institutional affiliation of the authors of the research articles retrieved in the databases Lisa (Library and Information Science Abstracts) and Lista (Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts), with special emphasis on the particular analysis of the Spanish case. It includes a proposal for systematization of qualitative data collection techniques more recurrent in the literature: conversational techniques, documentation techniques and observational techniques. [PUBLICATION ]
    Is part of: Revista General de Información y Documentación, 2013, pp.43-64
    Identifier: 1132-1873 (ISSN); 1988-2858 (E-ISSN)

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    MEXICANOS EN EL FRENTE NACIONAL DURANTE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA/MEXICANS NATIONAL FRONT DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR

    Urquijo, Jesús
    Naveg@mérica, 2015, Issue 15, pp.1-28 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: MEXICANOS EN EL FRENTE NACIONAL DURANTE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA/MEXICANS NATIONAL FRONT DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR
    Author: Urquijo, Jesús
    Subject: Spain ; Mexico ; Civil War ; Combatants ; Historical Analysis ; Security Services ; Spanish ; War
    Description: For most researchers this share has gone unnoticed by focusing on the presence of Mexican fighters enrolled in the Republican ranks. To argue this work we have obtained relevant information in several files Mexico, Spain and Portugal and profuse research literature. Although there were few who served...
    Is part of: Naveg@mérica, 2015, Issue 15, pp.1-28
    Identifier: 1989211X (E-ISSN)

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    A Comparative Study of Electric Load Curve Changes in an Urban Low-Voltage Substation in Spain during the Economic Crisis (2008-2013)

    Lara-Santillán, Pedro, Mendoza-Villena, Montserrat, Fernández-Jiménez, L, Mañana-Canteli, Mario
    The Scientific World Journal, 2014, Vol.2014 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    El corrido: Expresión popular y tradicional de la balada hispánica

    González, Aurelio
    Olivar, Jun 2011, Vol.12(15) [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: El corrido: Expresión popular y tradicional de la balada hispánica
    Author: González, Aurelio
    Subject: Mexico ; Spain ; Poetic Form ; 19th Century ; Canciones ; Romancero ; Cultura Mexicana ; Romancero ; Tradition ; Recepción ; Siglo XIX ; Reception ; Tradición ; Spanish Culture ; Mexican Culture ; Influencias Literarias ; Literary Influences ; Forma Poética ; Literatura Popular ; Songs ; Cultura Española ; Popular Literature ; Romance Languages ; Spanish Ballad ; Corrido ; Traditional Style ; Popular Texts
    Description: The article undertakes a revision of the presence of Spanish ballad in Mexico, and its transformation during the 19th century into the ballad form known as corrido: a study on the "romance" and corrido language in Mexico, on their relationship with the social context in order to develop different themes, and on the resulting creation of literary expressions that may be defined as popular, traditional, and vulgar or 'blind' songs, according to Menéndez Pidal's concepts, which nowadays are still valid to explain the different trends and features of these literary forms
    Is part of: Olivar, Jun 2011, Vol.12(15)
    Identifier: 15151115 (ISSN); 18524478 (E-ISSN)

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    Ink and celluloid: A study of the Lazarillo de Tormes and its filmic adaptations

    Tapia, Carlos
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    Title: Ink and celluloid: A study of the Lazarillo de Tormes and its filmic adaptations
    Author: Tapia, Carlos
    Contributor: Mujica, Barbara L. (advisor)
    Publisher: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing
    Date: 2007
    Subject: Romance Literature ; Film Studies ; Romance Literature ; Film Studies ; Communication and the Arts ; Language, Literature and Linguistics ; Fernan Gomez, Fernando ; Fernandez Ardavin, Cesar ; Filmic Adaptations ; Garcia Sanchez, Jose Luis ; Lazarillo de Tormes ; Lazaro de Tormes ; Spain ; Spanish Film
    Description: On a superficial level, the Lazarillo de Tormes (1554) appears to be a short book on the adventures of a young boy in sixteenth-century Spain. Despite its brevity, the Lazarillo has managed to produce an extensive corpus of scholarship. Most of the scholarly treatises deal with the various literary aspects of the work. Topics range from the question of whether the Lazarillo can be considered the first picaresque novel, to attempts at identifying the anonymous author, to the use of irony and other narrative devices that make the book a literary classic. The richness of literature provided an impetus for people to find ways of recreating the memorable characters and events in other venues of artistic expression. Just as theatrical productions became platforms for representation of literary works, film allowed for mass audiences to experience visually the literary beauty. The Lazarillo was brought to the screen three times in the twentieth century. The first film, entitled El Lazarillo de Tormes, was directed by Florián Rey in 1925. Interestingly, the film traces the adventures of a boy named Lazarillo in the Spain of the 1920s. Sadly, no copies of this film exist. In 1959, César Fernández Ardavín directed the second film also entitled El Lazarillo de Tormes. The film explores Lazarillo's childhood experiences with four masters. The last film adaptation was Lázaro de Tormes (2000), a project begun by Fernando Fernán Gómez and completed by José Luis García Sánchez. This film deals with the life of an adult Lázaro, who is called to answer allegations regarding his past and present behavior. This thesis is the first study to examine the novel in conjunction with the two existent films. Recognizing the inherent relationship between literature and film, as well as the uniqueness of each medium, this thesis explores the works through the following themes: "authority," "realism or verisimilitude and the portrayal of the reality of poverty," and "religion." The aforementioned themes form the main chapters of the dissertation. Through its examination of these topics, this study seeks to contribute to the expansive discourse on the Lazarillo.
    Is part of: ProQuest Dissertations and Theses
    Identifier: 978-0-549-93973-3 (ISBN)