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  1. 1. What is Social Communication? ... Sant iago, Dominican Republic - The Social Communicat ion is an int erdisciplinary f ield of st udy t hat invest igat es t he inf ormat ion and expression, t he mass media and cult ural indust ries. Their t heoret ical concept s derived primarily f rom sociology, social psychology and semiology or semiot ics. I n t he f ield of pract ice t hese skills are used in j ournalism, public opinion, advert ising, market ing and public
  2. 2. • Communicat ion plays a ver y impor t ant role in t he development of t he Company in General, since it has t o do wit h how individuals int er act and how t hey inf luence one upon t he ot her . Communicat ion is t he "basic carr ier of t he social pr ocess". The wor d communicat ion comes f rom t he Lat in language, becomes t he adj ect ive "Comunis" That means Common Lat in wor d der ived words also communal, communit y, communion, among ot her s. The Lat in verb "communicat e" - which can be under st ood as sharing or having communicat ions wit h ot hers - have been derived st at ement ot her wor ds, communicat ing and especially
  3. 3. It is the action and effect of communicating something or communicate. • The communicat ion can be def ined as a process by which an individual (sender) conveys t o anot her (receiver) cert ain inf ormat ion, t hrough word or ot her means (channel) wit h a purpose. This communicat ion involves reciprocit y, in t his sense, it is necessary t o observe t he communicat ion process. • The import ance is t hat t he medium makes possible t he t ransmission or t ransport at ion of a communicat ion or message. I n ot her words, no means of communicat ion would be possible t o send and receive messages. The message should be clear and underst ood by bot h communicat ing ot herwise not est ablish an "ef f ect ive communicat ion". I t has been given dif f erent names t o t he way mass communicat ion, which has generat ed a discussion about t he most appropriat e name. The most common
  4. 4. Fact ors of t he communicat ion process.  For communicat ion t o be ef f ect ive it is necessary t hat all t he f act ors involved in t he communicat ive act work perf ect ly. These are t he necessary f act ors in t he communicat ion process: Explore t he diagram. The Social Media. One of t he most represent at ive of human t echnological evolut ion is set in t he media, t hey have managed t o evolve over t ime. I n t his way you can see t he progress in t hese media. The social media are classif ied as:
  5. 5. Print Media:  They are those whose content is represented by writing. Among them are the press, magazines, books, etc.. Sound Media:  They are those that can be perceived through the ear. These include radio and telephone. Visual Media:  They are those whose information is eminently iconic, ie make use of the image to build the message. Advertising is the area of ​​ communication that makes greater use of this type of media, especially through fences. Audiovisual:  They are those whose messages are perceived simultaneously with the sight and hearing, as television and film. Media multi-media:  Are those media in which there is a fusion of all the elements of the above means, that is, elements of sound, visual, written and visual, is configured with the presence of the Internet and the information superhighway.
  6. 6. These media have a powerful influence in society are called mass media. The most important are, no doubt, the press, radio and television. The press. Volt aire said t hat j ournalism or writ t en means exist ed in China since t ime immemorial. However, it s exist ence is out lined clearly in t he Roman Empire, t he comment s and minut es drawn up in which not only appeared Edict s but societ y news, event s and rumors f rom t he cit y. I n t he Renaissance appear not ices, gazet t es, leaves and relat ionships t hat prolif erat ed on t he occasion of t he commercial movement in cit ies and port s. I n 1493 circulat ed in Europe several edit ions of a sheet ent it led Discovery of t he New World by Columbus. I n all t hat t ime, were occasional publicat ions, as published in Mexico in 1514 in connect ion wit h t he eart hquake in Guat emala Cit y. I n America t he f irst newspaper published in t he
  7. 7. The r adio. Following t he discoveries of physicist s Maxwell and Her t z and Mar coni' s invent ions, br oadcast ing began t o develop at t he beginning of t he cent ur y, and came t o be a univer sal syst em of communicat ing news, wir elessly. At f ir st serves t o navigat ion and t he economy, and likewise, played a decisive r ole in t he
  8. 8. TV Television development ar ises f r om t he need f or a device t hat is also suit able f or scanning images. I t was in 1884 t hrough t he German invent or Paul Got t lieb Nipkow who creat ed a device called t he Nipkow disk. Was a f lat , circular disk t hat was pierced by a series of small holes ar r anged in a spir al st art ing f rom t he cent er . By rot at ing t he disc in f ront
  9. 9. The Social Media in Venezuela. • The emergence of media in t he count ry is relat ively recent . I n colonial t imes, t he media wer e used t o communicat e coaching calls (messaging on f oot or hor seback). The "moder n" communicat ion in Venezuela st art s May 29, 1856 wit h t he int roduct ion of t he elect ric t elegr aph, and whose f ir st line was developed bet ween Caracas and La Guair a. However, t he f irst social media vent ures in Venezuela is t he pr ess, wit h t he appear ance of t he Gacet a de Car acas, on Oct ober 24, 1808. Af t er April 19, 1810, when t hey hear d
  10. 10. • The J une 27, 1818 Simon Bolivar publishes El Correo del Orinoco, which appeared in Angost ura (now Ciudad Bolívar), whose purpose was t o def end and promot e t he cause of independence. Throughout t he ninet eent h cent ury many newspapers appeared, most of t hem periodicals considered "polit ical". From t he diaries t hat current ly exist in t he count ry, which are root ed in past cent uries are Religion, spokesman f or t he Cat holic Church, and f ounded in 1890. He is The Universal, f ounded in 1909.
  11. 11. The radio or radio media. • Surge in Venezuela in 1926, wit h t he appearance of t he f irst radio st at ion in Caracas, which was called Ayre, f ounded and direct ed by Colonel Art uro Sant ana. I t was closed by t he government due 1928 polit ical event s f eat uring st udent s of t he Cent ral Universit y of Venezuela against t he dict at or J uan Vicent e Gómez. Lat er he f ounded t he Broadcast ing Caracas, whose f irst t ransmission occurred remot e f rom Henry Clay Square on December 9, 1930, and was f ounded by t he American St ore. Af t er t he deat h of Gomez, t here are new st at ions across t he count ry. I n 1940 he
  12. 12. The television or television. Appears in Venezuela wit h t he t ransmission of November 22, 1952, and which originat ed in t he plant of t he Nat ional Television and Channel 5, owned by t he Venezuelan st at e. Lat er came t he privat e or commercial broadcast ers: Radio Caracas Televisión (Channel 2) and Televisa (Channel 4, t oday Venevision). Similarly, t he Corporacion Venezolana de Television
  13. 13. The media and the law. Wit h t he enact ment of t he Law on Social Responsibilit y in Radio and Television, published in Of f icial Gazet t e No. 38,081 of December 7, 2004, in t he count ry st art s a new st age in t erms of regulat ion of communicat ion spaces. The innovat ion of t his law is set t o est ablish social responsibilit y wit h ent it ies and individuals who provide t his service t o t he count ry, as well as t he adequacy of
  14. 14. Among the highlights of this Act include:  • Classif icat ion of public and privat e services in t he area of ​​communicat ions, as set f ort h in Art icle 1 of t he Law on Social Responsibilit y in Radio and Television.        • The clarif icat ion regarding t he t ype of programs t o be t ransmit t ed, ie, whet her t hey are of cult ural and educat ional, inf ormat ional, opinion, recreat ional or sport s, or mixed.  The qualif ying element s present in t he programs, including: t he t ype of language used, t he element s of healt h, sex, and violence.  The regulat ion regarding t he t ype of messages t hat are disseminat ed, wit h special ref erence t o t he t imes in which you can advert ise t hese post s: Schedule adult , any user, supervised, among ot hers.  The demarcat ion of t he spaces t hat can be used by t he st at e f or f ree, and t hat t he media are required
  15. 15. • The relevance of social media is simply essent ial. Human societ y would not have reached it s current level of complexit y and development if he had not count ed on t he powerf ul t ools t hat knit and t ransport media social discourse, t hrough which t he world has gone f rom being a sum of human groups separat ed by geography and cult ure t o a net work of nat ional realit ies of each count ry, which coincide and dif f er by t he global reach of t he mass media.
  17. 17. Gimenez Yorelys C.I :21.297.958 N.EXP:HCO.123.00.441 Ramirez Bet hania C.I :23.833.149 N.EXP:HPS:131.00.320 PUBLI CADO POR: Slideshare