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Aunque no es el único, el sociólogo Charles Wrigth Mills representa una fuente de inspiración para crear esta comunidad.
Para todo aquel o aquella que quiera trabajar en cualquier campo de las ciencias sociales tanto teórica como profesionalmente, su idea de imaginación sociológica representa una fuente de inspiración. Sin imaginación no se va a ninguna parte. La trabajadora social la necesita para hacerse una representación de la persona que tiene delante, intuir sus necesidades, encontrar los motivos que la animan a buscar apoyo, etc.
En lugar de usar el concepto "imaginación sociológica" acuñado por Wright Mills, creo que "imaginación conectiva" nos abre la puerta a entender que lo imaginado puede ser creado y compartido en el marco de una comunidad virtual.
Charles Wright Mills (1916-1962)
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The well-known media channels on television and internet provide the population with the daily world news.
You assume that this particular news is correct, but is it always?
The answer is no.
Media agencies choose consciously what they do and do not show through their channels.
Therefore, the population gets a disorted picture of reality.
Of course it is not so black on white.
But there are certainly examples which support this theory.
Perhaps the facts described in the following pictures will make you think?
These facts are related to top performing fake news stories on Facebook in 2016.
The relevant facebook posts generated millions of likes, comments and shares worldwide!
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When I picture Seville, I see beautiful architecture, a lot of tourists, a lot of wealth and extremely clean streets. The picture above is the exact opposite of what I just described, but this neighbourhood is part of the city we all picture as amazing and beautiful. The poverty is extreme, and the dirt is everywhere on the streets. People are having barbecues outside of their houses with a lot of stains on their clothes. De paint is coming of the walls and laundry is hanging to dry outside, while that is forbidden in the city centre of Seville. I was shocked by the big contrast this city has, and it’s likely that this neighbourhood isn’t the only one that’s way different than what everyone pictures of Seville to be. I understand that a lot has changed since the UPO housing centre, but for me it’s really disturbing that the children that live in that specific neighbourhood, may never have the opportunities we have. They will also never be treated the same way we are, because they didn’t get the attention and help they needed.
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In this photo we can see the activist Lagarder in front of the central office of the PP (a political party in Spain). Meanwhile he has a banner where we can read “PP mafia “and “50.000 homeless today didn’t vote”. In both ways he has two women who support the PP. Anyway, I won’t analyse the content of the protest or what we can do for help him in the protest. I will focus the observation in the fact that the women are flaming and teasing Lagarder. In the photo we see that still the three persons are in the same place, appear that are in different worlds. Two worlds that not only don’t listen each other, appear that destroy each other.

Now are appearing different positions to view different things of the society and models of life, examples like the vegetarianism, ecologism, feminism, animalism etc. The people say that we are in time of the comunication and information. But i think that its a bit false. We have more ways for do the comunication but we dont do a real communication. I think that the people dont try to approach views, the people try to “strangle” the others. The people try to control all the ways of communication and introduce their think. Because the objective it’s that we only can see in these think. So finally it isn’t a dialogue, its a fight for the control of the ways of communication.
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This photo is a modification of the original photo with the popular name “napalm girl”. This modification was made by Erna Solberg, 21st Prime Minister of Norway. Solberg made the modification in protest for the censure of Facebook when one writer post this photo and Facebook censored his count for show inappropriate photo. Later the writer wrote a letter and post it in Facebook too explain the situation and a protest for that fact. Facebook deleted that comment too. So finally started a campaing and the people started to post an historic photos in Facebook but censored like the photo that appear below, posted for Erna Solberg.

Why Facebook and others pages and “apps” want to censored that kind of things? I won’t enter to talk bout that its correct or not, I only observe that. Maybe its because they need that we feel good when we enter in that places. They try to be free of “bad” content. However it’s curiously that in that places its allow the violent fact but not the violent actions. Appear that want to eliminate that we see the violence between people. They allow to see, accidents, it’s like they want to eliminate the wickedness of the society. It’s so simple for say “see that it isn’t good”? Maybe it is, but I think that have other intention, the intention for refuse the existence of that. Like in 1984 Orwell wrote that there are an organisation who want to eliminate the history, appear that they want to eliminate the parts of the reality of the society, all for that we feel good.
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The image is a photo of the crowd that is seeing the thrash metal band Anthrax during their performance at the Download Festival in 2012 in Leicestershire.
We can see how some people clear the ground to perform a "mosh pit", a type of dance that usually happens in concerts of this genre through which stress and tension is released through the rhythm of music.
Leah Sharman and Genevieve Dingle are two Australian researchers who have described that both punk and heavy metal or other styles derived from what they call "extreme music", such as hardcore, thrash, death metal or screamo, "produce an increase in positive emotions" and offer "a healthy way to process anger" for those who enjoy them.
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