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Youth[ edit ] Escarpit spent his childhood and adolescence in Gironde. At the age of eighteen , he chose to study English, more by necessity and interest as he wanted to continue his studies. He finished his associate, graduate, and postgraduate studies ending with a " Doctor of Literature " degree. He worked as a high-school teacher in Arcachon Gironde from to As a specialist in English literature , he is the author of some fifty books between fiction and sociological essays and novels.
Journalist[ edit ] Escarpit became known for his satirical short stories in Le Monde and as a literary critic for many magazines, columnist of Le Matin in , then Sud-Ouest. Later he was assistant professor of English and professor of comparative literature at the Faculty of Arts of Bordeaux , and founder of the Sociology Center of Literature which opened in later Institute of Literature and Art of Mass Techniques.
This is a strictly scientific approach. The book, translated into 20 languages, analyzes the phenomenon of the mass-market paperback book and the consequences of the arrival in the world of inexpensive books. He found that the book-problem must be studied as a problem of communication through writing.
So, immersed in literature of " communicology ", he became one of the first scholars to introduce and promote in France the science of communication. This center would be recognized as the engine of the "School of Bordeaux," a leader in this discipline. In , he was commissioned to create the "School of Bordeaux", which focused on social and socio-cultural entertainment, being the director of it from to In , in co-operation with other writers, researchers, and academics, including Jean Meyriat and Roland Barthes, he created a pressure group whose aim is to obtain academic recognition for Information and Communication Sciences.
Escarpit became president of the University of Bordeau, and Professor of Information Sciences and Communication between and His research and his theory of information science and communication[ edit ] In , he was a pioneer, at least in France, coming out with the "General Theory of Information Sciences and Communication". This study, which presents an overview of information science and communication for today remains an essential book for anyone interested in this field of science.
It affirms the need to account for both phenomena of the information, so the documentation in general and those relating to communication.
As he himself says: "For me, the information is the content of the communication, and the communication is the vehicle of information". Comparing the communist parties to useful churches to hear a different voice, but victims of their bureaucratic functioning and device preservation strategies, he quoted Ramiz Alia , successor of Enver Hoxha at the head of the Albanian Labor Party in September which reaffirmed that " The debate and confrontation of ideas, solutions, alternatives, practices are quite normal".
He has published several novels, including the Young Man and Night Jeune Homme et la nuit , and A beautiful day to die Un si beau jour pour mourir It is likely that if some accident deprives me of a leg, I have no other resource in order not to lose balance, as I get one artificial [God] and rely on it as if it were true. This orthopedic conception of divinity is not without strength and I give him the same esteem as the anesthetic conception that believe in you [God] assistance to die.
There is no evidence that you [God] will not be a small pink elephant born out of my mouth metaphysical woods. Is a literary work that has an ability to treason.
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