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Title: Inmigrantes y museos de ciencias en tiempo de crisis. Estudio preliminar en dos museos de Barcelona
Author: Castellanos Pineda, Patricia
Sprünker Cardo, Janine
Munilla Cabrillana, Glòria  
Keywords: migrants
science museums as mass media
social inclusion
museums and vulnerable public
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: Revista Latina de Comunicación Social
Citation: Castellanos Pineda, Patricia, Sprünker Cardó, J. & Munilla Cabrillana, G. (2016). "Inmigrantes y museos de ciencias en tiempo de crisis. Estudio preliminar en dos museos de Barcelona". Revista Latina de Comunicación Social, 71, pp. 570-591. ISSN 1138-5820. doi: 10.4185/RLCS-2016-1110
Abstract: Access to knowledge generates inequalities. The gap between those who are scientifically literate and those who are not can become a source of exclusion. In Spain, the relationship between science museums and vulnerable communities, in this case the immigrant population has been little studied, and we are therefore seeking to build on research developed in other countries. The study used surveys to gain an understanding of interviewees' socio-demographic profile, how immigrants relate to museums and the relationship between the museum and identity in two museums in Barcelona. Visitors consulted stated that they felt comfortable in the museum and found the display formats in the museum to be similar to those in their own countries. It must be borne in mind that this is a preliminary study.
Language: Spanish
ISSN: 1138-5820MIAR
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