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Integrar La Realidad A La Imagen Percibida De España En La Enseñanza Del Español. El Caso De Francia


  • Matilde Alonso Pérez

    () (UL2 - Université Lumière - Lyon 2)

  • Elies Furio Blasco

    (Université Jean Moulin - Lyon III)


El objetivo de esta comunicación es: 1) estudiar la imagen de España percibida por el estudiante compuesta de estereotipos tenaces de cultura popular y ocio, 2) analizar la asimetría entre la imagen percibida y la realidad española cuyos indicadores son los propios de un país desarrollado con una economía internacionalizada, 3) estudiar de dónde proviene la discrepancia radical entre percepción y realidad 4) sugerir posibles actuaciones para reducir la distancia.

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  • Matilde Alonso Pérez & Elies Furio Blasco, 2010. "Integrar La Realidad A La Imagen Percibida De España En La Enseñanza Del Español. El Caso De Francia," Post-Print halshs-00542523, HAL.
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