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With a qualitative approach, theoretical and empirical, the investigation sought to understand how the subjects read and interpret the different types of images that appear in their daily experiences. As a methodological path, action-research was chosen, as it is considered opportune for the research in question, in which various activities were promoted that exercised the perception and knowledge about the imagery representations analyzed. In order to achieve these goals, image reading was proposed as the theme, being delimited by the construction of citizenship based on image literacy.
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