He holds a PhD in Philosophy and Arts (History) from the University of Deusto. He also holds a Diploma in University Teaching and a BA in Geography and History, both from the University of Deusto.
JJosé Antonio Marín Paredes is Senior Lecturer at the University of Deusto. He holds a PhD in Philosophy and Arts (History) from the University of Deusto. He also holds a Diploma in University Teaching and a BA in Geography and History, both from the University of Deusto. José Antonio Marín Paredes was Secretary of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the Donostia campus from 1994 to 2000. He was also Director of the postgraduate programme in Environmental Resources Management from 2000 to 2001. He was Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Arts from 2002 to 2003. He was also Director of the Department of Culture Sciences and Director of the PhD programmes in the Faculty of Arts of the University of Deusto, from 2003 until 2009. From 2009 until 2012 he was Vice-Dean of Academic Organization and Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences at the Donostia campus. José Antonio Marín Paredes is currently coordinator of the Information and He lectures on the BA in Communication where he teaches Social and Cultural Anthropology, History of Communication, Challenges and dilemmas of society through the media II and Use and Social Impact of ICTs.. Between 2007 and 2013 he was a member of the Innova research team (R2010), recognized by the Basque Government with category A. He takes part in the analysis of the development of competence-based learning and training for the area of social and human sciences in higher education. He also analyses the application of ICT to Learning and Knowledge Technologies. His research has focused especially on the analysis of society in the Basque Country during medieval and modern times, in order to study the formation and structuring of kinship ties as generators of patterns of power in community-based societies, and their transition to corporate- and territory-based forms of power. He has also analyzed the societal bonds that determine identities, forms of memory and the different processes for their cultural transmission and representation. He particularly focuses on the methodology and techniques that relate language, discourse, and action in the historical past and its effects on the contemporary world. He has published several articles on these topics and on their application to the Basque case. He has taken part in seminars and science meetings, and he has also given lectures at conferences. He has also taken part in research funded by local and provincial entities.
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