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The aim of this project is to study in depth in the study of the Spanish investigation in psychology and to offer information about the Spanish scientific production in this discipline, during the period 1999 till 2008 at national and international level.
Comparative analysis of food advertisement with health arguments and of its perception by the consumers of Spain and Portugal. Rhetorical, semiotic and attitudinal study.
The main objective of the project is to reconstruct polio outbreaks in the Iberian Peninsula throughout the twentieth century and their determining factors and consequences, from their appearance as emerging illness at the beginning of the century to the emergence of communities and self-help groups in the last decades.
The aim of this research project is to focus on the image of medicine and health presented in Spanish daily newspapers (El Imparcial and Las Provincias) during the first third of the twentieth century.
The purpose of this project is to reconstruct the history of the struggle against poliomyelitis, one of the main causes of disability in the last century, in Madrid, Valencia and Castilla-La Mancha during the twentieth century.
This project examines the importance of hunger, malnutrition and deterioration of health in this context, and the efforts of states and international organizations.
This project aims to examine the rhetorical devices or strategies used to construct a vision of human health, that is, the beliefs, attitudes, and values of a cultural and ideological nature, in Spanish journalistic discourse.
Collaborative agreement between the Valencian Medical Institute and the Institute for the History of Medicine and Science, through the Foundation of the University of Valencia.
he project aims to analyse four fundamental aspects of the participation of Spain in the health international movement.
 
 
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