14 December 2017 - 17: 09
Six students of the Associated Center of the UNED in Dénia presented their final works of Master and Degree in the IV Student Seminar, which for the first time could also be followed from the platform online.
The presentation of the Master and Degree works began with the presentation of Elisa Guillem de la Cruz, a student of the Degree in Art History, who addressed the subject From Voltaire to CBGB. A vision of Punk as heir of Dada. Next, Marta Macià Tito, a student of the Degree in Law, took the floor and presented her work on The retribution "to the party" in the collective of the heirs.
The session continued with an exhibition on School tasks of the Spanish language of 1º and 2º of primary school as a means for intervention in strategies for generating inferences, by David Pérez Bernabeu, student of the Degree in Psychology. For his part, Salvador Bordes, a student of the Degree in Law, addressed a topic related to The right to privacy and data protection of refugees. Also of the Degree of Law, Miguel Ángel Martínez he exposed his Juridrudential study of the rights of the partner in the capital companies: the right of preferential subscription.
And finally, Roseli Rodrigues, a student of the Master's Degree in Information and Communication Technologies in Language Teaching and Treatment, presented her work on The lexicalization / categorization of colors: fashion trends in the leather goods sector.
Support from the authorities
In the presentation of the seminar were present Raquel Martí, director of the Associated Center of the UNED of Dénia, Mª Ángeles Menéndez, academic coordinator and the mayor of Dénia, Vicent Grimalt.
All of them agreed to congratulate the students for the work done up to that time, especially for those people who have to reconcile studies with work or other obligations. For its part, the director of the center, Raquel Martí, recalled that this initiative was awarded in 2016 by the Social Council of the UNED to good practices implemented by an UNED center.
In addition, he addressed the speakers stating that knowledge should be available to everyone and after the effort made to finish the degrees or masters, it is interesting to publicize these works to the public, to society, because the research carried out They are very useful for everyday life.