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Current overview of the borderline diagnosis. Journal of Clin Psychiatry, Memphis, v. About the follow-up and use of the things learned during the seminar, 17 out 18 though they were able to implement and take advantage of them in their activities and particular contexts and projects. As for the insights, many of them pointed out the need of making real and use in real scenarios the lessons and outcomes provided during the seminar.
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A guide to story crafting approaches and story planning in communities, including narrative techniques and exercises. Framing, re-framing, planning dissemination communication A guide to story dissemination communication , measuring effects actions taken, results of actions , acquisition of feedback, maintaining and adjusting the story. His routes are flexible as it is possible to adapt them according to the desires of the visitors.
Two storytellers in the full sense of the concept as they develop theatrical tourist routes based on myths, tales, legends, historical facts, etc. They characterize themselves with medieval customs and play the role of minstrels, using storytelling techniques, as well as theatre methods and music to entertain visitors. Two SME owners have a similar kind of business, they both run enterprises dedicated to develop events in several areas: tourism, entertainment, education and culture. In the Case of Francisco, they are specialized in Cultural tourism.
For one of the businesses, the main goal of the business is to offer clients specific products which gather leisure, live, art, training, fun, communication and a right marketing. Both of them agree in the idea that this area needs to be promoted and developed more actively because, although the natural landscape is highly-valued, there is not complementary offer, public support, initiatives, etc.
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Professionals from University Both academics are part of the Network Universities Readers and professors of the University of Extremadura in the field of literature and social sciences. Being a reference in his area, one of them has dedicated a great effort in researching and gathering myths and legends on water around the world.
The main reason for its high attractiveness is the historical centre, which counts on a significant variety of monuments linked to the famous historical characters and mythic conquerors of America. The participants received information on the identified community and topic for the work in the project, i. As well as the techniques used and their goals: storytelling techniques for a number of areas such as education, conflicts resolution, decision making, business, etc.
However the exercise sparked his interest and the participant decided to search for other active entrepreneurs in his area to build collaboration and decide which stories or story are best placed to create a local tourism experience. He intends to recreate the smuggling by giving a comic approach to the route. Orellana was born in Trujillo and was a famous explorer and conqueror who completed the first known navigation of the entire length of the Amazon River, which initially was named "Rio de Orellana.
This will be an unusual and genuine route for the city. The city council hase already identified several tourism companies in Trujillo with a really active profile which are to be willing to be part of the story and the project. Related to the approach described, the storytellers Francisco and Vicente have proved that we can even lie when we tell the stories and myths to the visitors. If the story or myth used is not enough to build an entire project or tourist experience, we can use a combination of them and make like a puzzle to build a complete experience.
We have two alternatives for our projects and also for linking stories and places on water: If the place where we are developing our project has a history and tradition and, consequently, many stories, myths and legends, we can work with them. If the place has a highly-valued landscape and good water resources, but it has not have a relevant tradition in myths, oral tales and so on, we can choose a myth from other place and locate it in our area, as well as adapt, innovate or invent other stories.
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