Daniel Martínez Ávila

Contacto

Correo: dmartinezavila@gmail.com

Dr. Daniel Martínez-Ávila is a professor at the Department of Information Science, São Paulo State University (UNESP), Marília, Brazil. He received his Ph.D. from Charles III University of Madrid (Spain) in 2012 under the supervision of Rosa San Segundo and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Emeritus Professor Hope Olson. After completing his Ph.D., he was hired as Researcher and Adjunct Instructor at the School of Information Studies at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2013. During his time in the United States, he worked with Professor Richard P. Smiraglia and taught courses on knowledge organization and information literacy. In 2014, he was hired as a tenured professor by the Graduate School of Information Science at São Paulo State University, Brazil. His main research interests include knowledge organization, critical theory, and research methods.

 

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Líneas de Investigación

  •  Ciencias sociales aplicadas
  • Ciencias de la información
  • Biblioteconomía

Publicaciones

  • Campbell, D. Grant, José Augusto Chaves Guimarães, Fabio Assis Pinho,
    Daniel Martínez-Ávila and Francisco Arrais Nascimento. 2017. “The
    Terminological Polyhedron in LGBTQ Terminology: self-naming as a power
    to empower in Knowledge Organization” Knowledge Organization 44, no.8:
    586-591
  • Guimarães, José Augusto Chaves, Fabio Assis Pinho, Daniel
    Martínez-Ávila, D. Grant Campbell and Francisco Arrais Nascimento.
    2017. “Knowledge Organization and the Power to Name: LGBTQ Terminology
    and the Polyhedron of Empowerment” NASKO 6(1): 67-73
    http://journals.lib.washington.edu/index.php/nasko/article/view/15147

  • Fox, Melodie J., Daniel Martínez-Ávila and Suellen Oliveira Milani.
    2017. “A Interseccionalidade e o Respeito às Pessoas na Organização do
    Conhecimento”. In Informação, conhecimento e modelos, eds., Marcos
    Antonio Alves, Maria Claudia Cabrini Grácio and Daniel Martínez-Ávila.
    Marília: Oficina Universitária, 239-253.
     

 

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