International Journal of Social Policy & Education

ISSN 2689-4998 (print), 2689-5013 (online)

DOI: 10.61494/ijspe

The contents and protagonist of the Spanish History: its construction from the scope of families of feelings.

Nicolás Martínez-Valcárcel, Martha Ortega-Roldán, Graciela María Carbone &Paulina Latapí Escalante (México)


The families of feelings I praise others, I condemn others, I am self-conscious and I feel what others suffer, introduce a different view about the contents and protagonists of History of Spain, the study compiles these differences from both quantitative and qualitative evaluations. The protagonists they refer are: government, people, gender, family and impersonal whereas the contents are: change, conflict, power, freedom, perspectives towards history and others. The results present different evaluations from the feelings (pride, admiration, gratitude, indignation, shame, guilt, indifference-interest, identity and commitment). These feelings influence in the innovative view of the complementarity relationship between measurement-experience and the non-chronological vision of the information. This perspective visualizes a transforming view of learning and research in History, as is the one proposed by the threshold concept.