REV - Communication & Society - Volumen 32, N. 1 (2019) : [22]

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 22
Issue DateTitleTypeAuthor(s)
2019Bienvenido León y Michael Bourk (Eds.) Communicating science and technology through online video: researching a new media phenomenon. Published by Routledge, New York (2018), 140 pp.ArticuloBreiner, J.G. (James Gerard)
2019The use of hypertextuality, multimedia, interactivity and updating on the websites of Spanish political partiesArticuloGarcía-Rosales, D. F. (Daniel-Francisco); Abuín-Vences, N. (Natalia)
2019Does Basque Have a Future? Implications of Hegemonic Languages for Audiovisual Consumption by AdolescentsArticuloFernández-de- Arroyabe-Olartua, A. (Ainhoa); Eguskiza-Sesumaga, L. (Leyre)
2019Audiovisual content with advertising intention in children’s videos on YouTube: the case of the Soy Luna seriesArticuloFeijoo, B. (Beatriz); Pavez, I. (Isabel)
2019Re-building the Idea of Being a Woman. The Audiovisual Legacy of Lila CraneArticuloAntón-Sánchez, L. (Laura)
2019Noticiari de Barcelona (1977-1980): The Institutionalisation of Protest in the Cinema of Spain’s Transition to DemocracyArticuloNieto-Ferrando, J. (Jorge)
2019A review of scene and sequence conceptsArticuloFiguero-Espadas, J. (Javier)
2019Suárez and Calvo-Sotelo on the small screen: a compared study of the television leadership during the democratic Transition in Spain (1976-1982)ArticuloPelaz-López, José-Vidal; Martín-Jiménez, Virginia
2019Towards a film literacy canon: identification and multicultural analysis of the contents used in film education with pre-university students in SpainArticuloMoya-Jorge, T. (Tamara)
2019The Spontaneous Video and its Impact on the Digital PressArticuloFernández-Martínez, R. G. (Ricardo-G.)
2019Mobile phone use by university students in Madrid: a management-based typology during times of learningArticuloCarcelén, Sonia; Mera, Montserrat
2019Conspiracy theories, credibility and trust in informationArticuloGualda, E. (Estrella); Rúas, J. (José)
2019The communicative management of large companies in Spain: structure, resources and main challenges of their managersArticuloFernández-Souto, A. B. (Ana-Belén); Puentes-Rivera, I. (Iván); Vázquez-Gestal, M. (Montse)
2019“They don’t trust us; they don’t care if we’re attacked”: trust and risk perception in Mexican journalismArticuloGonzález-Macías, R. A. (Rubén-Arnoldo); Reyna-García, V. H. (Víctor-Hugo)
2019Fact-checking platforms in Spanish. Features, organisation and methodArticuloVizoso, Á. (Ángel); Vázquez-Herrero, J. (Jorge)
2019Language in social networks as a communication strategy: public administration, political parties and civil societyArticuloGarcía-Orosa, B. (Berta); López, X. (Xosé)
2019Diegetic and non-diegetic surprises, and their effect on liking, long-term recall and comprehension in narrative television commercialsArticuloLópez-Díez, J. (Jaime); Bermejo-Berros, J. (Jesús)
2019Disability in the Spanish press: from the paradigm of rehabilitation to the paradigm of personal autonomyArticuloIáñez-Domínguez, A. (Antonio); González-Luna, B. (Borja)
2019Political influencers. A study of Donald Trump’s personal brand on Twitter and its impact on the media and usersArticuloPérez-Curiel, C. (Concha); Limón-Naharro, P. (Pilar)
2019The use of blogs as social media tools of political communication: citizen journalism and public opinion 2.0.ArticuloSánchez-Villar, J. M. (Juan-María)
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