“Comunicar” tiene una vocación internacional en todas sus dimensiones. Sus temáticas son de preocupación global, sus consejos científicos y de revisores están formados por investigadores de todos los continentes y más de 50 países, los trabajos que se reciben y se publican provienen de todos los rincones del mundo… Todo en la revista aspira a recoger la dimensión global de la educación y la comunicación para ofrecer respuestas y alternativas creativas e innovadoras desde la investigación…, para ser el referente mundial en la temática en la comunidad científica y en la transferencia social.

English international coeditionChinese international coeditionPortuguese international coeditionLatin American international coedition


English international coedition

International Coeditors

Dr. Mark Gant

Dr. Mark Gant, University of Chester (United Kingdom).

Senior Lecturer in Spanish at the University of Chester, Mark is also Programme Leader for Spanish. He has a BA (Hons) and PhD from the University of Exeter and a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education from the University of Liverpool. Before working at Chester, Mark taught in the Spanish Department and Foreign Language Centre at the University of Exeter and English at the CSIC (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas), Madrid. Mark is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Dr. Carmen Herrero

Dr. Carmen Herrero, Manchester Metropolitan University (United Kingdom).

Spanish section lead, Principal Lecturer in Spanish and Director of FLAME (Research Centre for Film, Languages and Media in Education), Carmen holds a BA (Hons) Spanish Philology, a BA (Hons) English Philology and a PhD from the University of Valladolid (Spain). She worked for six years teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language at the Universities of Valladolid, Edinburgh and Ulster.

Mrs. Teresa Tejada

Mrs. Teresa Tejada, ITESM (Mexico).

Lecturer in English in the Department of Modern Languages at Tecnológico d Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, has a BA from the Universidad Anáhuac, a BA in English Language Teaching and MA an in Education from the Trinity College in Vermont. Teresa is the coordinator of the Languages Academy in Tecnológico de Monterrey.

Scientific Proofreaders

Mrs. Carmen Usategui

Mrs. Carmen Usategui, University of Chester (United Kingdom).

Senior Lecturer in Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages at Chester, Carmen has a BA from the Universidad de Navarra and MA and Post Graduate Certificate in Education from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN). Prior to working at Chester, she was Senior Lecturer in Spanish at UCLAN. Carmen is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Mr. Richard Wilson

Mr. Richard Wilson, University of Chester (United Kingdom).

Lecturer in English for Academic Purposes and Co-ordinator for ESOL, Richard has a BA in Economic History from UEA, Norwich and an MA in Educational Technology and TESOL from Manchester. He also has the Diploma in TEFL and has taught English at all levels in Further Education, Higher Education and in the private sector, including many years of managing English Language summer schools.

Mrs. Marta Marquez-Fernandez

Mrs. Marta Marquez-Fernandez, University of Chester (United Kingdom).

Senior Lecturer in Spanish at the University of Chester, Marta has a BA in Translation and Interpreting from the University of Granada (Spain), a MA in Medical Translation from the University Jaume I (Alicante, Spain) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education from the University of Chester. Marta is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Her main research interests are emotions in teaching training and students’ learning in Higher Education.

Mrs. Stephanie Aldred

Mrs. Stephanie Aldred, Manchester Metropolitan University (United Kingdom).

Lecturer of Applied Linguistics at Manchester Metropolitan University, Stephanie leads the English Language Teaching (English for Speakers of Other Languages) section. Her main research interests are the learning process and what can hinder it, particularly in languages and linguistics.

Mr. Hamish Binns

Mr. Hamish Binns, Saint Louis University, Madrid Campus (Spain).

M.A. & B.A. Human Sciences, Oxford. Specialization English as a Second Language, Musical Composition, Harmony and Fusion of Ethnic Rhythms. Director of the "Operación Inglés" Summer camp in Villafranca de los Barros. Coordinator of the Community ESL Program. Coordinator of English teaching program in Ethiopia.

Dr. Karl McLaughlin

Dr. Karl McLaughlin, Manchester Metropolitan University (United Kingdom).

Senior Lecturer in Spanish at Manchester Metropolitan University, specialising in Translation and Interpreting, which he has taught for over 25 years at various universities in Britain and Spain, including the universities of Leeds, Bradford and La Laguna. He holds an Honours Degree in French and Spanish from Queen’s University Belfast and a PhD in Spanish (17th Century literature) from the University of Bradford. He combines his academic duties with his work as a freelance translator/interpreter, including for international organisations, and a journalist.

Dr. Christine Sagar

Dr. Christine Sagar, University of Alicante (Spain).

Degree in Foreign Applied Languages from Sorbonne-Paris IV University, Master's Degree Teaching in Secondary Education with specialization in English Teaching, and Ph.D. in ICT applied to the Teaching of English at the University of Alicante. Business English teacher and member of the EDUTIC research group at the University of Alicante. Researching Systems of Online Network Learning of English as an International Language.

Dr. Antonio Alcalá

Dr. Antonio Alcalá, ITESM (Mexico).

PhD in English Literature, has participated in national and international literature Conferences. He has published in journals of Mexican universities and edited the Gothic Studies special issue, Nautical Gothic. He has also contributed to books on literary criticism by Willey-Blackwell and Routledge.

Dr. Martha del Ángel

Dr. Martha del Ángel, ITESM (Mexico).

Doctor in Education. She is a full time EFL professor at Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico. She supervises research work on Foreign Language Teaching and Learning and reviews national and international academic journals.

Dr. Lety Banks

Dr. Lety Banks, ITESM (Mexico).

Dr. Banks has 25 yrs. of ELT experience and currently teaches Academic English at California State University, San Marcos. Lety is an English as a Foreign Language Teacher Trainer and has taught in Brazil, China, Mali, Mexico, and the USA. As an English Language Fellow for the United States Department of State, Lety worked with pre- and in-service English teachers in ChileShe has reviewed proposals for the Teacher Training and NNEST sections of TESOL and AERA conferences.

Dr. Leonor Rosales

Dr. Leonor Rosales, ITESM (Mexico).

Full time professor at Tecnolgico de Monterrey-Campus Monterrey for 17 years. She studied a BA in Applied Linguistics with emphasis en Translation, an MA in Education specialized in ESL and a second MA in Educational Technology.

Dr. Diego Grañena

Dr. Diego Grañena, ITESM (Mexico).

Bachelor of Arts in English Philology from the University of Zaragoza, Spain and I completed postgraduate studies in the University of Portsmouth, England, from which I obtained another Bachelor of Arts in English Studies with a dissertation on American Modernism. I also have postgraduate studies in pedagogy, multicultural education and a Master’s Degree in Information Science. My interest in the study of language as the main aspect of culture has not only allowed me to enrich my career as a teacher, but also offered the exceptional opportunity to work in diverse cultural contexts.

Dr. William Clark Murray

Dr. William Clark Murray, ITESM (Mexico).

He teaches literature and philosophy classes and other courses related to his thesis entitled “The Project of Technology”. He is a member of the research team “Technological Innovation” to which his contribution is a sociological and philosophical approach to change. At the moment his research is directed toward understanding our techno-sociological tendencies in terms of how we deal with identity, space and conceptual evolution. Currently he is the director of the Global Studies department which includes the International Relations and Language departments. He has written two novels: “Why Southerners Go South” (2004) and “The Gulf, my shoulder…North was the horizon” (2009).

Dr. Ricardo López Rendón

Dr. Ricardo López Rendón, ITESM (México).

English teacher in the Department of Modern Languages of the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey. He has a BA in linguistics and English Literature from Tecnológico de Monterrey, Monterrey Campus. He holds a Master's degree in Education from the same institution and a Master's Degree in Humanities from the University of Monterrey.

Coeditor Entities:

Chester University    Chester University    MMU    

Portuguese coedition

International coeditor

Traslation Staff

Mrs. Magali de Lourdes Pedro

Mrs. Magali de Lourdes Pedro, University of Brasilia (Brazil).

Lecturer in Spanish Translation Course at the University of Brasilia, Brazil . Master in Translation from University of São Paulo and in Applied Linguistics from University of Brasilia. Official Spanish translator/interpreter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Brazil.

Mrs. Lilian Vieira da Rocha Ribeiro

Mrs. Lilian Vieira da Rocha Ribeiro, University of Huelva (Spain).

Business Consultant at Brasil Institute of Tecnology, Brasilia, Brazil. Ph.D. student in Communication at the interuniversities graduation program of Sevile, Malaga, Huelva and Cádiz, Spain. Master in Applied Linguistics from University of Brasilia, Brazil.

Advisory board

Dr. Ismar de Oliveira Soares

Dr. Ismar de Oliveira Soares, University of São Paulo (Brazil).

Professor at the University of São Paulo - USP. He is coordinator of the Communication and Education Center - NCE and of the undergraduate courses in Educommunication at USP. Author of `Educommunicatiom: the concept, the professional and the application`, Paulinas Publisher, 2011. Dr. Ismar is also the president of the Brazilian Association of Researchers and Professionals in Educommunication.

Dr. Adilson Vaz Cabral Filho

Dr. Adilson Vaz Cabral Filho, Federal Fluminense University (Brazil).

Professor of the Graduate Program in Media and Routines at Federal Fluminense University, Brazil. PhD and MSc in Social Communication. Post-doctorate in Communication at the Universidad Carlos III of Madrid, Spain. Coordinator of EMERGE - Research and Production Center in Communication and Emergency, Brazil.

Dr. Gabriela Borges

Dr. Gabriela Borges, Federal University of Juiz de Fora (Brazil).

Professor of Communication at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil. Post-doctorate in Communication from the University of Algarve, Portugal. PhD. in Communication and Semiotics from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, with traineeship at Universidad Autónoma of Barcelona, Spain and from Trinity College, Dublin.

Dr. Maria das Graças Targino

Dr. Maria das Graças Targino, Federal University of Paraiba (Brazil).

Professor of Graduate Studies in Science at the Federal University of Paraíba, Brazil and coordinator of the Literacy Minor Program at the Federal University of Piauí, Brazil . PhD in Information Science. Post-doctorate from the University of Salamanca, Spain.

Dr. Monica Fantin

Dr. Monica Fantin, Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil).

Associate Professor of the Department of Teaching Methodology and at the graduate program in Education of the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil. Ph.D. in Education from Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil. Internship at UCSC, Milan. Group leader of the Research Center in Childhood Communication, Culture and Art, Brazil.

Dr. Martha Prata Linhares

Dr. Martha Prata Linhares, Federal University of the Mining Triangle (Brazil).

Professor at Federal University of Triangulo Mineiro .Ph. D. in Education from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil. Professor and researcher at the Center of Distance Education and Learning with Technologies. Coordinator of the graduate program in Education at Federal University of Triangulo Mineiro, Brazil.

Outreach team

Mrs. Ariane Abrunhosa da Silva

Mrs. Ariane Abrunhosa da Silva, University of Brasilia (Brazil).

Lecturer at the Education Secretary of Brasilia, Brazil. Ph.D. student at University of Brasilia, Brazil. Master in Turism with a minor degree in Civil Society and State. Undergraduated in Journalism.

Mrs. Adriana Moura

Mrs. Adriana Moura, University of Brasilia (Brazil).

Master in Education, Technology and Communication at the University of Brasilia (UNB). Degree in Letters (UCB / Brasilia).

Mr. Welinton Baxto

Mr. Welinton Baxto, University of Brasilia (Brazil).

Specilaist in Educational Matters in Higher Education at the Education Ministry, Brazil. Ph.D. student at University of Brasilia. Master in Education, Brazil.

Coeditor Entities:


Chinese international coedition

International coeditors

Dr. Yuechuan Ke (柯粤川)

Dr. Yuechuan Ke (柯粤川), University of Southern California (USA).

The US based film director and media producer, Yuechuan Ke is also an active, independent scholar interested in cognitive studies about the moving images, as well as emerging technologies and applications to the evolving film and new media industry. He is a dedicated advocator to academia exchange, particularly that between China and a broader world of diversity, by means of quality communication rather than one-way dissemination. Yuechuan Ke is an appointed speaker for multiple academic institutes in China.

Dr. Alice Y. L. Lee (李月蓮)

Dr. Alice Y. L. Lee (李月蓮), Hong Kong Baptist University (China).

Dr. Alice Y. L. Lee is the Head of the Department of Journalism, Hong Kong Baptist University. Her research interests include media education, online news media, media and information literacy (MIL) and Net Generation. She is the vice-chairperson of the Hong Kong Association of Media Education and serves as the Associate Director of the Media Literacy Research Foundation Academic Committee, China Radio and Television Association, China.

Coeditor Entities:


Latin American international coedition

International coeditors

Dr. Abel Suing

Dr. Abel Suing, Private Technical University of Loja (Ecuador).

Economist and Doctor in Communication, teacher and researcher of the Department of Communication of the Technical University Particular of Loja where currently coordinates the Degree of Communication. Research lines: Television, Communication Policies, Higher Education. Address: Department of Communication Sciences. Private Technical University of Loja.

Advisory board

Dr. Juan Camilo Molina Bolívar

Dr. Juan Camilo Molina Bolívar, CIESPAL (Ecuador).

More than 12 years of experience in public and private sector research; teaching in journalism and communication, public policies, international cooperation; project management, network formation and political / communicational analysis. Doctor in Social Sciences from the University of Salamanca, Specialist in Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota, Master of Social Sciences and Communication, Bachelor of Philosophy.

Dr. Marialva Barbosa

Dr. Marialva Barbosa, Intercom (Brazil).

Full Professor at the School of Communication of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and the Master and Doctorate Program in Communication at UFRJ. Doctor of History. President of INTERCOM - Society for Interdisciplinary Communication Studies. Researcher 1D from CNPq.

D. Juan Fernando Muñoz Uribe

D. Juan Fernando Muñoz Uribe, Felafacs (Colombia).

Comunicador Social – Periodista y especialista en Gerencia de la Comunicación Organizacional de la Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana. Profesor titular de la Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana. Actualmente es el presidente de la Federación Latinoamericana de Facultades de Comunicación Social (FELAFACS). Con experiencia docente y profesional de 22 años en las área de radio, televisión, periodismo, comunicación organizacional, expresión oral, corporal y escrita, corrección idiomática, entre otros temas.

Dr. Delia Crovi

Dr. Delia Crovi, National Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico).

Full-time professor, category C, Department of Political and Social Sciences, National Autonomous University of Mexico. National Researcher Level 3, National System of Researchers, National Council of Science and Technology, Mexico. President of the Latin American Association of Communication Researchers (ALAIC).

Dr. Ursula Freundt Thurne

Dr. Ursula Freundt Thurne, Peruvian University of Applied Sciences (Peru).

Decana de la Facultad de Comunicaciones de la Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC), Miembro Académico del Consejo de Acreditación Latinoamericano en la Educación en Periodismo (CLAEP), programa administrado por la Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa (SIP), ex Vocal del Tribunal de Ética (1998-2016) del Consejo de la Prensa Peruana, Miembro del Comité de Premios de los Premios Nacionales del Periodismo, Lima, Perú. Es Doctora en Administración y Dirección de Empresas por la Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Barcelona, España.

Dr. Iluska Coutinho

Dr. Iluska Coutinho, Intercom (Brazil).

Associated Professor at the School of Communication of the Federal University of Juiz de Fora and the Master Program in Communication at UFJF. Doctor of Communication. Scientific Director of INTERCOM - Society for Interdisciplinary Communication Studies. Researcher 2 from CNPq.

Dr. Gabriel Kaplun

Dr. Gabriel Kaplun, Alaic (Uruguay).

Comunicador, Magíster en Educación y Doctor en Estudios Culturales; Profesor Titular de la Facultad de Información y Comunicación de la Universidad de la República, integrante del Sistema Nacional de Investigadores de Uruguay.

D. Juan David Suarez Vera

D. Juan David Suarez Vera, Felafacs (Colombia).

Trabajador Social, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana. Comunicador Social – Periodista, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana. Especialista en Gerencia de Proyectos, Institución Universitaria Esumer. Magíster en Educación y Desarrollo Humano, CINDE – Universidad de Manizales. Actualmente me desempeño como Coordinador Académico de la Maestría en Comunicación Organizacional y como Docente Interno del Área de Gestión de la Comunicación en la Facultad de Comunicación Social – Periodismo de la Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana.

Dr. Claudio Avendaño Ruz

Dr. Claudio Avendaño Ruz, University of Santiago (Chile).

Director of the International Master in Communication at the Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, and the Universitat Pompeu Fabra de Barcelona. He is a researcher and writer in Infancy and Mass Media/Digital Technologies and Communication/Education. He is a graduate in Sociology from the Universidad de Chile and has a PhD in Communication Sciences and Journalism from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Dr. M. Soledad Ramírez-Montoya

Dr. M. Soledad Ramírez-Montoya, ITESM (Mexico).

Research professor and director at the School of Humanities and Education of the Tecnologico de Monterrey (Mexico). She is director of the UNESCO Chair “Open Educational Movement for Latin America”, director of the International Council for Open of Distance Education (ICDE): OER Latin America office, lead researcher on the Strengthening Information Society Research Capacity Alliance (SIRCA) network and director of the Innovation in Education Group (GIIE) at Tecnologico de Monterrey.

Outreach team

Mrs. Mayra Paola Gonzales

Mrs. Mayra Paola Gonzales, Private Technical University of Loja (Ecuador).

Máster en Investigación en Comunicación, Universidad de Navarra (UNAV) España. Estudiante de Doctorado de Comunicación e información Contemporánea de la Universidad Santiago de Compostela (USC) España. Jefe de Sección del Departamento de Comunicación de la Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja (UTPL). Docente-Investigador de la UTPL. Línea de investigación: Comunicación y Tecnologías.

Coeditor Entities:

Intercom   Felafacs   Alaic



grupocomunicar.com Google Play Grupo Comunicar Grupo Comunicar Mail Mail

Esta web utiliza cookies para obtener datos estadísticos de la navegación de sus usuarios. Si continúas navegando consideramos que aceptas su uso. Más información X Cerrar