Editors

Comunicar bases its process and its quality on a wide international scientific community that endorses and supports it with a large group of researchers, academics from the world of communication and education, which guarantees the support to its work in favour of innovation and scientific progress in the field of Educommunication. Our organization is composed of a Board of Editors, which includes the Chief Editor, Assistant Editors, Thematic Editors and International Co-Editors; as well as an extensive Scientific Committee, International Board of Reviewers, and finally our Technical Board.

Editorial Board

Editor in Chief

Dr. Ignacio Aguaded

Dr. Ignacio Aguaded, University of Huelva (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ScopusVer PublonsVer ResearchgateVer Academia

Full Professor of Education and Communication at the Universidad de Huelva. He is president of Grupo Comunicar, a long-standing Media Literacy collective in Spain. He is also head of the Agora investigation team that forms part of the Andalusia Investigation Plan (HUM-648), Director of the International Master of Communication and Education (UNIA / UHU) and coordinator UHU Interuniversity Doctoral Program in Communication (U.S., UMA, UCA, UHU).

Assitant Editors

Dr. Amor Perez-Rodriguez

Dr. Amor Perez-Rodriguez, Universtiy of Huelva (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ScopusVer PublonsVer ResearchgateVer Academia

Full Professor of University in the Department of Philology at the University of Huelva. Diploma in Teaching and Degree in Hispanic Philology from the University of Seville. PhD in Humanities from the University of Huelva. Lines of research: media competence and new languages of communication and didactics of language and literature.

Dr. Angel Hernando-Gomez

Dr. Angel Hernando-Gomez, University of Huelva (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ScopusVer PublonsVer ResearchgateVer Academia

Professor of the University in the Department of Social, Evolutionary and Educational Psychology of the University of Huelva. Diploma in Teaching and Bachelor in Psychology and Psychopedagogy. Doctor in Psychology from the University of Huelva. Lines of research: media competence, promotion of positive adolescent development and prevention of violence in relationships.

Mrs. Arantxa Vizcaino-Verdu

Mrs. Arantxa Vizcaino-Verdu, University of Huelva (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ScopusVer PublonsVer ResearchgateVer Academia

Doctorate in Communication in the line of Educommunication and Media Literacy. Master in Communication and Audiovisual Education by the University of Huelva and Degree in Advertising and Public Relations by the University of Alicante. Research collaborator of the Ágora Group (UHU). Member of the Alfamed Young Network.

Dr. Luis-Miguel Romero-Rodriguez

Dr. Luis-Miguel Romero-Rodriguez, Rey Juan Carlos University (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ScopusVer PublonsVer ResearchgateVer Academia

PhD in Communication Studies, concentration in Educommunication and Media Literacy from Universitie of Huelva (Spain). MA in Social Communications from Almeria University (Spain). Graduate Certificate in Teaching from Nueva Esparta University (Venezuela). Graduate Diploma in International Laws and Politics from the Central University of Venezuela. Bachelor of Arts Major Concentration in Journalism and Bachelor of Laws from Santa Maria University (Venezuela). Founder and Vice-president of Alfamed.

Dr. Rosa Garcia-Ruiz

Dr. Rosa Garcia-Ruiz, University of Cantabria (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ScopusVer PublonsVer ResearchgateVer Academia

Professor, University of Cantabria, within the catchment area of Didactics and School Organization. PhD in Education from UNED. Research interests: media literacy, teaching methods, training needs and design training plans.

Dr. Agueda Delgado-Ponce

Dr. Agueda Delgado-Ponce, Junta de Andalucía (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ScopusVer PublonsVer ResearchgateVer Academia

Research Professor at the Ágora Research Group of the University of Huelva. Doctor by the University of Huelva, Master in European Literature and Language Teaching and Master in Communication and Audiovisual Education. Líneas de investigación: media competence and new communication languages.

Thematic Editors Comunicar 72

 Guillermo López-García

Guillermo López-García, Universidad de Valencia (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer Scopus

Profesor Titular de Periodismo en la Universidad de Valencia. La mayor parte de su investigación se ha dirigido al estudio de la comunicación política y de la comunicación por Internet. Es el coordinador del Grupo de I+D Mediaflows, financiado por el Ministerio de Economía e Innovación y la Generalitat Valenciana en sucesivos proyectos (www.mediaflows.es). Coordina anualmente un Congreso sobre nuevas tendencias en comunicación digital desde 2009, y dirige la revista académica Dígitos, fundada en 2015. Es codirector del máster en Nuevos Periodismos, Comunicación Política y Sociedad del Conocimiento de la Universidad de Valencia. Es autor o editor de doce libros y de numerosos artículos y capítulos de libro en publicaciones científicas. Colabora con diversos medios de comunicación, entre ellos el diario digital Valencia Plaza, en el que es columnista semanal y Coordinador de contenidos de Opinión del diario.

 Gianpietro Mazzoleni

Gianpietro Mazzoleni, Universidad de Milán (Italy)Ver orcidVer Scholar

Catedrático de Sociología de la Comunicación y Comunicación Política en el Departamento de Sociología y Ciencias Políticas de la Università degli Studi di Milano (Italia). Es conocido internacionalmente por su trabajo sobre el impacto de los medios de comunicación en los sistemas políticos y en los patrones de comunicación de las instituciones y actores políticos. Fue cofundador y editor de la Revista Italiana de Comunicación Política (Comunicazione Politica) 2000-2013, y miembro del consejo de redacción de las principales revistas del sector (Political Communication, European Journal of Communication, International Journal of Press/Politics y otras). Es el editor jefe de la The International Encyclopedia of Political Communication (2016), coautor de The Media and Neopopulist Movements in a Comparative Perspective (2003), The Politics of Representation: Election Campaigning and Proportional Representation (2004), The Media in Europe (2004), Política Pop (2009), Journalists and Media Accountability: An International Study of News People in the Digital Age (2014), La política pop online (2019); autor del manual de gran éxito de ventas La comunicazione politica (3ª edición, Mulino, 2012), publicado también en español (La comunicación política, Alianza Editorial, 2010) y en húngaro.

 Eva Campos-Domínguez

Eva Campos-Domínguez, Universidad de Valladolid (Spain)Ver orcidVer Scholar

Profesora Titular de Periodismo en la Universidad de Valladolid. Beca Leonardo de la Fundación BBVA 2020 por el proyecto Parlamentos, bots y desinformación. Su investigación se centra en el estudio de la comunicación política digital. Miembro del Grupo de I+D Mediaflows (www.mediaflows.es) y ha participado en diferentes proyectos competitivos centrados en el estudio de los emisores políticos en Internet. Autora o editora de una veintena de mono-grafías y de numerosos artículos científicos.

Internacional Coeditors

Dr. Alice Y. L. Lee (李月蓮)

Dr. Alice Y. L. Lee (李月蓮), Hong Kong Baptist University (China)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer AcademiaVer ResearchgateVer Scopus

Prof. Alice Y. L. Lee is the Professor of the Department of Journalism, Hong Kong Baptist University. Her research interests include media and information literacy (MIL), media education, online news media, and Net Generation. She is the vice-chairperson of the Hong Kong Association of Media Education, and a member of the Steering Committee on Strategic Development of Information Technology in Education, Education Bureau, HKSAR Government, Hong Kong

Dr. Yuechuan Ke (柯粤川)

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

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. Meng Shen

Dr. Meng Shen, University of Valencia (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ResearchgateVer Publons

PhD in Education at the University of Valencia. Degree in Hispanic Philology. Research collaborator in the Department of Research Methods and Diagnosis in Education at the University of Valencia. Intercultural mediator and teacher in Infant and Primary Education. Her lines of research are linked to intercultural education and educational evaluation.

MBA. Laura Elena Morales Garza

MBA. Laura Elena Morales Garza, ITESM (Mexico)

Born in Mexico City, where she majored in Clinical Psychology. She holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Linguistics in English, and has developed in the areas of psychology, as English teacher and as official translator in the last 39 years. At Tecnológico de Monterrey she has developed in different areas, being the Languages Director for 12 years.

Dr. Octavio Islas

Dr. Octavio Islas, Central University of Ecuador (Ecuador)

Director of the Master in Communication and Culture at the Faculty of Social Communication, Central University of Ecuador. Author of 17 books, more than 55 book chapters, 90 scientific texts published in peer-reviewed journals, more than 700 columns published in the main newspapers in Mexico. He served as director of the Internet Project at the Tecnológico de Monterrey, México. Founder of the scientific magazine Razón y Palabra, and the editorial stamp Razón y Palabra. General director of the Itinerant Chair of the New Strategic Theory (CINTE).

Technical Editing Board

Ms. Sabina Civila

Ms. Sabina Civila, University of Huelva (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer PublonsVer ResearchgateVer Academia

Predoctoral Researcher FPI. PhD student in the Interuniversity Communication Programme (Malaga, Huelva, Seville and Cadiz) in the Educommunication line. Master's degree in strategic communication and innovation in communication (Malaga, Huelva, Seville and Cadiz), and Degree in Advertising and Public Relations from the University of Cadiz.

Dr. Patricia de-Casas-Moreno

Dr. Patricia de-Casas-Moreno, Universidad de Extremadura (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ScopusVer PublonsVer ResearchgateVer Academia

PhD in Communication at the University of Huelva, specialist in Communication 2.0 and Social Networks, Graduate in the Master of Communication and Audiovisual Education. Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Documentation and Communication Sciences of the University of Extremadura.

Mr. Francisco Casado-Mestre

Mr. Francisco Casado-Mestre, Secondary School San Sebastián (Spain)Ver orcid

Teacher of Secondary Education at I.E.S. San Sebastian, Huelva, specialized at Drawing. Part-time Professor at the Superior Technical College of Engineering University of Huelva. Domain: Graphic Expression. Collaborator in the Group “Comunicar” since 1995. Publication of certain experiences using mass media in class, focusing not only on fixed images but also on movements.

Dr. Inmaculada Berlanga

Dr. Inmaculada Berlanga, International University of La Rioja (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ScopusVer PublonsVer ResearchgateVer Academia

Associate Professor in the Faculty of Business and Communication at the International University of La Rioja. Teaching in Master in audiovisual creation scripts and Communication degree (Fundamentals of Marketing, Sociology of Communication, rhetoric and persuasion ...). Researcher Doctor of Digital Communication and Society group.

Social Media and Visibility Board

Mrs. Erika-Lucia Gonzalez-Carrion

Mrs. Erika-Lucia Gonzalez-Carrion, National University of Loja (Ecuador)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer Academia

Doctoral student of the Inter-University Doctorate Program in Communication at the University of Huelva (Media Literacy). Interuniversity Master in Communication and Audiovisual Education by the UNIA and the University of Huelva. Degree in Social Communication and Degree in Education Sciences with mention in English Language. Lecturer at the National University of Loja (Ecuador). Member of the ALFAMED Youth Network.

Mrs. Bárbara Castillo-Abdul

Mrs. Bárbara Castillo-Abdul, Rey Juan Carlos University (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ResearchgateVer Academia

PhD student in Communication in the line of Media Education and Literacy. Master's Degree in Communication and Audiovisual Education from the International University of Andalusia and the University of Huelva (Spain). Diploma in Social Media Management from the Catholic University Andrés Bello (Venezuela). Specialist in Organizational Communication from the University Monteávila (Venezuela). Degree in Social Communication from the University Santa María (Venezuela). Collaborator of the ÁGORA UHU Research Group.

Mrs. Mónica Bonilla-del-Río

Mrs. Mónica Bonilla-del-Río, University of Huelva (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer ScopusVer ResearchgateVer Academia

PhD student in Communication in the line of Media Education and Literacy. Inter-university Master's Degree in Communication and Audiovisual Education from the International University of Andalusia and the University of Huelva. Master's Degree in Emotional, Social and Creativity Education from the University of Cantabria. Graduate in Teaching in Infant Education by the University of Cantabria.

Mrs. María Toscano-Alonso

Mrs. María Toscano-Alonso, University of Huelva (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer Researchgate

PhD student in the Interuniversity Communication Program of the University of Seville in the line of Audiovisual Communication. Master in Screenwriting, Narrative and Audiovisual Creativity and Graduate in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Seville. She is currently developing her thesis on transidentiary representation in Spanish cinema in the 21st century. She is also an Audiovisual Technician at the University of Huelva.

Mrs. Laura Pacheco-Jiménez

Mrs. Laura Pacheco-Jiménez, University of Huelva (Spain)Ver orcidVer ScholarVer Researchgate

Doctoranda en el programa Interuniversitario de Comunicación de la Universidad de Sevilla en la línea de Comunicación Audiovisual donde desarrolla su tesis sobre la representación de la mujer en la historia del cine criminal español. Integrante del grupo de trabajo del proyecto I+D+i Desplazamientos, emergencias y nuevos sujetos sociales en el cine español (1996-2011) (DENSSCE96-11) y de la Red INAV. Grado en Comunicación Audiovisual y Máster en Guion, Narrativa y Creatividad Audiovisual. Actualmente, compagina la tesis doctoral con el trabajo como Técnica Audiovisual en el MediaLab de la Universidad de Huelva.

Mrs. Tania Barrezueta Cabrera

Mrs. Tania Barrezueta Cabrera, Salesian Polytechnic University (Ecuador)Ver orcidVer Researchgate

Master in Communication and Audiovisual Education from the International University of Andalusia and Degree in Communication from the University of Azuay. Online Monitor of Virtual Education at the Salesian Polytechnic University.

ICT Management

Mr. Alex Ruiz

Mr. Alex Ruiz, Grupo Comunicar (Spain)

Teacher, graphics and website designer. He is a consultant in Educational Technologies and webmaster of revistacomunicar.com and grupocomunicar.com, among other sites. He works with various groups in website maintenance (design, databases) and e-learning.

Commercial Manager

Mrs. Belen Perez

Mrs. Belen Perez, Grupo Comunicar (Spain)

Social worker, expert in scientific journal indexing.

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