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Cyberostracism: Emotional and behavioral consequences in social media interactions

Ciberostracismo: Consecuencias emocionales y conductuales en las interacciones en redes sociales

Simona Galbava, Hana Machackova & Lenka Dedkova. Brno (Czech Republic)

Youths’ coping with cyberhate: Roles of parental mediation and family support

Jóvenes ante el ciberodio: El rol de la mediación parental y el apoyo familiar

Michelle F. Wright, Sebastian Wachs & Manuel Gámez-Guadix. Pennsylvania, Potsdam & Madrid (United States, Germany & Spain)

Motivation and perception of Hong Kong university students about social media news

Motivación y percepción de los universitarios de Hong Kong sobre noticias en las redes sociales

Qiuyi Kong, Kelly-Yee Lai-Ku, Liping Deng & Apple-Chung Yan-Au. Otago & Hong Kong (New Zealand & China)

Anxiety and self-esteem in cyber-victimization profiles of adolescents

Ansiedad y autoestima en los perfiles de cibervictimización de los adolescentes

Andrea Núñez, David Álvarez-García & María-C. Pérez-Fuentes. Almería & Oviedo (Spain)

Cybergossip, cyberaggression, problematic Internet use and family communication

Cibercotilleo, ciberagresión, uso problemático de Internet y comunicación con la familia

Eva M. Romera, Antonio Camacho, Rosario Ortega-Ruiz & Daniel Falla. Córdoba (Spain)

Internet memes in Covid-19 lockdown times in Poland

Memes de Internet en tiempos de confinamiento por Covid-19 en Polonia

Roza Norstrom & Pawel Sarna. Katowice (Poland)

Coping with distress among adolescents: Effectiveness of personal narratives on support websites

Afrontar la diversidad entre adolescentes: Eficacia de las narrativas personales en webs de apoyo

Sofie Mariën, Heidi Vandebosch, Sara Pabian & Karolien Poels. Amberes & Tilburg (Belgium & Netherlands)

Parents' and children's perception on social media advertising

La percepción de padres e hijos chilenos sobre la publicidad en redes sociales

Beatriz Feijoo, Simón Bugueño, Charo Sádaba & Aurora García-González. Logroño, Santiago de Chile, Pamplona & Pontevedra (Spain & Chile)

The critical dialogical method in Educommunication to develop narrative thinking

El método dialógico-crítico en Educomunicación para fomentar el pensamiento narrativo

Jesús Bermejo-Berros. Segovia (Spain)

Newsgames against hate speech in the refugee crisis

Newsgames frente a los discursos del odio en la crisis de los refugiados

Salvador Gómez-García, María-Antonia Paz-Rebollo & José Cabeza-San-Deogracias. Valladolid & Madrid (Spain)

The increasing rates of research progress demand an accelerated dissemination of the results to the scientific and professional community, beyond the traditional rates imposed by the printed periodicity.

«Comunicar», as a digital and printed journal, like international journal of excellence, has a section of papers formally accepted by the Scientific Council.

This section includes all the works already accepted for publication, which are waiting to be printed and formally edited in the next issue of the «Comunicar» Journal.

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