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    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/692 2012 Ferrés Media competence. Articulated proposal of dimensions and indicators 202 139 341 Q1 99%
    2/692 2016 Fernández-Cruz Generation Z’s teachers and their digital skills 127 108 235 Q1 99%
    3/692 2012 Gutiérrez-Martín Media education, media literacy and digital competence 112 110 222 Q1 99%
    4/692 2012 Area-Moreira From solid to liquid: New literacies to the cultural changes of Web 2.0 107 105 212 Q1 98%
    5/692 2012 Gómez-Aguilar The academic use of social networks among university students 109 88 197 Q1 98%
    6/692 2013 Colás-Bravo Young people and social networks: Motivations and preferred uses 103 85 188 Q1 98%
    7/692 2009 Flores-Vivar New models of communication, profiles and trends in social networks 93 72 165 Q1 98%
    8/692 2016 Area-Moreira Models of educational integration of ICTs in the classroom 88 73 161 Q1 98%
    9/692 2014 García-Valcárcel-Muñoz-Repiso ICT in collaborative learning in the classrooms of Primary and Secondary Education 82 65 147 Q1 98%
    10/692 2014 García-Ruiz Media literacy education for a new prosumer citizenship 91 54 145 Q1 98%
    11/692 2013 Torres-Salinas Altmetrics: New indicators for scientific communication in Web 2.0 78 65 143 Q1 97%
    12/692 2018 Ramírez-Montoya Co-creation and open innovation: Systematic literature review 64 75 139 Q1 97%
    13/692 2016 Ortega-Barón The influence of school climate and family climate among adolescents victims of cyberbullying 61 72 133 Q1 97%
    14/692 2012 Pérez-Rodríguez From digital and audiovisual competence to media competence: Dimensions and indicators 80 40 120 Q1 97%
    15/692 2009 Tejedor-Tejedor A scale for the measurement of university teachers’ attitudes towards the integration of ICT 72 48 120 Q1 97%
    16/692 2016 Pérez-Escoda Digital skills in the Z generation: Key questions for a curricular introduction in Primary School 61 59 120 Q1 97%
    17/692 2014 Cabero-Almenara Educational possibilities of social networks and group work. University students’ perceptions 69 41 110 Q1 97%
    18/692 2015 Bartolomé-Pina Are MOOCs promising learning environments? 59 51 110 Q1 96%
    19/692 2015 Chiappe-Laverde Literature and practice: A critical review of MOOCs 58 50 108 Q1 96%
    20/692 2015 Fernández-Montalvo Internet use habits and risk behaviours in preadolescence 60 43 103 Q1 96%
    21/692 2014 Quintas-Froufe Active audiences: Social audience participation in television 54 47 101 Q1 96%
    22/692 2019 Pereira Young people learning from digital media outside of school: The informal meets the formal 52 48 100 Q1 96%
    23/692 2011 Sloep Learning networks, networked learning 52 47 99 Q1 96%
    24/692 2013 Delgado-López-Cózar The impact of scientific journals of communication: Comparing Google Scholar Metrics, Web of Science and Scopus 49 50 99 Q1 96%
    25/692 2015 Castaño-Garrido Design, motivation and performance in a cooperative MOOC course 51 45 96 Q1 95%
    26/692 2012 Casero-Ripollés Beyond newspapers: News consumption among young people in the digital era 51 45 96 Q1 95%
    27/692 2015 Durán-Segura Cyberbullying trough mobile phone and the Internet in dating relationships among youth people 45 50 95 Q1 95%
    28/692 2012 del-Rey The ConRed program, an evidence-based practice 51 43 94 Q1 95%
    29/692 2010 Salmerón-Pérez Methodologies to improve communication in virtual learning environments 60 33 93 Q1 95%
    30/692 2013 Aguaded The MOOC revolution: A new form of education from the technological paradigm? 55 37 92 Q1 95%
    31/692 2014 García-Galera Engaged youth in Internet. The role of social networks in social active participation 49 43 92 Q1 95%
    32/692 2016 Romera Cyberbullying: Social competence, motivation and peer relationships 44 48 92 Q1 94%
    33/692 2014 Marín-Juarros Construction of the foundations of the PLE and PLN for collaborative learning 48 42 90 Q1 94%
    34/692 2015 López-Meneses Analysis and implications of the impact of MOOC movement in the scientific community: JCR and Scopus (2010-13) 47 43 90 Q1 94%
    35/692 2013 García-Jiménez The influence of social networks on the adolescents’ online practices 49 40 89 Q1 94%
    36/692 2009 Cebrián-Herreros Interactive communication in the cybermedia 46 41 87 Q1 94%
    37/692 2011 Repiso-Caballero Bibliometric and social network analysis applied to television dissertations presented in Spain (1976/2007) 50 36 86 Q1 94%
    38/692 2010 Prendes-Espinosa ICT competences of future teachers 49 36 85 Q1 94%
    39/692 2014 Berrocal-Gonzalo Media prosumers in political communication: Politainment on YouTube 39 43 82 Q1 93%
    40/692 2013 Fernández-Quijada Three decades of spanish communication research: Towards legal age 47 34 81 Q1 93%
    41/692 2010 Ramos-Elizondo Developing cognitive skills with mobile learning: A case study 44 37 81 Q1 93%
    42/692 2014 Cabalín-Quijada Online and mobilized students: The use of Facebook in the Chilean student protests 42 39 81 Q1 93%
    43/692 2018 Montero-Díaz A science mapping analysis of ‘Communication’ WoS subject category (1980-2013) 39 42 81 Q1 93%
    44/692 2012 Aparici Pedagogy of interactivity 50 28 78 Q1 93%
    45/692 2013 Muros-Ruiz Youth’s usage of leisure time with video games and social networks 47 30 77 Q1 93%
    46/692 2014 Abad-Alcalá Media literacy for older people facing the digital divide: The e-inclusion programmes design 41 36 77 Q1 92%
    47/692 2007 Ferrés Competence in media studies: its dimensions and indicators 75 0 75 Q1 92%
    48/692 2012 Agudo-Prado Uses of digital tools among the elderly 43 31 74 Q1 92%
    49/692 2014 García-Galera Media prosumers. Participatory culture of audiences and media responsibility 37 37 74 Q1 92%
    50/692 2017 Romero-Martín Formative assessment, communication skills and ICT in Initial teacher education 30 42 72 Q1 92%
    51/692 2013 Almansa-Martínez Social networks and young people. Comparative study of Facebook between Colombia and Spain 43 27 70 Q1 92%
    52/692 2016 Serrano-Puche Internet and emotions: New trends in an emerging field of research 37 33 70 Q1 92%
    53/692 2013 Buckingham Interactive youth: New citizenship between social networks and school settings 38 31 69 Q1 91%
    54/692 2013 Tortajada-Giménez Advertising stereotypes and gender representation in social networking sites 35 34 69 Q1 91%
    55/692 2017 Andújar-Vaca Mobile instant messaging: Whatsapp and its potential to develop oral skills 33 36 69 Q1 91%
    56/692 2015 Llorente-Barroso Internet and the elderly: Enhancing active ageing 31 38 69 Q1 91%
    57/692 2013 Bernal-Bravo Interactions of young Andalusian people inside social networks 42 26 68 Q1 91%
    58/692 2015 Marcelo-García University teaching with digital technologies 34 34 68 Q1 91%
    59/692 2009 Hinojo-Lucena Student´s perceptions of blended learning at university 37 29 66 Q1 91%
    60/692 2017 Tur Using Twitter in Higher Education in Spain and the USA 32 34 66 Q1 90%
    61/692 2011 Domingo-Coscollola Classroom 2.0 experiences and building on the use of ICT in teaching 40 25 65 Q1 90%
    62/692 2014 Gewerc-Barujel Collaboration and social networking in Higher education 38 27 65 Q1 90%
    63/692 2010 Guerra-Liaño Study on the use of ICTs as teaching tools by university instructors 48 16 64 Q1 90%
    64/692 2011 Imbernón-Muñoz Teaching skills in virtual and blended learning environments 37 27 64 Q1 90%
    65/692 2015 Raposo-Rivas A study on the pedagogical components of massive online courses 36 27 63 Q1 90%
    66/692 2014 Vanderhoven Educating teens about the risks on social network sites. An intervention study in Secondary Education 27 36 63 Q1 90%
    67/692 2014 Gozálvez-Pérez Empowering media citizenship through educommunication 33 29 62 Q1 89%
    68/692 2015 González-Oñate Use, consumption and knowledge of new technologies by elderly people in France, United Kingdom and Spain 28 34 62 Q1 89%
    69/692 2014 Hernández-Sellés Planning collaborative learning in virtual environments 36 25 61 Q1 89%
    70/692 2016 Crescenzi-Lanna An analysis of the interaction design of the best educational apps for children Aged zero to eight 25 36 61 Q1 89%
    71/692 2013 Vázquez-Cano The videoarticle: New reporting format in scientific journals and its integration in MOOCs 31 29 60 Q1 89%
    72/692 2018 Pérez-Torres YouTuber videos and the construction of adolescent identity 29 31 60 Q1 89%
    73/692 2013 Soengas-Pérez The role of the Internet and social networks in the arab uprisings an alternative to official press censorship 32 27 59 Q1 89%
    74/692 2016 Torres-Díaz Internet use and academic success in university students 30 28 58 Q1 88%
    75/692 2014 Dafonte-Gómez The key elements of viral advertising. From motivation to emotion in the most shared videos 29 29 58 Q1 88%
    76/692 2015 Peral-Peral From digital divide to psycho-digital divide: Elders and online social networks 27 31 58 Q1 88%
    77/692 2010 Gutiérrez-Martín Digital tribes in the university classrooms 34 23 57 Q1 88%
    78/692 2012 Tejedor-Calvo Challenges and risks of Internet use by children. How to empower minors? 31 26 57 Q1 88%
    79/692 2016 Romero-Rodríguez Dimensions and indicators of the information quality in digital media 29 28 57 Q1 88%
    80/692 2015 Roig-Vila Primary teachers’ technological, pedagogical and content knowledge 31 25 56 Q1 88%
    81/692 2016 Ramírez-García Media competence of teachers and students of compulsory education in Spain 29 27 56 Q1 87%
    82/692 2015 Saracchini A mobile augmented reality assistive technology for the elderly 21 34 55 Q1 87%
    83/692 2014 Pérez-Mateo-Subirà Collaborative construction of a project as a methodology for acquiring digital competences 31 22 53 Q1 87%
    84/692 2013 Escribà-Sales Internationalization and coauthorship in major communication journals in Spain 30 23 53 Q1 87%
    85/692 2017 López-García Technological skills and new professional profiles: Present challenges for journalism 28 25 53 Q1 87%
    86/692 2015 López-Romero Teaching media literacy in colleges of education and communication 26 26 52 Q1 87%
    87/692 2012 Aguaded Media proficiency, an educational initiative that cannot wait 36 15 51 Q1 87%
    88/692 2008 Belmonte-Arocha Co-educating the gaze against gender stereotypes in TV 33 18 51 Q1 86%
    89/692 2018 Díez-Gutiérrez Ubiquitous learning ecologies for a critical cybercitizenship 25 26 51 Q1 86%
    90/692 2015 Fedorov The framework of media education and media criticism in the contemporary world: The opinion of international experts 30 20 50 Q1 86%
    91/692 2018 Osuna-Acedo From sMOOC to tMOOC, learning towards professional transference. ECO European Project 29 21 50 Q1 86%
    92/692 2013 Hernández-Merayo Interactive youth and civic cultures: The educational, mediatic and political meaning of the 15M 28 22 50 Q1 86%
    93/692 2018 del-Rey 'Asegúrate' Program: Effects on cyber-aggression and its risk factors 25 25 50 Q1 86%
    94/692 2014 Leinonen Design thinking and collaborative learning 24 26 50 Q1 86%
    95/692 2010 Hennion Loving music: From a sociology of mediation to a pragmatics of taste 32 17 49 Q1 85%
    96/692 2014 Lee Media literacy and information literacy: Similarities and differences 26 23 49 Q1 85%
    97/692 2013 de-Filippo Spanish scientific output in communication sciences in WOS. The scientific journals in SSCI (2007-12) 24 25 49 Q1 85%
    98/692 2015 Sureda-Negre Academic plagiarism among secondary and High School students: Differences in gender and procrastination 24 25 49 Q1 85%
    99/692 2018 Senabre Participatory design of citizen science experiments 24 25 49 Q1 85%
    100/692 2015 Colombo New elders, old divides: ICTs, inequalities and well being amongst young elderly Italians 22 27 49 Q1 85%
    101/692 2012 Ramírez-Orellana Attitudes and beliefs of secondary teachers about Internet use in their classrooms 28 19 47 Q1 85%
    102/692 2009 García-Galera A theoretical analysis proposal on mobile phone use by adolescents 26 21 47 Q1 84%
    103/692 2019 García-Martín Use of technologies and academic performance in adolescent students 26 21 47 Q1 84%
    104/692 2015 Gómez-Mompart Spanish journalists and the loss of news quality: Professional judgements 22 25 47 Q1 84%
    105/692 2016 Gutiérrez-Martín Watching and tweeting: Youngsters’ responses to media representations of resistance 26 20 46 Q1 84%
    106/692 2018 Montes-Vozmediano Teen videos on YouTube: Features and digital vulnerabilities 25 21 46 Q1 84%
    107/692 2016 de-Andrés-del-Campo The transformative image. The power of a photograph for social change: The death of Aylan 25 21 46 Q1 84%
    108/692 2018 Pérez-Manzano Gamification and transmedia for scientific promotion and for encouraging scientific careers in adolescents 24 22 46 Q1 84%
    109/692 2017 Álvarez-García Cyberaggression among adolescents: Prevalence and gender differences 37 8 45 Q1 83%
    110/692 2017 Hernández-Serrano From prosumer to prodesigner: Participatory news consumption 26 19 45 Q1 83%
    111/692 2009 Camps-Cervera Media education beyond school 25 20 45 Q1 83%
    112/692 2019 Miralles-Martínez Digital resources and didactic methodology in the initial training of History teachers 19 26 45 Q1 83%
    113/692 2012 Soep The digital afterlife of youth-made media: Implications for media literacy education 22 22 44 Q1 83%
    114/692 2018 Yudes-Gómez Cyberbullying and problematic Internet use in Colombia, Uruguay and Spain: Cross-cultural study 21 23 44 Q1 83%
    115/692 2017 Fombona M-learning and augmented reality: A review of the scientific literature on the WoS repository 20 24 44 Q1 83%
    116/692 2018 Bartau-Rojas Parental mediation of the Internet use of Primary students: beliefs, strategies and difficulties 19 25 44 Q1 82%
    117/692 2008 Pérez-Tornero Multi-screen society: a challenge for media literacy 31 12 43 Q1 82%
    118/692 2012 Dezuanni «Prosuming» across cultures: Youth creating and discussing digital media across borders 26 17 43 Q1 82%
    119/692 2013 Erstad Learning lives connected: Digital youth across school and community spaces 23 20 43 Q1 82%
    120/692 2019 García-Valcárcel-Muñoz-Repiso Robotics to develop computational thinking in early Childhood Education 18 25 43 Q1 82%
    121/692 2010 Cabero-Almenara Online students´ satisfaction with blended tearning 24 18 42 Q1 82%
    122/692 2015 Hernández-Carranza Evaluation of digital didactic skills in massive open online courses: A contribution to the Latin American movement 20 22 42 Q1 82%
    123/692 2014 Gomes-Franco-Silva Internet as a haven and social shield. Problematic uses of the network by young Spaniards 23 18 41 Q1 81%
    124/692 2012 Moeller «The world unplugged» and «24 Hours without media»: Media literacy to develop self-awareness regarding media 22 19 41 Q1 81%
    125/692 2013 Stornaiuolo Expanding community: Youth, social networking and schools 21 20 41 Q1 81%
    126/692 2011 Gutiérrez-Recacha People with intellectual disability and ICTs 21 20 41 Q1 81%
    127/692 2017 Cuesta-Cambra The cognitive processing of an educational app with EEG and ’Eye Tracking’ 19 22 41 Q1 81%
    128/692 2016 Peña-Fernández European newspapers’ digital transition: New products and new audiences 19 22 41 Q1 81%
    129/692 2018 Aparici Prosumers and emirecs: Analysis of two confronted theories 24 16 40 Q1 81%
    130/692 2014 Rubia-Avi Revolution in education: Computer support for collaborative learning 21 19 40 Q1 80%
    131/692 2017 Hershkovizt Teacher-student relationship and Facebook-mediated communication: Student perceptions 20 20 40 Q1 80%
    132/692 2016 Román-García Adults and elders and their use of ICTs. Media competence of digital immigrants 19 21 40 Q1 80%
    133/692 2009 Frau-Meigs Media education policy: Towards a global rationale 27 12 39 Q1 80%
    134/692 2012 Wilson Media and information literacy: Pedagogy and possibilities 24 15 39 Q1 80%
    135/692 2016 Gertrudis-Casado Professional information skills and open data. Challenges for citizen empowerment and social change 23 16 39 Q1 80%
    136/692 2011 Checa-Olmos Spaniards’ perspective of immigration. The role of the media 20 19 39 Q1 80%
    137/692 2016 Suárez-Guerrero Teachers’ perceptions of the digital transformation of the classroom through the use of tablets: A study in spain 19 20 39 Q1 79%
    138/692 2015 Dornaleteche-Ruiz Categorization, item selection and implementation of an online digital literacy test as media literacy indicator 21 17 38 Q1 79%
    139/692 2017 Valdemoros-San-Emeterio Digital leisure and perceived family functioning in youth of upper Secondary Education 20 18 38 Q1 79%
    140/692 2019 Engen Understanding social and cultural aspects of teachers’ digital competencies 18 20 38 Q1 79%
    141/692 2007 Galán-Fajardo Gender construction and spanish fiction TV 37 0 37 Q1 79%
    142/692 2011 Collis Flexibility in higher education: Revisiting expectations 22 15 37 Q1 79%
    143/692 2011 Gozálvez-Pérez Education for democratic citizenship in a digital culture 22 15 37 Q1 79%
    144/692 2011 Aguaded Children and young people: The new interactive generations 20 17 37 Q1 78%
    145/692 2015 Añaños-Carrasco Eyetracker technology in elderly people: How integrated television content is paid attention to and processed 19 18 37 Q1 78%
    146/692 2014 Aguaded From infoxication to the right to communicate 25 11 36 Q1 78%
    147/692 2018 Aran-Ramspott YouTubers' social functions and their influence on pre-adolescence 18 18 36 Q1 78%
    148/692 2015 Álvarez Information literacy grade of Secondary School teachers in Spain. Beliefs and self-perceptions 18 18 36 Q1 78%
    149/692 2012 Kendall Critical media literacy after the media 16 20 36 Q1 78%
    150/692 2011 Steinbeck Building creative competence in globally distributed courses through design thinking 23 12 35 Q1 78%
    151/692 2009 Aguaded The European Parliament bets on media literacy 22 13 35 Q1 77%
    152/692 2012 Orozco-Gómez Educational challenges in times of mass self-communication: A dialogue among audience 20 15 35 Q1 77%
    153/692 2019 Santana-Vega Adolescents problematic mobile phone use, Fear of Missing Out and family communication 17 18 35 Q1 77%
    154/692 2015 Sánchez-Vera Challenges in the creation, development and implementation of MOOCs: Web Science course at the university of Southampton 15 20 35 Q1 77%
    155/692 2010 Sureda-Negre Internet access by minors at home: Usage norms imposed by parents 20 14 34 Q1 77%
    156/692 2014 Berrío-Zapata The digital divide in the university: The appropriation of ICT in Higher Education students from Bogota, Colombia 18 16 34 Q1 77%
    157/692 2009 Díaz-Noci Multimedia and reading ways: a state of the art 17 17 34 Q1 77%
    158/692 2012 Pérez-Tornero Teacher training in media education: Curriculum and international experiences 21 12 33 Q1 76%
    159/692 2013 Aguaded Media programme (UE) - International support for media education 19 14 33 Q1 76%
    160/692 2009 Cebrián-Herreros New forms of communication in the cybermedia 18 15 33 Q1 76%
    161/692 2011 Said-Hung The cyber media in Latin America and Web 2.0 17 16 33 Q1 76%
    162/692 2013 Erjavec Informal learning through Facebook among Slovenian pupils 14 19 33 Q1 76%
    163/692 2017 Baraybar-Fernández Evaluation of emotional responses to television advertising through neuromarketing 13 20 33 Q1 76%
    164/692 2015 Casado-Muñoz Active ageing and access to technology: An evolving empirical study 12 21 33 Q1 76%
    165/692 2014 Ruiz-del-Olmo Young people as users of branded applications on mobile devices 19 13 32 Q1 75%
    166/692 2011 Aguaded Media education: An international unstoppable phenomenon UN, Europe and Spain support for edu-communication 18 14 32 Q1 75%
    167/692 2012 Aguaded United Nations aiming at media literacy education 17 15 32 Q1 75%
    168/692 2013 Buckingham Learning about power and citizenship in an online virtual world 16 16 32 Q1 75%
    169/692 2018 Rodríguez-Gómez Problematic uses of ICTs among young people in their personal and school life 16 16 32 Q1 75%
    170/692 2017 Tuzel The use of social media and popular culture to advance cross-cultural understanding 16 16 32 Q1 75%
    171/692 2018 Gutiérrez-Porlán Strategies for the communication and collaborative online work by university students 15 17 32 Q1 75%
    172/692 2020 Ramírez-Montoya Systematic review of mixed methods in the framework of educational innovation 11 21 32 Q1 74%
    173/692 2013 Arcila-Calderón The e-research on media & communications: Attitudes, tools and practices in Latin America researchers 17 14 31 Q1 74%
    174/692 2014 Humanes-Humanes College students’ views about journalism education in Spain 17 14 31 Q2 74%
    175/692 2019 Zhang The ‘danmu’ phenomenon and media participation: Intercultural understanding and language learning through ‘The... 16 15 31 Q2 74%
    176/692 2016 Oberst Gender stereotypes 2.0: Self-representations of adolescents on Facebook 16 15 31 Q2 74%
    177/692 2018 Soler-Adillon Wikipedia in higher education: Changes in perceived value through content contribution 16 15 31 Q2 74%
    178/692 2018 Malo-Cerrato Excessive use of social networks: Psychosocial profile of Spanish adolescents 11 20 31 Q2 74%
    179/692 2011 Rodríguez-Ferrándiz From cultural industries to entertainment and creative industries. The boundaries of the cultural field 21 9 30 Q2 73%
    180/692 2014 Linne Common uses of Facebook among adolescents from different social sectors in Buenos Aires city 20 10 30 Q2 73%
    181/692 2017 Álvarez-Arregui Ecosystems of media training and competence: International assessment of its implementation in Higher education 19 11 30 Q2 73%
    182/692 2017 Vidales-Bolaños Connected teens: Measuring the impact of mobile phones on social relationships through social capital 19 11 30 Q2 73%
    183/692 2011 Lozano-Martínez Software for teaching emotions to students with autism spectrum disorder 18 12 30 Q2 73%
    184/692 2014 Condeza-Dall’Orso News consumption among Chilean adolescents: Interest, motivations and perceptions on the news agenda 14 16 30 Q2 73%
    185/692 2011 Martínez-Pecino University senior students on the Web 14 16 30 Q2 73%
    186/692 2014 Minelli-de-Oliveira Exploring student and teacher perception of E-textbooks in a Primary School 19 10 29 Q2 72%
    187/692 2017 Ferrés Communication efficiency in education: Increasing emotions and storytelling 18 11 29 Q2 72%
    188/692 2009 Islas Understanding cultural convergence through media ecology 18 11 29 Q2 72%
    189/692 2014 Domingo-Coscollola Researching on and with young people: Collaborating and educating 17 12 29 Q2 72%
    190/692 2009 Marcos-López Mobile learning as a tool for the development of communication skills in virtual discussion boards 17 12 29 Q2 72%
    191/692 2018 Ramos-Soler Online risk perception in young people and its effects on digital behaviour 16 13 29 Q2 72%
    192/692 2019 Colás-Bravo The development of the digital teaching competence from a sociocultural approach 16 13 29 Q2 72%
    193/692 2013 Turan The reasons for non-use of social networking websites by university students 16 13 29 Q2 71%
    194/692 2012 Culver Media literacy and its use as a method to encourage civic engagement 15 14 29 Q2 71%
    195/692 2019 Santoveña-Casal Exploring the influence of the teacher: Social participation on Twitter and academic perception 15 14 29 Q2 71%
    196/692 2016 González-Lizárraga Cyberactivism: A new form of participation for university students 14 15 29 Q2 71%
    197/692 2018 Rey Emotional intelligence and peer cybervictimisation in adolescents: Gender as moderator 13 16 29 Q2 71%
    198/692 2015 Monedero-Moya Usability and satisfaction in multimedia annotation tools for MOOCs 13 16 29 Q2 71%
    199/692 2017 Berganza Spanish journalists’ perception about their professional roles 11 18 29 Q2 71%
    200/692 2016 Lacalle The representation of workingwomen in Spanish television fiction 17 11 28 Q2 70%
    201/692 2019 Gallego-Arrufat Competence of future teachers in the digital security area 16 12 28 Q2 70%
    202/692 2009 Guarinos-Galán Televisual teenager phenomena. Adolescent prototypes in TV series in Spain 15 13 28 Q2 70%
    203/692 2018 Giménez-Gualdo Teachers’ and students’ perception about cyberbullying. Intervention and coping strategies in primary and secondary... 14 14 28 Q2 70%
    204/692 2014 Costa Use of the Internet in educative informal contexts. Implication for formal education 14 14 28 Q2 70%
    205/692 2019 Vizcaíno-Verdú Reading and informal learning trends on YouTube: The booktuber 21 6 27 Q2 70%
    206/692 2012 Gómez-Zermeño Digital libraries: Electronic bibliographic resources on basic education 21 6 27 Q2 70%
    207/692 2013 Tello-Díaz Intimacy and «extimacy» in social networks. Ethical boundaries of facebook 16 11 27 Q2 69%
    208/692 2012 Gutiérrez-Martín Media literacy in multiple contexts 14 13 27 Q2 69%
    209/692 2012 McCloskey Global teachers: A conceptual model for building teachers’ intercultural competence online 15 11 26 Q2 69%
    210/692 2019 Gee Designing for deep learning in the context of digital and social media 12 14 26 Q2 69%
    211/692 2017 Wong Seamless language learning: Second language learning with social media 12 14 26 Q2 69%
    212/692 2011 Rincón New television narratives: Entertainment, telling, citizenship, experimental 19 6 25 Q2 69%
    213/692 2014 Fernández-Sánchez A community of practice: An intervention model based on computer supported collaborative learning 17 8 25 Q2 69%
    214/692 2013 Berlanga-Fernández Ethos, pathos and logos in Facebook. User networking: New «rhetor» of the 21th century 17 8 25 Q2 68%
    215/692 2013 Martínez-Pastor Gender representation in advertising of toys in the Christmas period (2009-12) 17 8 25 Q2 68%
    216/692 2008 Marta-Lazo The process of TV reception as contextual interaction 16 9 25 Q2 68%
    217/692 2011 Mastrini Structure, concentration and changes of the media system in the Southern Cone of Latin America 15 10 25 Q2 68%
    218/692 2016 Arrabal-Sánchez Communicating in 140 characters. How journalists in Spain use Twitter 13 12 25 Q2 68%
    219/692 2016 Alvídrez Powerful communication style on Twitter: Effects on credibility and civic participation 13 12 25 Q2 68%
    220/692 2012 Pérez-Latorre From chess to StarCraft. A comparative analysis of traditional games and videogames 12 13 25 Q2 68%
    221/692 2019 Sáez-López Application of the ubiquitous game with augmented reality in Primary Education 11 14 25 Q2 67%
    222/692 2009 Navarro-Zamora Fifteen years of online journalism. Interaction and hypertextuality 11 14 25 Q2 67%
    223/692 2018 Larrañaga Socio-cognitive and emotional factors on perpetration of cyberbullying 10 15 25 Q2 67%
    224/692 2008 García-de-Castro Renewal movements in the Spanish television series 10 15 25 Q2 67%
    225/692 2016 Dias-Fonseca Media education as a strategy for online civic participation in Portuguese schools 15 9 24 Q2 67%
    226/692 2018 Cassany Communicating science: The profile of science journalists in Spain 14 10 24 Q2 67%
    227/692 2017 Sánchez-Valle Parent’s influence on acquiring critical Internet skills 12 12 24 Q2 67%
    228/692 2010 Hormigos-Ruiz Music distribution in the consumer society: The creation of cultural identities through sound 17 6 23 Q2 66%
    229/692 2011 Méndiz-Noguero Young people’s attitudes towards and evaluations of mobile TV 15 8 23 Q2 66%
    230/692 2011 Duart The Net on teaching processes at the university 13 10 23 Q2 66%
    231/692 2013 Casanueva-Rocha Spanish communication academia: Scientific productivity vs. Social activity 13 10 23 Q2 66%
    232/692 2020 Romeu-Fontanillas Mirroring learning ecologies of outstanding teachers to integrate ICTs in the classroom 13 10 23 Q2 66%
    233/692 2016 Ricaurte-Quijano The Wiki learning project: Wikipedia as an open learning environment 13 10 23 Q2 66%
    234/692 2013 Middaugh New media as a tool for civic learning 12 11 23 Q2 66%
    235/692 2010 Bull iPod: A personalized sound world for its consumers 12 11 23 Q2 65%
    236/692 2017 Van-Hove The tablet for second language vocabulary learning: Keyboard, stylus or multiple choice 12 11 23 Q2 65%
    237/692 2015 Piñeiro-Otero ARG (Alternate reality games). Contributions, limitations, and potentialities to the service of the teaching at the... 11 12 23 Q2 65%
    238/692 2017 Amiama-Espaillat Digital reading and reading competence. The influence in the Z generation from the Dominican Republic 9 14 23 Q2 65%
    239/692 2012 Yuste-Tosina Synchronous virtual environments for e-assessment in Higher education 15 7 22 Q2 65%
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    489/692 2015 Muellner Annotations and the ancient greek hero: Past, present, and future 3 2 5 Q3 29%
    490/692 2009 Sevillano-García Television, attitudes, and drugs in adolescents: Research on their effects 3 2 5 Q3 29%
    491/692 2008 Vergara-del-Solar TV in the daily life of children: the case of Santiago de Chile 3 2 5 Q3 29%
    492/692 2020 Martínez Online parental mediation strategies in family contexts of Spain 3 2 5 Q3 29%
    493/692 2008 Loscertales-Abril Watching movies at home: an overview to family socialization 3 2 5 Q3 28%
    494/692 2017 Sun Stop-motion to foster digital literacy in Elementary School 2 3 5 Q3 28%
    495/692 2020 Salinas-Ibáñez Construction of personalized learning pathways through mixed methods 2 3 5 Q3 28%
    496/692 2010 Aierbe-Barandiaran Intimacy in television programs: Adolescents’ perception 2 3 5 Q3 28%
    497/692 2018 Piñeiro-Otero Radio studies: An overview from the Ibero-American academia 2 3 5 Q3 28%
    498/692 2008 Callejo-Gallego The right to access to the media: methodological reflections 2 3 5 Q3 28%
    499/692 2010 Bazalgette Analogue sunset. The educational role of the British Film Institute, 1979-2007 2 3 5 Q3 28%
    500/692 2014 Espinosa-Bayal Adolescent television consumers: Self-perceptions about their rights 2 3 5 Q3 27%
    501/692 2018 Orosa-Roldán Postdrama culture in Ecuador and Spain: Methodological framework and comparative study 1 4 5 Q3 27%
    502/692 2007 Rodríguez-Merchán Cinema teaching in Spain. A historical perspective and a contemporary view 4 0 4 Q3 27%
    503/692 2007 Gabelas-Barroso A view of media education in Spain 4 0 4 Q3 27%
    504/692 2007 Reia-Baptista Towards a media literacy: examples of the Portuguese speaking context 4 0 4 Q3 27%
    505/692 2007 Calvo-Salvador Social exclusion and technology 4 0 4 Q3 27%
    506/692 2009 Fernández Broadcast yourself: Oxymoron or media mistake? 3 1 4 Q3 27%
    507/692 2008 Marín-Montín Teaching sport with TV 3 1 4 Q3 26%
    508/692 2008 Perceval-Verde Oral-gestural, writing, audio, audiovisual and… digital? The five degrees of communication in education 3 1 4 Q3 26%
    509/692 2020 Jiménez-Morales Childhood use of mobile devices: Influence of mothers’ socio-educational level 3 1 4 Q3 26%
    510/692 2008 Lull The active pleasures of expression and communication 3 1 4 Q3 26%
    511/692 2020 Masilamani eHealth literacy of late adolescents: Credibility and quality of health information through smartphones in India 3 1 4 Q3 26%
    512/692 2008 Aguaded University television and public service 3 1 4 Q3 26%
    513/692 2011 Hirsjärvi Children and new media: Youth media participation. A case study of Egypt and Finland 2 2 4 Q3 26%
    514/692 2019 Edo Content syndication in news aggregators. Towards devaluation of professional journalistic criterio 2 2 4 Q3 25%
    515/692 2020 Escobar-Mamani WhatsApp for the development of oral and written communication skills in Peruvian adolescents 2 2 4 Q3 25%
    516/692 2008 Guerra-Liaño The TV: an educational tool in the context of the family 2 2 4 Q3 25%
    517/692 2008 Ubreva-Amor Image as a daily learning opportunity 2 2 4 Q3 25%
    518/692 2010 Suhr Understanding the emergence of social protocols on MySpace: Impact and its ramifications 2 2 4 Q3 25%
    519/692 2018 Souza-Leal Violence against Brazilian women in public and mediatic spheres 2 2 4 Q3 25%
    520/692 2010 Nogueira-Tavares Understanding cinema: The avant-gardes and the construction of film discourse 2 2 4 Q4 25%
    521/692 2020 Bonami Education, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: Mixed methods in digital platforms 2 2 4 Q4 24%
    522/692 2021 Feijoo Parents' and children's perception on social media advertising 2 2 4 Q4 24%
    523/692 2018 Martínez-Roa Perceptions and participation in community radio stations in Nariño-Colombia 2 2 4 Q4 24%
    524/692 2021 Ferrero-de-Lucas ICT and knowledge management in Teaching and Engineering Students 2 2 4 Q4 24%
    525/692 2018 Mateos Video artivism: The poetics of symbolic conflict 2 2 4 Q4 24%
    526/692 2010 Reia-Baptista Film languages in the European collective memory 2 2 4 Q4 24%
    527/692 2008 Revuelta-Blanco Image Pedagogy: TV advertisement critical reading 2 2 4 Q4 24%
    528/692 2012 Gértrudix-Barrio Music in virtual worlds. Study on the representation spaces 2 2 4 Q4 23%
    529/692 2020 Gómez-Gonzalvo Video game usage time in adolescents’ academic performance 2 2 4 Q4 23%
    530/692 2008 Medrano-Samaniego Are there social stereotypes in teenagers´ viewing habits? 2 2 4 Q4 23%
    531/692 2018 Clua Youth impact on the public sphere in Press and Twitter: The dissolution of the Spanish Youth Council 2 2 4 Q4 23%
    532/692 2009 Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez The media and the meeting of cultures, in pro of cultural coexistence 1 3 4 Q4 23%
    533/692 2019 de-la-Garza-Montemayor Online political participation of young people in Mexico, Spain and Chile 1 3 4 Q4 23%
    534/692 2020 Halpern School performance: New multimedia resources versus traditional notes 1 3 4 Q4 23%
    535/692 2008 Gómez-Aguilar Education in mobility 1 3 4 Q4 22%
    536/692 2008 López-de-la-Roche Do young audiences learn from media? 3 0 3 Q4 22%
    537/692 2007 Moro-Rodríguez Values education through television advertising 3 0 3 Q4 22%
    538/692 2007 Krucsay Media education in Austria: competence, communication, autonomy 3 0 3 Q4 22%
    539/692 2010 Bruhn-Jensen The sounds of media. An interdisciplinary review of research on sound as communication 3 0 3 Q4 22%
    540/692 2007 Palacio-Arranz Cultural Studies and film in Spain 3 0 3 Q4 22%
    541/692 2008 Daolio Viewing comprehension: an educational experience interpreting television sports from Brazil 2 1 3 Q4 22%
    542/692 2010 Ruiz-del-Olmo Language and collective identity in Buñuel. Propaganda in the film «España 1936» 2 1 3 Q4 21%
    543/692 2017 Adams Promoting adolescents’ moral advertising literacy in Secondary Education 2 1 3 Q4 21%
    544/692 2015 Drula Forms of media convergence and multimedia content . A Romanian perspective 2 1 3 Q4 21%
    545/692 2009 Akyeampong Making the introduction of multi-media technologies count in education reform in Africa: The case of Ghana 2 1 3 Q4 21%
    546/692 2012 Tayie Young people’s interaction with media in Egypt, India, Finland, Argentina and Kenya 2 1 3 Q4 21%
    547/692 2011 Lull Communicating culture: An evolutionary explanation 2 1 3 Q4 21%
    548/692 2008 de-Souza The use of digital video in class: a pedagogical proposition 2 1 3 Q4 21%
    549/692 2009 Banda Exploring media education as civic praxis in Africa 2 1 3 Q4 20%
    550/692 2013 Aran-Ramspott The notion of violence in television fiction: Children’s interpretation 2 1 3 Q4 20%
    551/692 2021 Ortega-Mohedano Predicting wellbeing in children’s use of smart screen devices 2 1 3 Q4 20%
    552/692 2017 Porta-Navarro Music and its significance in children favourite audiovisuals 2 1 3 Q4 20%
    553/692 2011 García-García Structures and archetypal content in advertising communication 2 1 3 Q4 20%
    554/692 2008 Gutiérrez-Martín Media education in the digital age 1 2 3 Q4 20%
    555/692 2018 Gou Towards understanding young children’s digital lives in China and Australia 1 2 3 Q4 20%
    556/692 2009 Das Media education as a development project: Connecting emancipatory interests and governance in India 1 2 3 Q4 19%
    557/692 2008 Herrera-Damas The newsombudsman as an instrument for media education 1 2 3 Q4 19%
    558/692 2019 Katherine-Chen Taiwanese university students’ smartphone use and the privacy paradox 1 2 3 Q4 19%
    559/692 2008 Matos Watching TV with family 1 2 3 Q4 19%
    560/692 2009 Neitzel Investigating the reading process by means of collaborative environment 1 2 3 Q4 19%
    561/692 2019 Sastre-Riba From high intellectual ability to genius: Profiles of perfectionism 1 2 3 Q4 19%
    562/692 2009 Cheung Education reform as an agent of change: The development of media literacy in Hong Kong during the last decade 1 2 3 Q4 19%
    563/692 2008 de-Pablos-Coello ‘Communicative Frenzy’ as disinformation 1 2 3 Q4 18%
    564/692 2008 Rosique-Cedillo The TV viewers associations facing the audiovisual communication challenge 1 2 3 Q4 18%
    565/692 2009 Jeong History, policy, and practices of media education in South Korea 1 2 3 Q4 18%
    566/692 2015 Recalde-Viana Telecommunication industry contributions to child online protection 1 2 3 Q4 18%
    567/692 2008 Martín-Barbero The explosion of narratives and the multiplication of readings 0 3 3 Q4 18%
    568/692 2014 Aguaded Research as a strategy for training educommunicators: Master and doctorate 0 3 3 Q4 18%
    569/692 2007 Gómez-Tarín Cinematographic narrative and education for cinema 2 0 2 Q4 18%
    570/692 2008 Aguaded 2 0 2 Q4 17%
    571/692 2012 Martínez-Martínez Color in child espots: Chromatic prevalence and relation with the brand logo 2 0 2 Q4 17%
    572/692 2007 Bazalgette Media education in the UK 2 0 2 Q4 17%
    573/692 2007 Bevort Media education in France: a hard consolidation with good prospects 2 0 2 Q4 17%
    574/692 2008 López-Romero A descriptive study of TV consumption in children in Primary and High schools 2 0 2 Q4 17%
    575/692 2015 Cornelio-Marí Mexican children and American cartoons: Foreign references in animation 2 0 2 Q4 17%
    576/692 2021 Gómez-García Newsgames against hate speech in the refugee crisis 2 0 2 Q4 17%
    577/692 2011 Avendaño-Ruz Television and its new expressions 1 1 2 Q4 16%
    578/692 2020 Bernardo Bullying and cyberbullying: Variables that influence university dropout 1 1 2 Q4 16%
    579/692 2009 Salomon The role of broadcasting regulation in media literacy 1 1 2 Q4 16%
    580/692 2008 Maeso-Rubio TV and education in values 1 1 2 Q4 16%
    581/692 2009 Hernando-Gómez A WebQuest for vocational guidance in High Schools 1 1 2 Q4 16%
    582/692 2008 Torres-Lana The deceitful sight: audiovisual dictatorship and democratic counterpower 1 1 2 Q4 16%
    583/692 2020 Möller-Recondo New genius-entrepreneurs: Itinerary and trajectories of university educational excellence 1 1 2 Q4 16%
    584/692 2009 Orhon Media education in Turkey: Toward a multi-stakeholder framework 1 1 2 Q4 15%
    585/692 2021 Mariën Coping with distress among adolescents: Effectiveness of personal narratives on support websites 1 1 2 Q4 15%
    586/692 2019 Castelló-Tarrida The role of knowledge structures in adult excellence. An approach from expert functioning 1 1 2 Q4 15%
    587/692 2020 Díaz-Bustamante Perceived sexualization in girls' fashion stylings: A Spain-China cross-cultural analysis 1 1 2 Q4 15%
    588/692 2008 Granado-Palma Another audio-visual education 1 1 2 Q4 15%
    589/692 2020 Dagnino The role of supporting technologies in a mixed methods research design 1 1 2 Q4 15%
    590/692 2021 Wright Youths’ coping with cyberhate: Roles of parental mediation and family support 1 1 2 Q4 15%
    591/692 2008 Rodríguez-Fuentes Watching TV with visual impaired children 1 1 2 Q4 14%
    592/692 2020 Lerma-Noriega InContext: A mobile application for the improvement of learning strategies at University 1 1 2 Q4 14%
    593/692 2008 Luna Audiovisual education to promote multiple competences 1 1 2 Q4 14%
    594/692 2017 Ledo-Andión The role of original version cinema into the European digital space 1 1 2 Q4 14%
    595/692 2008 Moreno-García Values education in childhood TV programmes 1 1 2 Q4 14%
    596/692 2008 Grupo-Spectus Creative analysis of publicity in virtual environments 1 1 2 Q4 14%
    597/692 2021 Núñez Anxiety and self-esteem in cyber-victimization profiles of adolescents 1 1 2 Q4 14%
    598/692 2009 Opertti Curricular contribution to media education: A work in progress 1 1 2 Q4 13%
    599/692 2008 González-Oñate «Cuatro»: the new strategy of television trademark to connect with young people 0 2 2 Q4 13%
    600/692 2008 Chacón-Gordillo The use of women as sex objects in advertising 0 2 2 Q4 13%
    601/692 2008 Orozco-Gómez Audiences and screens in America 1 0 1 Q4 13%
    602/692 2007 Álvarez-Suárez Newspapers as a didactic resource for the environmental education 1 0 1 Q4 13%
    603/692 2008 Sánchez-Igual Education is in the hands of four actors: parents, teachers, children and TV 1 0 1 Q4 13%
    604/692 2007 Llorente-Cejudo Towards e-learning from free software. Moodle like a Learning Managament System (LMS) within reach of all 1 0 1 Q4 13%
    605/692 2009 Naji Media education issues for professionals and citizens: Bridging the divides in countries of the South 1 0 1 Q4 12%
    606/692 2008 Gordillo-Álvarez TV and strategies to promote consumption among young girls 1 0 1 Q4 12%
    607/692 2007 Ruano-López Culture and television. A controversial relation 1 0 1 Q4 12%
    608/692 2008 Aguilar-González Transverse readings: how to build critical audiences 1 0 1 Q4 12%
    609/692 2008 Soto-Romero Educating the sight and the audiovisual writing 1 0 1 Q4 12%
    610/692 2009 Prieto-Cruz Information sources and drugs consumption. TV: A risk factor in schoolchildren 1 0 1 Q4 12%
    611/692 2008 Aguaded 1 0 1 Q4 12%
    612/692 2018 Díaz-Fernández Spies and security: Assessing the impact of animated videos on intelligence services in school children 1 0 1 Q4 11%
    613/692 2008 Reia-Baptista Who sees what? Contributions for an open debate about television in the context of media literacy 1 0 1 Q4 11%
    614/692 2007 Kickert Media education in Luxembourg 1 0 1 Q4 11%
    615/692 2013 Mañana-Rodríguez The multidisciplinarity in Spanish and foreign communication journals 1 0 1 Q4 11%
    616/692 2008 Clarembeaux The critical education of young people about TV: countries in northern and central Europe 1 0 1 Q4 11%
    617/692 2016 Duarte-Hueros The audiovisual content downloads among university students 1 0 1 Q4 11%
    618/692 2007 Raposo-Rivas Didactic use of web page pertaining to department in Secondary Schools 1 0 1 Q4 11%
    619/692 2007 Ginesta-Portet Values in sport: a pedagogical experience with the football match Barça-Madrid 1 0 1 Q4 10%
    620/692 2007 Clarembeaux Media education in the French Community of Belgium 1 0 1 Q4 10%
    621/692 2010 de-Aguilera-Moyano Mediations in the new digital landscape. Music and screens 0 1 1 Q4 10%
    622/692 2008 de-Oliveira-Soares The right to screens: from media education to educommunication in Brazil 0 1 1 Q4 10%
    623/692 2020 Denia The impact of science communication on Twitter: The case of Neil deGrasse Tyson 0 1 1 Q4 10%
    624/692 2008 Jacks Reception studies and cultural identity 0 1 1 Q4 10%
    625/692 2021 Kong Motivation and perception of Hong Kong university students about social media news 0 1 1 Q4 10%
    626/692 2008 Roel-Vecino TV, contents and childhood: keys to teach TV watching 0 0 0 Q4 9%
    627/692 2008 Rius-Sanchis The «TV baby sitter» phenomenon as a modern cathodic «Super-nanny» 0 0 0 Q4 9%
    628/692 2008 Pereira Backstage of TV for children: criteria underlying programming construction 0 0 0 Q4 9%
    629/692 2020 Rummler Mobile learning for homework: Emerging cultural practices in the new media ecology 0 0 0 Q4 9%
    630/692 2008 Lamuedra-Graván How to educate the gaze and manufacture the news: the citizen in the BBC broadcast information 0 0 0 Q4 9%
    631/692 2008 Vera-Aranda Teaching to watch television with a critical spirit 0 0 0 Q4 9%
    632/692 2009 Wilson Implementing mandates in media education: The Ontario experience 0 0 0 Q4 9%
    633/692 2008 Rivoltella TV and children in Italy: experiences on teaching television 0 0 0 Q4 8%
    634/692 2008 Díaz-Gómez Hypermedia project: TV magnifying glass 0 0 0 Q4 8%
    635/692 2010 wa-Mukuma The role of musical instruments in the globalization of music 0 0 0 Q4 8%
    636/692 2008 de-Oliveira-Souza Chalk, camera, action: an experiment in reading and production of the image for teachers´ training 0 0 0 Q4 8%
    637/692 2008 Peralta-Ferreyra TV: responsibility in socialization 0 0 0 Q4 8%
    638/692 2008 Fernández-Baena Educational TV and teachers: an impossible relationship? 0 0 0 Q4 8%
    639/692 2010 Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez European cinema, memory of Europe 0 0 0 Q4 8%
    640/692 2008 Cabrera-González Television consumption and profiles of the hearings: a customized way to watch TV 0 0 0 Q4 7%
    641/692 2008 Ruiz-Trujillo Educative TV or TV-sitter?: attitudes towards the current TV 0 0 0 Q4 7%
    642/692 2008 Maturana Television literacy at the «kindergarden» 0 0 0 Q4 7%
    643/692 2008 Hidalgo-Rodríguez Aesthetic education in television animation 0 0 0 Q4 7%
    644/692 2008 Novelli-Osorio Television of proximity and audiovisual literacy 0 0 0 Q4 7%
    645/692 2008 Martínez-González TV and reality: a proposal for teachers´ training 0 0 0 Q4 7%
    646/692 2008 Masegosa-Hernández Information on TV: youngsters should also be taken into account 0 0 0 Q4 7%
    647/692 2009 Waheed-Khan Foreword 0 0 0 Q4 6%
    648/692 2008 Martínez-Rodrigo The impact of the screen codes 0 0 0 Q4 6%
    649/692 2008 Romero-Carmona The reception of soap operas and the genre perspective 0 0 0 Q4 6%
    650/692 2008 Jiménez-Palacio Pass in language, maths... and TV 0 0 0 Q4 6%
    651/692 2008 Rodríguez-Mateos The consumption of television: a big show 0 0 0 Q4 6%
    652/692 2021 Tur-Porcar Aggressiveness, instability and social-emotional education in an inclusive environment 0 0 0 Q4 6%
    653/692 2008 Barbosa-da-Silva Child-school-TV and their relationship in the readings of the world 0 0 0 Q4 6%
    654/692 2008 Fernández-Martínez Apocalyptics: means and ends 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    655/692 2008 Mariana-Fernández Why teaching to watch TV? 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    656/692 2020 Turan To-friend or not-to-friend with teachers on SNSs: University students' perspectives 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    657/692 2021 Bermejo-Berros The critical dialogical method in Educommunication to develop narrative thinking 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    658/692 2008 Saavedra-Inaraja Teaching to watch TV as part of «Education for the Citizenship» 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    659/692 2008 Aguaded-Gómez The family and the children’s consumption of television: orientations and proposals 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    660/692 2008 Nunes TV online: different ways to watch and interpret 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    661/692 2008 Hernández-Díaz Methodological proposal to educate in mediations 0 0 0 Q4 4%
    662/692 2008 Marín-Díaz TV and family: working together for the education? 0 0 0 Q4 4%
    663/692 2008 Pavón-Rabasco Teaching to watch family from the school and the family 0 0 0 Q4 4%
    664/692 2010 Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez Stories: The history of music that comes and goes 0 0 0 Q4 4%
    665/692 2008 Monescillo-Palomo Psychopedagogic orientation for learning and teaching to watch TV 0 0 0 Q4 4%
    666/692 2008 Pulido-Rodríguez Educating our ways of viewing through the dialogue 0 0 0 Q4 4%
    667/692 2008 Méndez-Garrido Teaching to watch TV is our business 0 0 0 Q4 4%
    668/692 2008 Boza-Osuna Teaching how to watch TV, an outstanding subject 0 0 0 Q4 3%
    669/692 2008 Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez The yellow press 0 0 0 Q4 3%
    670/692 2008 Funes Intelligent audiences: a possible challenge 0 0 0 Q4 3%
    671/692 2021 Galbava Cyberostracism: Emotional and behavioral consequences in social media interactions 0 0 0 Q4 3%
    672/692 2008 Berlanga-Fernández Informative programmes related to the mystery journalism: rubbish TV or informative rigour? 0 0 0 Q4 3%
    673/692 2008 Alvarado-Miquilena Learning to watch TV: from virtual to specialization in the creative use of TV 0 0 0 Q4 3%
    674/692 2008 Vicente-Mariño Screens’ societies: potentialities and limits for media education 0 0 0 Q4 3%
    675/692 2008 Quintão-Carneiro Readings of TV from teenagers storyboards 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    676/692 2008 Moreno-Rodríguez Spain: bottom of the league regarding quality TV 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    677/692 2008 Reigosa-York Relations between school and TV: making visible the invisible 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    678/692 2008 Linde-Navas TV as an instrument of moral education for democratic citizenship 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    679/692 2008 Bacher School and TV: love and mistrust in a liquid environment 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    680/692 2020 Berger Teachers’ mediation practice: Opportunities and risks for youth media behavior 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    681/692 2008 Azaústre-Serrano Learn to observe: «The Boarding School», a proposal for developing critical thinking 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    682/692 2008 Cruz-Díaz Social and educational features in children´s TV programming: «La Banda» at the Radio and Television of Andalucía 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    683/692 2008 Olascoaga Formation of the critical consciousness regarding mass media in Uruguay 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    684/692 2008 Bevort Education on TV in France 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    685/692 2008 Huergo The formative relevance of screens 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    686/692 2008 Torrent Commercialized childhood 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    687/692 2010 Grimshaw Player relationships as mediated through sound in immersive multi-player computer games 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    688/692 2008 Vicente-Encinas TV is our business 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    689/692 2008 González-Sánchez Screens we see, societies we unknow 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    690/692 2008 Comín-Oliver TV is not Mary Poppins 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    691/692 2019 Villareal-Romero Children with grand Imaginaries: Bringing them closer to the world of science 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    692/692 2008 Borges Portuguese RTP2 and the promotion of media education 0 0 0 Q4 1%

     

    2021

    Data update: 2021-09-13

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/20 2021 Manfredi-Sánchez Presidential Twitter in the face of COVID-19: Between populism and pop politics 3 6 9 Q1 94%
    2/20 2021 Mora-Rodríguez News consumption and risk perception of Covid-19 in Spain 3 6 9 Q1 89%
    3/20 2021 Romera Cybergossip, cyberaggression, problematic Internet use and family communication 4 4 8 Q1 84%
    4/20 2021 Rapanta The challenge of inclusive dialogic teaching in public secondary school 4 3 7 Q1 79%
    5/20 2021 Erstad Educational practices to transform and connect schools and communities 3 3 6 Q1 74%
    6/20 2021 Norstrom Internet memes in Covid-19 lockdown times in Poland 3 3 6 Q2 69%
    7/20 2021 Diego-Mantecón STEAM projects with KIKS format for developing key competences 3 3 6 Q2 64%
    8/20 2021 Golob Meta-reflexivity for resilience against disinformation 1 5 6 Q2 59%
    9/20 2021 Gómez-Quintero Media representation of minors who migrate on their own: The 'MENA' in the Spanish press 3 2 5 Q2 54%
    10/20 2021 Feijoo Parents' and children's perception on social media advertising 2 2 4 Q2 50%
    11/20 2021 Ferrero-de-Lucas ICT and knowledge management in Teaching and Engineering Students 2 2 4 Q3 45%
    12/20 2021 Ortega-Mohedano Predicting wellbeing in children’s use of smart screen devices 2 1 3 Q3 40%
    13/20 2021 Gómez-García Newsgames against hate speech in the refugee crisis 2 0 2 Q3 35%
    14/20 2021 Mariën Coping with distress among adolescents: Effectiveness of personal narratives on support websites 1 1 2 Q3 30%
    15/20 2021 Wright Youths’ coping with cyberhate: Roles of parental mediation and family support 1 1 2 Q3 25%
    16/20 2021 Núñez Anxiety and self-esteem in cyber-victimization profiles of adolescents 1 1 2 Q4 20%
    17/20 2021 Kong Motivation and perception of Hong Kong university students about social media news 0 1 1 Q4 15%
    18/20 2021 Galbava Cyberostracism: Emotional and behavioral consequences in social media interactions 0 0 0 Q4 10%
    19/20 2021 Tur-Porcar Aggressiveness, instability and social-emotional education in an inclusive environment 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    20/20 2021 Bermejo-Berros The critical dialogical method in Educommunication to develop narrative thinking 0 0 0 Q4 1%

     

    2020

    Data update: 2021-09-13

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/40 2020 Ramírez-Montoya Systematic review of mixed methods in the framework of educational innovation 11 21 32 Q1 97%
    2/40 2020 Romeu-Fontanillas Mirroring learning ecologies of outstanding teachers to integrate ICTs in the classroom 13 10 23 Q1 94%
    3/40 2020 Han Personalised learning networks in the university blended learning context 11 9 20 Q1 92%
    4/40 2020 Garaigordobil Bullying and cyberbullying in LGBT adolescents: Prevalence and effects on mental health 8 10 18 Q1 89%
    5/40 2020 González-Sanmamed Digital learning ecologies and professional development of university professors 6 10 16 Q1 87%
    6/40 2020 Díaz-López Maladaptive use of ICT in adolescence: Profiles, supervision and technological stress 7 8 15 Q1 84%
    7/40 2020 Solano-Fernández Gender equality and ICT in the context of formal education: A systematic review 6 8 14 Q1 82%
    8/40 2020 Regueira Women on YouTube: Representation and participation through the Web Scraping technique 5 7 12 Q1 79%
    9/40 2020 García-Marín Domesticated voices and false participation: Anatomy of interaction on transmedia podcasting 5 6 11 Q1 77%
    10/40 2020 Fondevila-Gascón Influence of Instagram stories in attention and emotion depending on gender 3 7 10 Q1 74%
    11/40 2020 Alcolea-Díaz UNESCO’s Media and Information Literacy curriculum for teachers from the perspective of Structural Considerations of... 5 4 9 Q2 72%
    12/40 2020 Izquierdo-Iranzo Studygrammers: Learning influencers 4 5 9 Q2 69%
    13/40 2020 Lozano-Blasco Problematic Internet uses and depression in adolescents: A meta-analysis 4 4 8 Q2 67%
    14/40 2020 Ojeda Sexting in adolescents: Prevalence and behaviours 4 4 8 Q2 64%
    15/40 2020 Lopezosa SEO and the digital news media: From the workplace to the classroom 3 5 8 Q2 62%
    16/40 2020 Garcés-Prettel Influence of family and pedagogical communication on school violence 4 3 7 Q2 59%
    17/40 2020 Pinazo-Calatayud Positive or negative communication in social activism 3 4 7 Q2 57%
    18/40 2020 Martínez-Rodríguez The ecology of resilience learning in ubiquitous environments to adverse situations 4 2 6 Q2 54%
    19/40 2020 León-Pérez Self-perception about emerging digital skills in Higher Education students 3 3 6 Q2 52%
    20/40 2020 Tiscareño-García Victims and perpetrators of feminicide in the language of the Mexican written press 3 3 6 Q2 50%
    21/40 2020 Rodrigo Learning ecologies in online students with disabilities 3 3 6 Q3 47%
    22/40 2020 Hinojo-Lucena Sharenting: Internet addiction, self-control and online photos of underage children 2 4 6 Q3 45%
    23/40 2020 García-Ramos Gender studies in Communication Degrees 1 5 6 Q3 42%
    24/40 2020 Martínez Online parental mediation strategies in family contexts of Spain 3 2 5 Q3 40%
    25/40 2020 Salinas-Ibáñez Construction of personalized learning pathways through mixed methods 2 3 5 Q3 37%
    26/40 2020 Masilamani eHealth literacy of late adolescents: Credibility and quality of health information through smartphones in India 3 1 4 Q3 35%
    27/40 2020 Jiménez-Morales Childhood use of mobile devices: Influence of mothers’ socio-educational level 3 1 4 Q3 32%
    28/40 2020 Bonami Education, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: Mixed methods in digital platforms 2 2 4 Q3 30%
    29/40 2020 Escobar-Mamani WhatsApp for the development of oral and written communication skills in Peruvian adolescents 2 2 4 Q3 27%
    30/40 2020 Gómez-Gonzalvo Video game usage time in adolescents’ academic performance 2 2 4 Q3 25%
    31/40 2020 Halpern School performance: New multimedia resources versus traditional notes 1 3 4 Q4 22%
    32/40 2020 Díaz-Bustamante Perceived sexualization in girls' fashion stylings: A Spain-China cross-cultural analysis 1 1 2 Q4 20%
    33/40 2020 Lerma-Noriega InContext: A mobile application for the improvement of learning strategies at University 1 1 2 Q4 17%
    34/40 2020 Dagnino The role of supporting technologies in a mixed methods research design 1 1 2 Q4 15%
    35/40 2020 Bernardo Bullying and cyberbullying: Variables that influence university dropout 1 1 2 Q4 12%
    36/40 2020 Möller-Recondo New genius-entrepreneurs: Itinerary and trajectories of university educational excellence 1 1 2 Q4 10%
    37/40 2020 Denia The impact of science communication on Twitter: The case of Neil deGrasse Tyson 0 1 1 Q4 7%
    38/40 2020 Turan To-friend or not-to-friend with teachers on SNSs: University students' perspectives 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    39/40 2020 Berger Teachers’ mediation practice: Opportunities and risks for youth media behavior 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    40/40 2020 Rummler Mobile learning for homework: Emerging cultural practices in the new media ecology 0 0 0 Q4 1%

     

    2019

    Data update: 2021-09-17

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/40 2019 Pereira Young people learning from digital media outside of school: The informal meets the formal 52 48 100 Q1 97%
    2/40 2019 García-Martín Use of technologies and academic performance in adolescent students 26 21 47 Q1 94%
    3/40 2019 Miralles-Martínez Digital resources and didactic methodology in the initial training of History teachers 19 26 45 Q1 92%
    4/40 2019 García-Valcárcel-Muñoz-Repiso Robotics to develop computational thinking in early Childhood Education 18 25 43 Q1 89%
    5/40 2019 Engen Understanding social and cultural aspects of teachers’ digital competencies 18 20 38 Q1 87%
    6/40 2019 Santana-Vega Adolescents problematic mobile phone use, Fear of Missing Out and family communication 17 18 35 Q1 84%
    7/40 2019 Zhang The ‘danmu’ phenomenon and media participation: Intercultural understanding and language learning through ‘The... 16 15 31 Q1 82%
    8/40 2019 Colás-Bravo The development of the digital teaching competence from a sociocultural approach 16 13 29 Q1 79%
    9/40 2019 Santoveña-Casal Exploring the influence of the teacher: Social participation on Twitter and academic perception 15 14 29 Q1 77%
    10/40 2019 Gallego-Arrufat Competence of future teachers in the digital security area 16 12 28 Q1 74%
    11/40 2019 Vizcaíno-Verdú Reading and informal learning trends on YouTube: The booktuber 21 6 27 Q2 72%
    12/40 2019 Gee Designing for deep learning in the context of digital and social media 12 14 26 Q2 69%
    13/40 2019 Sáez-López Application of the ubiquitous game with augmented reality in Primary Education 11 14 25 Q2 67%
    14/40 2019 Pertegal-Vega Systematic review of the current state of research on Online Social Networks: Taxonomy on experience of use 9 13 22 Q2 64%
    15/40 2019 Gordillo Effectiveness of MOOCs for teachers in safe ICT use training 9 12 21 Q2 62%
    16/40 2019 Pedrero-Esteban Teenagers, smartphones and digital audio consumption in the age of Spotify 11 9 20 Q2 59%
    17/40 2019 Perlado-Lamo-de-Espinosa From media planner to media expert: The digital effect in advertising 11 9 20 Q2 57%
    18/40 2019 Silva Teacher’s digital competence among final year Pedagogy students in Chile and Uruguay 9 11 20 Q2 54%
    19/40 2019 Piñeiro-Naval Study of the academic production on communication in Spain and Latin America 8 12 20 Q2 52%
    20/40 2019 Samuel-Azran Online news recommendations credibility: The tie is mightier than the source 6 12 18 Q2 50%
    21/40 2019 Crescenzi-Lanna Safe and inclusive educational apps: Digital protection from an ethical and critical perspective 9 8 17 Q3 47%
    22/40 2019 Gómez-García Constructing Donald Trump: Mobile apps in the political discourse about the President of the United States 9 7 16 Q3 45%
    23/40 2019 García-Perales An enrichment program for students with high intellectual ability: Positive effects on school adaptation 8 8 16 Q3 42%
    24/40 2019 Silva-Rodríguez Mobile journalism: Systematic literature review 8 8 16 Q3 40%
    25/40 2019 Parodi Google or Gutenberg Generation: Chilean university students’ reading habits and reading purposes 8 7 15 Q3 37%
    26/40 2019 Martínez-Costa Young adults’ interaction with online news and advertising 6 5 11 Q3 35%
    27/40 2019 Fanjul-Peyró eGamers’ influence in brand advertising strategies. A comparative study between Spain and Korea 6 5 11 Q3 32%
    28/40 2019 Chib Distributed digital contexts and learning: Personal empowerment and social transformation in marginalized populations 7 3 10 Q3 30%
    29/40 2019 Roses-Campos Conflicts in the professional roles of journalists in Spain: Ideals and practice 5 5 10 Q3 27%
    30/40 2019 López-Cepeda Participatory audiences in the European public service media: Content production and copyright 6 3 9 Q3 25%
    31/40 2019 García-Guardia Educating the gifted student: Eagerness to achieve as a curricular competence 4 4 8 Q4 22%
    32/40 2019 Bender Connected learning ecologies as an emerging opportunity through Cosplay 4 3 7 Q4 20%
    33/40 2019 Garmen Multiple intelligences and video games: Assessment and intervention with TOI software 4 3 7 Q4 17%
    34/40 2019 Navarro-Pablo The use of digital resources and materials In and outside the bilingual classroom 3 4 7 Q4 15%
    35/40 2019 Edo Content syndication in news aggregators. Towards devaluation of professional journalistic criterio 2 2 4 Q4 12%
    36/40 2019 de-la-Garza-Montemayor Online political participation of young people in Mexico, Spain and Chile 1 3 4 Q4 10%
    37/40 2019 Katherine-Chen Taiwanese university students’ smartphone use and the privacy paradox 1 2 3 Q4 7%
    38/40 2019 Sastre-Riba From high intellectual ability to genius: Profiles of perfectionism 1 2 3 Q4 5%
    39/40 2019 Castelló-Tarrida The role of knowledge structures in adult excellence. An approach from expert functioning 1 1 2 Q4 2%
    40/40 2019 Villareal-Romero Children with grand Imaginaries: Bringing them closer to the world of science 0 0 0 Q4 1%

     

    2018

    Data update: 2021-06-30

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/40 2018 Ramírez-Montoya Co-creation and open innovation: Systematic literature review 64 75 139 Q1 97%
    2/40 2018 Montero-Díaz A science mapping analysis of ‘Communication’ WoS subject category (1980-2013) 39 42 81 Q1 94%
    3/40 2018 Pérez-Torres YouTuber videos and the construction of adolescent identity 29 31 60 Q1 92%
    4/40 2018 Díez-Gutiérrez Ubiquitous learning ecologies for a critical cybercitizenship 25 26 51 Q1 89%
    5/40 2018 Osuna-Acedo From sMOOC to tMOOC, learning towards professional transference. ECO European Project 29 21 50 Q1 87%
    6/40 2018 del-Rey 'Asegúrate' Program: Effects on cyber-aggression and its risk factors 25 25 50 Q1 84%
    7/40 2018 Senabre Participatory design of citizen science experiments 24 25 49 Q1 82%
    8/40 2018 Montes-Vozmediano Teen videos on YouTube: Features and digital vulnerabilities 25 21 46 Q1 79%
    9/40 2018 Pérez-Manzano Gamification and transmedia for scientific promotion and for encouraging scientific careers in adolescents 24 22 46 Q1 77%
    10/40 2018 Yudes-Gómez Cyberbullying and problematic Internet use in Colombia, Uruguay and Spain: Cross-cultural study 21 23 44 Q1 74%
    11/40 2018 Bartau-Rojas Parental mediation of the Internet use of Primary students: beliefs, strategies and difficulties 19 25 44 Q2 72%
    12/40 2018 Aparici Prosumers and emirecs: Analysis of two confronted theories 24 16 40 Q2 69%
    13/40 2018 Aran-Ramspott YouTubers' social functions and their influence on pre-adolescence 18 18 36 Q2 67%
    14/40 2018 Rodríguez-Gómez Problematic uses of ICTs among young people in their personal and school life 16 16 32 Q2 64%
    15/40 2018 Gutiérrez-Porlán Strategies for the communication and collaborative online work by university students 15 17 32 Q2 62%
    16/40 2018 Soler-Adillon Wikipedia in higher education: Changes in perceived value through content contribution 16 15 31 Q2 59%
    17/40 2018 Malo-Cerrato Excessive use of social networks: Psychosocial profile of Spanish adolescents 11 20 31 Q2 57%
    18/40 2018 Ramos-Soler Online risk perception in young people and its effects on digital behaviour 16 13 29 Q2 54%
    19/40 2018 Rey Emotional intelligence and peer cybervictimisation in adolescents: Gender as moderator 13 16 29 Q2 52%
    20/40 2018 Giménez-Gualdo Teachers’ and students’ perception about cyberbullying. Intervention and coping strategies in primary and secondary... 14 14 28 Q2 50%
    21/40 2018 Larrañaga Socio-cognitive and emotional factors on perpetration of cyberbullying 10 15 25 Q3 47%
    22/40 2018 Cassany Communicating science: The profile of science journalists in Spain 14 10 24 Q3 45%
    23/40 2018 Caffarel-Serra Communication research in Spain: Weaknesses, threats, strengths and opportunities 8 8 16 Q3 42%
    24/40 2018 Fernández-de-Arroyabe-Olaortua Digital natives: Online audiovisual content consumption, creation and dissemination 10 4 14 Q3 40%
    25/40 2018 Carrasco-Polaino Artivism and NGO: Relationship between image and 'engagement' in Instagram 8 6 14 Q3 37%
    26/40 2018 Aladro-Vico Artivism: A new educative language for transformative social action 8 6 14 Q3 35%
    27/40 2018 Aceituno-Aceituno University training on entrepreneurship in communication and journalism business projects 6 7 13 Q3 32%
    28/40 2018 Vernier Critical thinking of young citizens towards news headlines in Chile 5 5 10 Q3 30%
    29/40 2018 Meneses #TrumpenMexico. Transnational connective action on Twitter and the border wall dispute 4 6 10 Q3 27%
    30/40 2018 Suárez-Perdomo Assessing the ethical and content quality of online parenting resources 5 4 9 Q3 25%
    31/40 2018 Mesías-Lema Artivism and social conscience: Transforming teacher training from a sensibility standpoint 4 4 8 Q4 22%
    32/40 2018 Saiz-Echezarreta Advocacy of trafficking campaigns: A controversy story 5 0 5 Q4 20%
    33/40 2018 Piñeiro-Otero Radio studies: An overview from the Ibero-American academia 2 3 5 Q4 17%
    34/40 2018 Orosa-Roldán Postdrama culture in Ecuador and Spain: Methodological framework and comparative study 1 4 5 Q4 15%
    35/40 2018 Souza-Leal Violence against Brazilian women in public and mediatic spheres 2 2 4 Q4 12%
    36/40 2018 Martínez-Roa Perceptions and participation in community radio stations in Nariño-Colombia 2 2 4 Q4 10%
    37/40 2018 Mateos Video artivism: The poetics of symbolic conflict 2 2 4 Q4 7%
    38/40 2018 Clua Youth impact on the public sphere in Press and Twitter: The dissolution of the Spanish Youth Council 2 2 4 Q4 5%
    39/40 2018 Gou Towards understanding young children’s digital lives in China and Australia 1 2 3 Q4 2%
    40/40 2018 Díaz-Fernández Spies and security: Assessing the impact of animated videos on intelligence services in school children 1 0 1 Q4 1%

     

    2017

    Data update: 2021-06-30

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/40 2017 Romero-Martín Formative assessment, communication skills and ICT in Initial teacher education 30 42 72 Q1 97%
    2/40 2017 Andújar-Vaca Mobile instant messaging: Whatsapp and its potential to develop oral skills 33 36 69 Q1 94%
    3/40 2017 Tur Using Twitter in Higher Education in Spain and the USA 32 34 66 Q1 92%
    4/40 2017 López-García Technological skills and new professional profiles: Present challenges for journalism 28 25 53 Q1 89%
    5/40 2017 Álvarez-García Cyberaggression among adolescents: Prevalence and gender differences 37 8 45 Q1 87%
    6/40 2017 Hernández-Serrano From prosumer to prodesigner: Participatory news consumption 26 19 45 Q1 84%
    7/40 2017 Fombona M-learning and augmented reality: A review of the scientific literature on the WoS repository 20 24 44 Q1 82%
    8/40 2017 Cuesta-Cambra The cognitive processing of an educational app with EEG and ’Eye Tracking’ 19 22 41 Q1 79%
    9/40 2017 Hershkovizt Teacher-student relationship and Facebook-mediated communication: Student perceptions 20 20 40 Q1 77%
    10/40 2017 Valdemoros-San-Emeterio Digital leisure and perceived family functioning in youth of upper Secondary Education 20 18 38 Q1 74%
    11/40 2017 Baraybar-Fernández Evaluation of emotional responses to television advertising through neuromarketing 13 20 33 Q2 72%
    12/40 2017 Tuzel The use of social media and popular culture to advance cross-cultural understanding 16 16 32 Q2 69%
    13/40 2017 Álvarez-Arregui Ecosystems of media training and competence: International assessment of its implementation in Higher education 19 11 30 Q2 67%
    14/40 2017 Vidales-Bolaños Connected teens: Measuring the impact of mobile phones on social relationships through social capital 19 11 30 Q2 64%
    15/40 2017 Ferrés Communication efficiency in education: Increasing emotions and storytelling 18 11 29 Q2 62%
    16/40 2017 Berganza Spanish journalists’ perception about their professional roles 11 18 29 Q2 59%
    17/40 2017 Wong Seamless language learning: Second language learning with social media 12 14 26 Q2 57%
    18/40 2017 Sánchez-Valle Parent’s influence on acquiring critical Internet skills 12 12 24 Q2 54%
    19/40 2017 Van-Hove The tablet for second language vocabulary learning: Keyboard, stylus or multiple choice 12 11 23 Q2 52%
    20/40 2017 Amiama-Espaillat Digital reading and reading competence. The influence in the Z generation from the Dominican Republic 9 14 23 Q2 50%
    21/40 2017 Romero-Frías Social labs in universities: Innovation and impact in medialab UGR 9 13 22 Q3 47%
    22/40 2017 Gavilan University students and informational social networks: Total sceptics, dual moderates or pro-digitals 12 8 20 Q3 45%
    23/40 2017 Velandia-Mesa Formative research in ubiquitous and virtual environments in Higher Education 11 6 17 Q3 42%
    24/40 2017 Soengas-Pérez Cyberactivisim in the process of political and social change in Arab Countries 7 10 17 Q3 40%
    25/40 2017 Crespo-Pereira Neuroscience for content innovation on European public service broadcasters 7 10 17 Q3 37%
    26/40 2017 Saura Protesting on Twitter: Citizenship and empowerment from public education 9 7 16 Q3 35%
    27/40 2017 Kruger Original language subtitles: Their effects on the native and foreign viewer 6 10 16 Q3 32%
    28/40 2017 Camilli-Trujillo Meta-synthesis of literacy for the empowerment of vulnerable groups 6 6 12 Q3 30%
    29/40 2017 Izquierdo Teachers’ use of ICTs in public language education: Evidence from second language Secondary-School classrooms 6 5 11 Q3 27%
    30/40 2017 Salcudean The emotional impact of traditional and new media in social events 5 6 11 Q3 25%
    31/40 2017 Moreira Higher education distance learning and e-learning in prisons in Portugal 3 8 11 Q4 22%
    32/40 2017 Grijalva-Verdugo Social empowerment in Mexican violent contexts through media competence 6 4 10 Q4 20%
    33/40 2017 Ugalde Adolescents’ TV viewing patterns in the digital era: A cross-cultural study 5 5 10 Q4 17%
    34/40 2017 Remesal Online questionnaires use with automatic feedback for e-innovation in university students 4 6 10 Q4 15%
    35/40 2017 Novo Connective Intelligence for childhood mathematics education 5 4 9 Q4 12%
    36/40 2017 Cano-Correa College students in Lima: Politics, media and participation 4 5 9 Q4 10%
    37/40 2017 Sun Stop-motion to foster digital literacy in Elementary School 2 3 5 Q4 7%
    38/40 2017 Porta-Navarro Music and its significance in children favourite audiovisuals 2 1 3 Q4 5%
    39/40 2017 Adams Promoting adolescents’ moral advertising literacy in Secondary Education 2 1 3 Q4 2%
    40/40 2017 Ledo-Andión The role of original version cinema into the European digital space 1 1 2 Q4 1%

     

    2016

    Data update: 2021-07-01

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/40 2016 Fernández-Cruz Generation Z’s teachers and their digital skills 127 108 235 Q1 97%
    2/40 2016 Area-Moreira Models of educational integration of ICTs in the classroom 88 73 161 Q1 94%
    3/40 2016 Ortega-Barón The influence of school climate and family climate among adolescents victims of cyberbullying 61 72 133 Q1 92%
    4/40 2016 Pérez-Escoda Digital skills in the Z generation: Key questions for a curricular introduction in Primary School 61 59 120 Q1 89%
    5/40 2016 Romera Cyberbullying: Social competence, motivation and peer relationships 44 48 92 Q1 87%
    6/40 2016 Serrano-Puche Internet and emotions: New trends in an emerging field of research 37 33 70 Q1 84%
    7/40 2016 Crescenzi-Lanna An analysis of the interaction design of the best educational apps for children Aged zero to eight 25 36 61 Q1 82%
    8/40 2016 Torres-Díaz Internet use and academic success in university students 30 28 58 Q1 79%
    9/40 2016 Romero-Rodríguez Dimensions and indicators of the information quality in digital media 29 28 57 Q1 77%
    10/40 2016 Ramírez-García Media competence of teachers and students of compulsory education in Spain 29 27 56 Q1 74%
    11/40 2016 Gutiérrez-Martín Watching and tweeting: Youngsters’ responses to media representations of resistance 26 20 46 Q2 72%
    12/40 2016 de-Andrés-del-Campo The transformative image. The power of a photograph for social change: The death of Aylan 25 21 46 Q2 69%
    13/40 2016 Peña-Fernández European newspapers’ digital transition: New products and new audiences 19 22 41 Q2 67%
    14/40 2016 Román-García Adults and elders and their use of ICTs. Media competence of digital immigrants 19 21 40 Q2 64%
    15/40 2016 Gertrudis-Casado Professional information skills and open data. Challenges for citizen empowerment and social change 23 16 39 Q2 62%
    16/40 2016 Suárez-Guerrero Teachers’ perceptions of the digital transformation of the classroom through the use of tablets: A study in spain 19 20 39 Q2 59%
    17/40 2016 Oberst Gender stereotypes 2.0: Self-representations of adolescents on Facebook 16 15 31 Q2 57%
    18/40 2016 González-Lizárraga Cyberactivism: A new form of participation for university students 14 15 29 Q2 54%
    19/40 2016 Lacalle The representation of workingwomen in Spanish television fiction 17 11 28 Q2 52%
    20/40 2016 Arrabal-Sánchez Communicating in 140 characters. How journalists in Spain use Twitter 13 12 25 Q2 50%
    21/40 2016 Alvídrez Powerful communication style on Twitter: Effects on credibility and civic participation 13 12 25 Q3 47%
    22/40 2016 Dias-Fonseca Media education as a strategy for online civic participation in Portuguese schools 15 9 24 Q3 45%
    23/40 2016 Ricaurte-Quijano The Wiki learning project: Wikipedia as an open learning environment 13 10 23 Q3 42%
    24/40 2016 Sevillano-García The ubiquitous possibilities of the laptop: Spanish university students’ perceptions 12 10 22 Q3 40%
    25/40 2016 Pegurer-Caprino Media literacy in Brazil: Experiences and models in non-formal education 13 7 20 Q3 37%
    26/40 2016 Cmeciu Digital civic activism in Romania: Framing anti-Chevron online protest community «faces» 10 10 20 Q3 35%
    27/40 2016 Briones Teaching ethics in the university through multicultural online dialogue 12 7 19 Q3 32%
    28/40 2016 Ruipérez Plagiarism and academic integrity in Germany 10 8 18 Q3 30%
    29/40 2016 Dueñas-Cid Discriminatory expressions, the young and social networks: The effect of gender 9 9 18 Q3 27%
    30/40 2016 Aragón-Mendizábal A comparative study of handwriting and computer typing in note-taking by university students 8 10 18 Q3 25%
    31/40 2016 Hu Chinese university EFL teachers’ knowledge of and stance on plagiarism 8 9 17 Q4 22%
    32/40 2016 Cerbino Community media as exercise of communicative citizenship: Experiences from Argentina and Ecuador 9 7 16 Q4 20%
    33/40 2016 Rivera Online and offline pornography consumption in Colombian adolescents 7 9 16 Q4 17%
    34/40 2016 Aierbe-Barandiaran Values and emotions in children’s audiovisual fictional narratives 7 7 14 Q4 15%
    35/40 2016 Nupairoj The ecosystem of media literacy: A holistic approach to media education 8 5 13 Q4 12%
    36/40 2016 Lema-Blanco Youth and the third sector media in Spain: Communication and social change training 7 5 12 Q4 10%
    37/40 2016 Gómez-Espinosa The impact of activity design in Internet plagiarism in Higher Education 6 6 12 Q4 7%
    38/40 2016 Tiede Media pedagogy in German and U.S. teacher education 6 5 11 Q4 5%
    39/40 2016 Hernández-Ruiz Antifraud editorial policy in Spanish and Latin American scientific publication: JCR social sciences edition 5 4 9 Q4 2%
    40/40 2016 Duarte-Hueros The audiovisual content downloads among university students 1 0 1 Q4 1%

     

    2015

    Data update: 2021-04-23

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/40 2015 Bartolomé-Pina Are MOOCs promising learning environments? 59 51 110 Q1 97%
    2/40 2015 Chiappe-Laverde Literature and practice: A critical review of MOOCs 58 50 108 Q1 94%
    3/40 2015 Fernández-Montalvo Internet use habits and risk behaviours in preadolescence 60 43 103 Q1 92%
    4/40 2015 Castaño-Garrido Design, motivation and performance in a cooperative MOOC course 51 45 96 Q1 89%
    5/40 2015 Durán-Segura Cyberbullying trough mobile phone and the Internet in dating relationships among youth people 45 50 95 Q1 87%
    6/40 2015 López-Meneses Analysis and implications of the impact of MOOC movement in the scientific community: JCR and Scopus (2010-13) 47 43 90 Q1 84%
    7/40 2015 Llorente-Barroso Internet and the elderly: Enhancing active ageing 31 38 69 Q1 82%
    8/40 2015 Marcelo-García University teaching with digital technologies 34 34 68 Q1 79%
    9/40 2015 Raposo-Rivas A study on the pedagogical components of massive online courses 36 27 63 Q1 77%
    10/40 2015 González-Oñate Use, consumption and knowledge of new technologies by elderly people in France, United Kingdom and Spain 28 34 62 Q1 74%
    11/40 2015 Peral-Peral From digital divide to psycho-digital divide: Elders and online social networks 27 31 58 Q2 72%
    12/40 2015 Roig-Vila Primary teachers’ technological, pedagogical and content knowledge 31 25 56 Q2 69%
    13/40 2015 Saracchini A mobile augmented reality assistive technology for the elderly 21 34 55 Q2 67%
    14/40 2015 López-Romero Teaching media literacy in colleges of education and communication 26 26 52 Q2 64%
    15/40 2015 Fedorov The framework of media education and media criticism in the contemporary world: The opinion of international experts 30 20 50 Q2 62%
    16/40 2015 Sureda-Negre Academic plagiarism among secondary and High School students: Differences in gender and procrastination 24 25 49 Q2 59%
    17/40 2015 Colombo New elders, old divides: ICTs, inequalities and well being amongst young elderly Italians 22 27 49 Q2 57%
    18/40 2015 Gómez-Mompart Spanish journalists and the loss of news quality: Professional judgements 22 25 47 Q2 54%
    19/40 2015 Hernández-Carranza Evaluation of digital didactic skills in massive open online courses: A contribution to the Latin American movement 20 22 42 Q2 52%
    20/40 2015 Dornaleteche-Ruiz Categorization, item selection and implementation of an online digital literacy test as media literacy indicator 21 17 38 Q2 50%
    21/40 2015 Añaños-Carrasco Eyetracker technology in elderly people: How integrated television content is paid attention to and processed 19 18 37 Q3 47%
    22/40 2015 Álvarez Information literacy grade of Secondary School teachers in Spain. Beliefs and self-perceptions 18 18 36 Q3 45%
    23/40 2015 Sánchez-Vera Challenges in the creation, development and implementation of MOOCs: Web Science course at the university of Southampton 15 20 35 Q3 42%
    24/40 2015 Casado-Muñoz Active ageing and access to technology: An evolving empirical study 12 21 33 Q3 40%
    25/40 2015 Monedero-Moya Usability and satisfaction in multimedia annotation tools for MOOCs 13 16 29 Q3 37%
    26/40 2015 Piñeiro-Otero ARG (Alternate reality games). Contributions, limitations, and potentialities to the service of the teaching at the... 11 12 23 Q3 35%
    27/40 2015 Sánchez-Martínez Using technology to connect generations: Some considerations of form and function 10 11 21 Q3 32%
    28/40 2015 Berríos-Valenzuela ICT use and parental mediation perceived by Chilean children 9 12 21 Q3 30%
    29/40 2015 Bosch Uses and gratifications of computers in South African elderly people 7 10 17 Q3 27%
    30/40 2015 Öngün Young learners’ objectives related to multimedia use and homework completion 7 6 13 Q3 25%
    31/40 2015 Cifuentes-Álvarez ICT leadership in Higher Education: A multiple case study in Colombia 5 8 13 Q4 22%
    32/40 2015 Valenzuela-Fernández Influence of placement on explicit and implicit memory of college students 6 6 12 Q4 20%
    33/40 2015 Luna-García Design patterns to enhance accessibility and use of social applications for older adults 6 4 10 Q4 17%
    34/40 2015 Tobías-Martínez A digital repository of filmic content as a teaching resource 5 5 10 Q4 15%
    35/40 2015 Arroyo-Almaraz The undesired effects of digital communication on moral response 5 4 9 Q4 12%
    36/40 2015 Marti-Pellón Children’s exposure to advertising on games sites in Brazil and Spain 4 4 8 Q4 10%
    37/40 2015 Muellner Annotations and the ancient greek hero: Past, present, and future 3 2 5 Q4 7%
    38/40 2015 Drula Forms of media convergence and multimedia content . A Romanian perspective 2 1 3 Q4 5%
    39/40 2015 Recalde-Viana Telecommunication industry contributions to child online protection 1 2 3 Q4 2%
    40/40 2015 Cornelio-Marí Mexican children and American cartoons: Foreign references in animation 2 0 2 Q4 1%

     

    2014

    Data update: 2020-11-16

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/44 2014 García-Valcárcel-Muñoz-Repiso ICT in collaborative learning in the classrooms of Primary and Secondary Education 82 65 147 Q1 97%
    2/44 2014 García-Ruiz Media literacy education for a new prosumer citizenship 91 54 145 Q1 95%
    3/44 2014 Cabero-Almenara Educational possibilities of social networks and group work. University students’ perceptions 69 41 110 Q1 92%
    4/44 2014 Quintas-Froufe Active audiences: Social audience participation in television 54 47 101 Q1 90%
    5/44 2014 García-Galera Engaged youth in Internet. The role of social networks in social active participation 49 43 92 Q1 88%
    6/44 2014 Marín-Juarros Construction of the foundations of the PLE and PLN for collaborative learning 48 42 90 Q1 86%
    7/44 2014 Berrocal-Gonzalo Media prosumers in political communication: Politainment on YouTube 39 43 82 Q1 83%
    8/44 2014 Cabalín-Quijada Online and mobilized students: The use of Facebook in the Chilean student protests 42 39 81 Q1 81%
    9/44 2014 Abad-Alcalá Media literacy for older people facing the digital divide: The e-inclusion programmes design 41 36 77 Q1 79%
    10/44 2014 García-Galera Media prosumers. Participatory culture of audiences and media responsibility 37 37 74 Q1 77%
    11/44 2014 Gewerc-Barujel Collaboration and social networking in Higher education 38 27 65 Q1 74%
    12/44 2014 Vanderhoven Educating teens about the risks on social network sites. An intervention study in Secondary Education 27 36 63 Q2 72%
    13/44 2014 Gozálvez-Pérez Empowering media citizenship through educommunication 33 29 62 Q2 70%
    14/44 2014 Hernández-Sellés Planning collaborative learning in virtual environments 36 25 61 Q2 68%
    15/44 2014 Dafonte-Gómez The key elements of viral advertising. From motivation to emotion in the most shared videos 29 29 58 Q2 65%
    16/44 2014 Pérez-Mateo-Subirà Collaborative construction of a project as a methodology for acquiring digital competences 31 22 53 Q2 63%
    17/44 2014 Leinonen Design thinking and collaborative learning 24 26 50 Q2 61%
    18/44 2014 Lee Media literacy and information literacy: Similarities and differences 26 23 49 Q2 59%
    19/44 2014 Gomes-Franco-Silva Internet as a haven and social shield. Problematic uses of the network by young Spaniards 23 18 41 Q2 56%
    20/44 2014 Rubia-Avi Revolution in education: Computer support for collaborative learning 21 19 40 Q2 54%
    21/44 2014 Aguaded From infoxication to the right to communicate 25 11 36 Q2 52%
    22/44 2014 Berrío-Zapata The digital divide in the university: The appropriation of ICT in Higher Education students from Bogota, Colombia 18 16 34 Q2 50%
    23/44 2014 Ruiz-del-Olmo Young people as users of branded applications on mobile devices 19 13 32 Q3 47%
    24/44 2014 Humanes-Humanes College students’ views about journalism education in Spain 17 14 31 Q3 45%
    25/44 2014 Linne Common uses of Facebook among adolescents from different social sectors in Buenos Aires city 20 10 30 Q3 43%
    26/44 2014 Condeza-Dall’Orso News consumption among Chilean adolescents: Interest, motivations and perceptions on the news agenda 14 16 30 Q3 41%
    27/44 2014 Minelli-de-Oliveira Exploring student and teacher perception of E-textbooks in a Primary School 19 10 29 Q3 38%
    28/44 2014 Domingo-Coscollola Researching on and with young people: Collaborating and educating 17 12 29 Q3 36%
    29/44 2014 Costa Use of the Internet in educative informal contexts. Implication for formal education 14 14 28 Q3 34%
    30/44 2014 Fernández-Sánchez A community of practice: An intervention model based on computer supported collaborative learning 17 8 25 Q3 32%
    31/44 2014 Sánchez-González Knowledge and assessment of crowdfunding in communication. The view of journalists and future journalists 11 11 22 Q3 29%
    32/44 2014 Rebollo-Catalán Perceived social support as a factor of rural women’s digital inclusion in online social networks 11 10 21 Q3 27%
    33/44 2014 Punín-Larrea Digital media in Ecuador: Future perspectives 14 6 20 Q3 25%
    34/44 2014 Cebrián-de-la-Serna eRubrics in cooperative assessment of learning at university 14 6 20 Q4 23%
    35/44 2014 Arancibia-Herrera Meaning processes mediated through a protagonists’ collaborative learning platform 9 9 18 Q4 20%
    36/44 2014 Sur Primary School second grade teachers’ and students’ opinions on media literacy 10 7 17 Q4 18%
    37/44 2014 Chibás-Ortíz Managing creativity in collaborative virtual learning environments e: A DL corporate project 12 4 16 Q4 16%
    38/44 2014 Fuente-Cobo Active audiences in the regulation of the audiovisual media. Consumer versus citizen in Spain and Mexico 9 6 15 Q4 14%
    39/44 2014 Falcón-Díaz-Aguado Adolescent students as media fictional characters 9 5 14 Q4 11%
    40/44 2014 de-Andrés-del-Campo Critical analysis of government vs. Commercial advertising discourse on older persons in Spain 6 5 11 Q4 9%
    41/44 2014 López-Vidales Audioblogs and Tvblogs, tools for collaborative learning in journalism 6 4 10 Q4 7%
    42/44 2014 Bujokas-de-Siqueira Media education and Brazilian educational policies for the enhancement of learning 6 3 9 Q4 5%
    43/44 2014 Espinosa-Bayal Adolescent television consumers: Self-perceptions about their rights 2 3 5 Q4 2%
    44/44 2014 Aguaded Research as a strategy for training educommunicators: Master and doctorate 0 3 3 Q4 1%

     

    2013

    Data update: 2020-10-15

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/44 2013 Colás-Bravo Young people and social networks: Motivations and preferred uses 103 85 188 Q1 97%
    2/44 2013 Torres-Salinas Altmetrics: New indicators for scientific communication in Web 2.0 78 65 143 Q1 95%
    3/44 2013 Delgado-López-Cózar The impact of scientific journals of communication: Comparing Google Scholar Metrics, Web of Science and Scopus 49 50 99 Q1 92%
    4/44 2013 Aguaded The MOOC revolution: A new form of education from the technological paradigm? 55 37 92 Q1 90%
    5/44 2013 García-Jiménez The influence of social networks on the adolescents’ online practices 49 40 89 Q1 88%
    6/44 2013 Fernández-Quijada Three decades of spanish communication research: Towards legal age 47 34 81 Q1 86%
    7/44 2013 Muros-Ruiz Youth’s usage of leisure time with video games and social networks 47 30 77 Q1 83%
    8/44 2013 Almansa-Martínez Social networks and young people. Comparative study of Facebook between Colombia and Spain 43 27 70 Q1 81%
    9/44 2013 Buckingham Interactive youth: New citizenship between social networks and school settings 38 31 69 Q1 79%
    10/44 2013 Tortajada-Giménez Advertising stereotypes and gender representation in social networking sites 35 34 69 Q1 77%
    11/44 2013 Bernal-Bravo Interactions of young Andalusian people inside social networks 42 26 68 Q1 74%
    12/44 2013 Vázquez-Cano The videoarticle: New reporting format in scientific journals and its integration in MOOCs 31 29 60 Q2 72%
    13/44 2013 Soengas-Pérez The role of the Internet and social networks in the arab uprisings an alternative to official press censorship 32 27 59 Q2 70%
    14/44 2013 Escribà-Sales Internationalization and coauthorship in major communication journals in Spain 30 23 53 Q2 68%
    15/44 2013 Hernández-Merayo Interactive youth and civic cultures: The educational, mediatic and political meaning of the 15M 28 22 50 Q2 65%
    16/44 2013 de-Filippo Spanish scientific output in communication sciences in WOS. The scientific journals in SSCI (2007-12) 24 25 49 Q2 63%
    17/44 2013 Erstad Learning lives connected: Digital youth across school and community spaces 23 20 43 Q2 61%
    18/44 2013 Stornaiuolo Expanding community: Youth, social networking and schools 21 20 41 Q2 59%
    19/44 2013 Aguaded Media programme (UE) - International support for media education 19 14 33 Q2 56%
    20/44 2013 Erjavec Informal learning through Facebook among Slovenian pupils 14 19 33 Q2 54%
    21/44 2013 Buckingham Learning about power and citizenship in an online virtual world 16 16 32 Q2 52%
    22/44 2013 Arcila-Calderón The e-research on media & communications: Attitudes, tools and practices in Latin America researchers 17 14 31 Q2 50%
    23/44 2013 Turan The reasons for non-use of social networking websites by university students 16 13 29 Q3 47%
    24/44 2013 Tello-Díaz Intimacy and «extimacy» in social networks. Ethical boundaries of facebook 16 11 27 Q3 45%
    25/44 2013 Berlanga-Fernández Ethos, pathos and logos in Facebook. User networking: New «rhetor» of the 21th century 17 8 25 Q3 43%
    26/44 2013 Martínez-Pastor Gender representation in advertising of toys in the Christmas period (2009-12) 17 8 25 Q3 41%
    27/44 2013 Casanueva-Rocha Spanish communication academia: Scientific productivity vs. Social activity 13 10 23 Q3 38%
    28/44 2013 Middaugh New media as a tool for civic learning 12 11 23 Q3 36%
    29/44 2013 Zubillaga-del-Río Disability in the perception of technology among university students 11 8 19 Q3 34%
    30/44 2013 Navarro-Beltrá Bibliometric analysis of research on women and advertising: Differences in print and audiovisual media 11 7 18 Q3 32%
    31/44 2013 Lepicnik-Vodopivec Communication technology in the home environment of four-year-old children (Slovenia) 9 9 18 Q3 29%
    32/44 2013 Bermejo-Berros Masking as a persuasive strategy in advertising for young 9 6 15 Q3 27%
    33/44 2013 Milojevic Methodological approaches to study interactivity in communication journals 9 5 14 Q3 25%
    34/44 2013 Ortiz-Sobrino TV broadcasters and research on TV and children 8 4 12 Q4 23%
    35/44 2013 Marta-Lazo The «i-Generation» and its interaction in social networks. An analysis of Coca-Cola on Tuenti 8 3 11 Q4 20%
    36/44 2013 Ponte Connecting generations. A research and learning approach for media education and audience studies 7 4 11 Q4 18%
    37/44 2013 Calderón-Martínez The participation and web visibility of university digital repositories in the European context 7 4 11 Q4 16%
    38/44 2013 Banaji Everyday racism and «My tram experience»: Emotion, civic performance and learning on YouTube 6 5 11 Q4 14%
    39/44 2013 Ledo-Andión Cultural diversity across the networks: The case of national cinema 5 6 11 Q4 11%
    40/44 2013 Giménez-Toledo Black holes of communication scientific communication and meta-research 6 4 10 Q4 9%
    41/44 2013 Vega-Casanova A children’s observatory of television: «Observar TV», a space for dialogue between children 7 2 9 Q4 7%
    42/44 2013 del-Moral-Pérez Media literacy, participation and accountability for the media of generation of silence 5 3 8 Q4 5%
    43/44 2013 Aran-Ramspott The notion of violence in television fiction: Children’s interpretation 2 1 3 Q4 2%
    44/44 2013 Mañana-Rodríguez The multidisciplinarity in Spanish and foreign communication journals 1 0 1 Q4 1%

     

    2012

    Data update: 2020-10-15

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/44 2012 Ferrés Media competence. Articulated proposal of dimensions and indicators 202 139 341 Q1 97%
    2/44 2012 Gutiérrez-Martín Media education, media literacy and digital competence 112 110 222 Q1 95%
    3/44 2012 Area-Moreira From solid to liquid: New literacies to the cultural changes of Web 2.0 107 105 212 Q1 92%
    4/44 2012 Gómez-Aguilar The academic use of social networks among university students 109 88 197 Q1 90%
    5/44 2012 Pérez-Rodríguez From digital and audiovisual competence to media competence: Dimensions and indicators 80 40 120 Q1 88%
    6/44 2012 Casero-Ripollés Beyond newspapers: News consumption among young people in the digital era 51 45 96 Q1 86%
    7/44 2012 del-Rey The ConRed program, an evidence-based practice 51 43 94 Q1 83%
    8/44 2012 Aparici Pedagogy of interactivity 50 28 78 Q1 81%
    9/44 2012 Agudo-Prado Uses of digital tools among the elderly 43 31 74 Q1 79%
    10/44 2012 Tejedor-Calvo Challenges and risks of Internet use by children. How to empower minors? 31 26 57 Q1 77%
    11/44 2012 Aguaded Media proficiency, an educational initiative that cannot wait 36 15 51 Q1 74%
    12/44 2012 Ramírez-Orellana Attitudes and beliefs of secondary teachers about Internet use in their classrooms 28 19 47 Q2 72%
    13/44 2012 Soep The digital afterlife of youth-made media: Implications for media literacy education 22 22 44 Q2 70%
    14/44 2012 Dezuanni «Prosuming» across cultures: Youth creating and discussing digital media across borders 26 17 43 Q2 68%
    15/44 2012 Moeller «The world unplugged» and «24 Hours without media»: Media literacy to develop self-awareness regarding media 22 19 41 Q2 65%
    16/44 2012 Wilson Media and information literacy: Pedagogy and possibilities 24 15 39 Q2 63%
    17/44 2012 Kendall Critical media literacy after the media 16 20 36 Q2 61%
    18/44 2012 Orozco-Gómez Educational challenges in times of mass self-communication: A dialogue among audience 20 15 35 Q2 59%
    19/44 2012 Pérez-Tornero Teacher training in media education: Curriculum and international experiences 21 12 33 Q2 56%
    20/44 2012 Aguaded United Nations aiming at media literacy education 17 15 32 Q2 54%
    21/44 2012 Culver Media literacy and its use as a method to encourage civic engagement 15 14 29 Q2 52%
    22/44 2012 Gómez-Zermeño Digital libraries: Electronic bibliographic resources on basic education 21 6 27 Q2 50%
    23/44 2012 Gutiérrez-Martín Media literacy in multiple contexts 14 13 27 Q3 47%
    24/44 2012 McCloskey Global teachers: A conceptual model for building teachers’ intercultural competence online 15 11 26 Q3 45%
    25/44 2012 Pérez-Latorre From chess to StarCraft. A comparative analysis of traditional games and videogames 12 13 25 Q3 43%
    26/44 2012 Yuste-Tosina Synchronous virtual environments for e-assessment in Higher education 15 7 22 Q3 41%
    27/44 2012 Potter Social media and self-curatorship: Reflections on identity and pedagogy through blogging on a masters module 9 10 19 Q3 38%
    28/44 2012 Lacalle Genre and age in the reception of television fiction 9 4 13 Q3 36%
    29/44 2012 Pereira Resources for media literacy: Mediating the research on children and media 7 5 12 Q3 34%
    30/44 2012 Sevillano-García Food advertising and consumption by students in Huánuco (Peru) 6 6 12 Q3 32%
    31/44 2012 Vergara-Leyton Representation of childhood in advertising discourse. A case study of the advertising industry in Chile 7 4 11 Q3 29%
    32/44 2012 Sánchez-Carrero Keys to recognizing the levels of critical audiovisual reading in children 9 1 10 Q3 27%
    33/44 2012 Llorent-Bedmar The educational role of the digital media in the integration of immigrants in Spain: El mundo.es and El pais.com 5 5 10 Q3 25%
    34/44 2012 Mora-Fernández The analysis of interactive media and digital culture - hypermedia literacy in Peru and Bolivia 5 5 10 Q4 23%
    35/44 2012 Bautista-García-Vera Value of audiovisual records in intercultural education 7 2 9 Q4 20%
    36/44 2012 Reia-Baptista Film literacy: Media appropriations with examples from the European film context 7 1 8 Q4 18%
    37/44 2012 Alvarado-Miquilena Critical reading of media: A methodological proposal 5 2 7 Q4 16%
    38/44 2012 del-Valle-Rojas Media literacy and consumption of media and advertising in university students of pedagogy in Chile 5 2 7 Q4 14%
    39/44 2012 Oliva-Rota Fame and proffessional success in «Operación Triunfo» and «Fama ¡a bailar!» 4 3 7 Q4 11%
    40/44 2012 Saleh Media and information literacy in South Africa: Goals and tools 2 4 6 Q4 9%
    41/44 2012 Ponte Training graduate students as young researchers to study families’ use of media 1 5 6 Q4 7%
    42/44 2012 Gértrudix-Barrio Music in virtual worlds. Study on the representation spaces 2 2 4 Q4 5%
    43/44 2012 Tayie Young people’s interaction with media in Egypt, India, Finland, Argentina and Kenya 2 1 3 Q4 2%
    44/44 2012 Martínez-Martínez Color in child espots: Chromatic prevalence and relation with the brand logo 2 0 2 Q4 1%

     

    2011

    Data update: 2020-10-16

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/44 2011 Sloep Learning networks, networked learning 52 47 99 Q1 97%
    2/44 2011 Repiso-Caballero Bibliometric and social network analysis applied to television dissertations presented in Spain (1976/2007) 50 36 86 Q1 95%
    3/44 2011 Domingo-Coscollola Classroom 2.0 experiences and building on the use of ICT in teaching 40 25 65 Q1 92%
    4/44 2011 Imbernón-Muñoz Teaching skills in virtual and blended learning environments 37 27 64 Q1 90%
    5/44 2011 Gutiérrez-Recacha People with intellectual disability and ICTs 21 20 41 Q1 88%
    6/44 2011 Checa-Olmos Spaniards’ perspective of immigration. The role of the media 20 19 39 Q1 86%
    7/44 2011 Collis Flexibility in higher education: Revisiting expectations 22 15 37 Q1 83%
    8/44 2011 Gozálvez-Pérez Education for democratic citizenship in a digital culture 22 15 37 Q1 81%
    9/44 2011 Aguaded Children and young people: The new interactive generations 20 17 37 Q1 79%
    10/44 2011 Steinbeck Building creative competence in globally distributed courses through design thinking 23 12 35 Q1 77%
    11/44 2011 Said-Hung The cyber media in Latin America and Web 2.0 17 16 33 Q1 74%
    12/44 2011 Aguaded Media education: An international unstoppable phenomenon UN, Europe and Spain support for edu-communication 18 14 32 Q2 72%
    13/44 2011 Rodríguez-Ferrándiz From cultural industries to entertainment and creative industries. The boundaries of the cultural field 21 9 30 Q2 70%
    14/44 2011 Lozano-Martínez Software for teaching emotions to students with autism spectrum disorder 18 12 30 Q2 68%
    15/44 2011 Martínez-Pecino University senior students on the Web 14 16 30 Q2 65%
    16/44 2011 Rincón New television narratives: Entertainment, telling, citizenship, experimental 19 6 25 Q2 63%
    17/44 2011 Mastrini Structure, concentration and changes of the media system in the Southern Cone of Latin America 15 10 25 Q2 61%
    18/44 2011 Méndiz-Noguero Young people’s attitudes towards and evaluations of mobile TV 15 8 23 Q2 59%
    19/44 2011 Duart The Net on teaching processes at the university 13 10 23 Q2 56%
    20/44 2011 Medina-Laverón The transformation of public TV companies into digital services at the BBC and RTVE 11 7 18 Q2 54%
    21/44 2011 Marcelo-García «Alacena», an open learning design repository for university teaching 10 8 18 Q2 52%
    22/44 2011 Osorio-Gómez Interaction analysis in hybrid learning environment 11 6 17 Q2 50%
    23/44 2011 López-Valero Digital competence and literacy: Developing new narrative formats. The «Dragon age: Origins» videogame 10 6 16 Q3 47%
    24/44 2011 García-Muñoz Television fiction series targeted at young audience: Plots and conflicts portrayed in a teen series 9 7 16 Q3 45%
    25/44 2011 Fuenzalida-Fernández A new meaning of educational television: from school to audience’s everyday life 13 2 15 Q3 43%
    26/44 2011 Burkle Apprenticeship students learning on-line: Opportunities and challenges for polytechnic institutions 9 6 15 Q3 41%
    27/44 2011 Medrano-Samaniego Values perceived in television by adolescents in different cross-cultural contexts 8 7 15 Q3 38%
    28/44 2011 Phillippi-Miranda Communicative empowerment: Narrative skills of the subjects 8 6 14 Q3 36%
    29/44 2011 Torres-Díaz Digital divide in universities: Internet use in Ecuadorian universities 7 7 14 Q3 34%
    30/44 2011 Chicharro-Merayo Learning from television fiction. The reception and socialization effects from watching «Loving in troubled times» 4 10 14 Q3 32%
    31/44 2011 Porta-Navarro The musical offers of children’s programming on «Televisión Española» as its hearing universe 8 5 13 Q3 29%
    32/44 2011 Ramírez-de-la-Piscina-Martínez Report about the media literacy situation in the basque school community 6 7 13 Q3 27%
    33/44 2011 Brändle-Señán The risk of emergence of boomerang effect in communication against violence 6 7 13 Q3 25%
    34/44 2011 Gómez-Escalonilla-Moreno Students’ perspective on on-line college education in the field of journalism 5 7 12 Q4 23%
    35/44 2011 Fernández-Villanueva Emotions elicited by television violence 4 5 9 Q4 20%
    36/44 2011 Souza-Mayerholz The intervention of TV in the Chilean earthquake 5 3 8 Q4 18%
    37/44 2011 Montalvo-Castro Audiovisual riddles to stimulate children’s creative thinking 5 2 7 Q4 16%
    38/44 2011 Quiroz-Velasco Television: seen, heard and read by Peruvian adolescents 3 3 6 Q4 14%
    39/44 2011 Marzal-Felici Consumption patterns and uses of photography in digital era among communication students 5 0 5 Q4 11%
    40/44 2011 Marín-Murillo Teenagers and motherhood in the cinema: «Juno», «Precious» and «The Greatest» 3 2 5 Q4 9%
    41/44 2011 Hirsjärvi Children and new media: Youth media participation. A case study of Egypt and Finland 2 2 4 Q4 7%
    42/44 2011 García-García Structures and archetypal content in advertising communication 2 1 3 Q4 5%
    43/44 2011 Lull Communicating culture: An evolutionary explanation 2 1 3 Q4 2%
    44/44 2011 Avendaño-Ruz Television and its new expressions 1 1 2 Q4 1%

     

    2010

    Data update: 2020-09-16

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/46 2010 Salmerón-Pérez Methodologies to improve communication in virtual learning environments 60 33 93 Q1 97%
    2/46 2010 Prendes-Espinosa ICT competences of future teachers 49 36 85 Q1 95%
    3/46 2010 Ramos-Elizondo Developing cognitive skills with mobile learning: A case study 44 37 81 Q1 93%
    4/46 2010 Guerra-Liaño Study on the use of ICTs as teaching tools by university instructors 48 16 64 Q1 90%
    5/46 2010 Gutiérrez-Martín Digital tribes in the university classrooms 34 23 57 Q1 88%
    6/46 2010 Hennion Loving music: From a sociology of mediation to a pragmatics of taste 32 17 49 Q1 86%
    7/46 2010 Cabero-Almenara Online students´ satisfaction with blended tearning 24 18 42 Q1 84%
    8/46 2010 Sureda-Negre Internet access by minors at home: Usage norms imposed by parents 20 14 34 Q1 82%
    9/46 2010 Hormigos-Ruiz Music distribution in the consumer society: The creation of cultural identities through sound 17 6 23 Q1 80%
    10/46 2010 Bull iPod: A personalized sound world for its consumers 12 11 23 Q1 77%
    11/46 2010 Gértrudix-Barrio The utility of musico-visual formats in teaching 14 7 21 Q1 75%
    12/46 2010 Sedeño Videogames as cultural devices: development of spatial skills and application in learning 0 21 21 Q2 73%
    13/46 2010 Baelo-Álvarez Use of information and communication technologies in Castilla & León universities 11 8 19 Q2 71%
    14/46 2010 Aguaded The European Union passes a recommendation on media literacy in the European digital environment 9 8 17 Q2 69%
    15/46 2010 Schalk-Quintanar Discourse analysis in the quality of expected learning 8 7 15 Q2 67%
    16/46 2010 Santibáñez-Velilla Virtual and real classroom in learning audiovisual communication and education 11 3 14 Q2 65%
    17/46 2010 Clarembeaux Film education: Memory and heritage 10 4 14 Q2 62%
    18/46 2010 Romero-Calmache Advertising in the digital age: The microsite as a strategic factor in on-line advertising campaigns 7 5 12 Q2 60%
    19/46 2010 Browne-Sartori Intercultural journalism: Peruvian and Bolivian representation in the Chilean daily press news 5 6 11 Q2 58%
    20/46 2010 Pastor-Alonso I want to be a journalist: looking for motivation in journalism 5 6 11 Q2 56%
    21/46 2010 Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez Education in European cinema and society’s exclusion of the young 6 4 10 Q2 54%
    22/46 2010 Sobrado-Fernández Planning and development of an ICT-skills map in guidance 6 4 10 Q2 52%
    23/46 2010 Vergara-Leyton The social and cultural impact of advertising among Chilean youths 3 7 10 Q2 50%
    24/46 2010 Fonseca-Mora Studying Spanish in the USA: Mass media as social motivation 5 4 9 Q3 47%
    25/46 2010 Burn Thrills in the dark: Young people’s moving image cultures and media education 5 4 9 Q3 45%
    26/46 2010 Cebrián-de-la-Serna Environmental indigenous wisdom and the design of educational resources 4 5 9 Q3 43%
    27/46 2010 Ocaña-Fernández The sonic imagination of children in Andalusia: A musical analysis of the TV programme «The Band» 6 2 8 Q3 41%
    28/46 2010 de-Aguilera-Moyano Imaginative appropriations of music in the new communicative scenarios 5 3 8 Q3 39%
    29/46 2010 Zagalo Creative game literacy. A study of interactive media based on film literacy 5 2 7 Q3 37%
    30/46 2010 Pérez-Ugena Violence in TV: Analysis of children´s programming 3 4 7 Q3 34%
    31/46 2010 Fouce-Rodríguez Technologies and media in digital music: From music market crisis to new listening practices 6 0 6 Q3 32%
    32/46 2010 Aguaded Media literacy training in graduate and postgraduate studies 3 3 6 Q3 30%
    33/46 2010 Valencia-Cerino The symbols and written language of users of messenger 3 2 5 Q3 28%
    34/46 2010 Pastor-Pérez The radio dramatization of educational contents: A higher education experience 3 2 5 Q3 26%
    35/46 2010 Aierbe-Barandiaran Intimacy in television programs: Adolescents’ perception 2 3 5 Q4 24%
    36/46 2010 Bazalgette Analogue sunset. The educational role of the British Film Institute, 1979-2007 2 3 5 Q4 22%
    37/46 2010 Suhr Understanding the emergence of social protocols on MySpace: Impact and its ramifications 2 2 4 Q4 19%
    38/46 2010 Nogueira-Tavares Understanding cinema: The avant-gardes and the construction of film discourse 2 2 4 Q4 17%
    39/46 2010 Reia-Baptista Film languages in the European collective memory 2 2 4 Q4 15%
    40/46 2010 Bruhn-Jensen The sounds of media. An interdisciplinary review of research on sound as communication 3 0 3 Q4 13%
    41/46 2010 Ruiz-del-Olmo Language and collective identity in Buñuel. Propaganda in the film «España 1936» 2 1 3 Q4 11%
    42/46 2010 de-Aguilera-Moyano Mediations in the new digital landscape. Music and screens 0 1 1 Q4 9%
    43/46 2010 Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez European cinema, memory of Europe 0 0 0 Q4 6%
    44/46 2010 Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez Stories: The history of music that comes and goes 0 0 0 Q4 4%
    45/46 2010 Grimshaw Player relationships as mediated through sound in immersive multi-player computer games 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    46/46 2010 wa-Mukuma The role of musical instruments in the globalization of music 0 0 0 Q4 1%

     

    2009

    Data update: 2020-09-17

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/50 2009 Flores-Vivar New models of communication, profiles and trends in social networks 93 72 165 Q1 97%
    2/50 2009 Tejedor-Tejedor A scale for the measurement of university teachers’ attitudes towards the integration of ICT 72 48 120 Q1 95%
    3/50 2009 Cebrián-Herreros Interactive communication in the cybermedia 46 41 87 Q1 93%
    4/50 2009 Hinojo-Lucena Student´s perceptions of blended learning at university 37 29 66 Q1 91%
    5/50 2009 García-Galera A theoretical analysis proposal on mobile phone use by adolescents 26 21 47 Q1 89%
    6/50 2009 Camps-Cervera Media education beyond school 25 20 45 Q1 87%
    7/50 2009 Frau-Meigs Media education policy: Towards a global rationale 27 12 39 Q1 85%
    8/50 2009 Aguaded The European Parliament bets on media literacy 22 13 35 Q1 83%
    9/50 2009 Díaz-Noci Multimedia and reading ways: a state of the art 17 17 34 Q1 81%
    10/50 2009 Cebrián-Herreros New forms of communication in the cybermedia 18 15 33 Q1 79%
    11/50 2009 Islas Understanding cultural convergence through media ecology 18 11 29 Q1 77%
    12/50 2009 Marcos-López Mobile learning as a tool for the development of communication skills in virtual discussion boards 17 12 29 Q1 75%
    13/50 2009 Guarinos-Galán Televisual teenager phenomena. Adolescent prototypes in TV series in Spain 15 13 28 Q2 73%
    14/50 2009 Navarro-Zamora Fifteen years of online journalism. Interaction and hypertextuality 11 14 25 Q2 71%
    15/50 2009 Perona-Páez Radio edu-webs: Spanish experiences of media education 13 9 22 Q2 69%
    16/50 2009 Díaz-Arias Video in cyberspace: Usage and language 11 11 22 Q2 67%
    17/50 2009 García-Muñoz The positive representation of the image of women in the media 11 10 21 Q2 65%
    18/50 2009 Gramigna Learning with videogames: Ideas for a renewal of the theory of knowledge and education 11 9 20 Q2 63%
    19/50 2009 Tous-Rovirosa PaleoTV, NeoTV and MetaTV in US drama series 14 5 19 Q2 61%
    20/50 2009 Aguaded The short-sightednes of the new teacher training plans in Spain: Analogical or digital teachers? 12 4 16 Q2 59%
    21/50 2009 Kotilainen Promoting youth civic participation with media production: The case of Youth Voice editorial board 7 8 15 Q2 57%
    22/50 2009 González-Navarro New educational settings. Cognitive challenges for the realization of a collective intelligence 8 6 14 Q2 55%
    23/50 2009 Mellado-Ruiz Latin American journalism: A review of five decades and a proposal for a model of analysis 5 9 14 Q2 53%
    24/50 2009 Moral-Toranzo The Internet as a framework for communication and social interaction 9 4 13 Q2 51%
    25/50 2009 Scheuer Foreword 8 5 13 Q2 50%
    26/50 2009 Bautista-García-Vera Audiovisual narrations based on intercultural relationships in education 7 6 13 Q3 48%
    27/50 2009 Moeller Nurturing freedom of expression through teaching global media literacy 7 5 12 Q3 46%
    28/50 2009 Lau Information skills: conceptual convergence between information and communication sciences 8 2 10 Q3 44%
    29/50 2009 de-Fontcuberta-Balaguer Criteria of media education program for Chilean teachers: A proposal for continuous training 6 4 10 Q3 42%
    30/50 2009 González-Conde Networks of participation and communicative interchanges in public radio: Podcasting 3 7 10 Q3 40%
    31/50 2009 Silver A European approach to media literacy: Moving toward an inclusive knowledge society 6 3 9 Q3 38%
    32/50 2009 Saleh Media literacy in MENA: Moving beyond the vicious cycle of oxymora 3 4 7 Q3 36%
    33/50 2009 Morduchowicz When media education is state policy 5 1 6 Q3 34%
    34/50 2009 Sevillano-García Television, attitudes, and drugs in adolescents: Research on their effects 3 2 5 Q3 32%
    35/50 2009 Fernández Broadcast yourself: Oxymoron or media mistake? 3 1 4 Q3 30%
    36/50 2009 Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez The media and the meeting of cultures, in pro of cultural coexistence 1 3 4 Q3 28%
    37/50 2009 Akyeampong Making the introduction of multi-media technologies count in education reform in Africa: The case of Ghana 2 1 3 Q3 26%
    38/50 2009 Banda Exploring media education as civic praxis in Africa 2 1 3 Q4 24%
    39/50 2009 Jeong History, policy, and practices of media education in South Korea 1 2 3 Q4 22%
    40/50 2009 Das Media education as a development project: Connecting emancipatory interests and governance in India 1 2 3 Q4 20%
    41/50 2009 Neitzel Investigating the reading process by means of collaborative environment 1 2 3 Q4 18%
    42/50 2009 Cheung Education reform as an agent of change: The development of media literacy in Hong Kong during the last decade 1 2 3 Q4 16%
    43/50 2009 Opertti Curricular contribution to media education: A work in progress 1 1 2 Q4 14%
    44/50 2009 Salomon The role of broadcasting regulation in media literacy 1 1 2 Q4 12%
    45/50 2009 Hernando-Gómez A WebQuest for vocational guidance in High Schools 1 1 2 Q4 10%
    46/50 2009 Orhon Media education in Turkey: Toward a multi-stakeholder framework 1 1 2 Q4 8%
    47/50 2009 Naji Media education issues for professionals and citizens: Bridging the divides in countries of the South 1 0 1 Q4 6%
    48/50 2009 Prieto-Cruz Information sources and drugs consumption. TV: A risk factor in schoolchildren 1 0 1 Q4 4%
    49/50 2009 Wilson Implementing mandates in media education: The Ontario experience 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    50/50 2009 Waheed-Khan Foreword 0 0 0 Q4 1%

     

    2008

    Data update: 2020-09-22

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/129 2008 Belmonte-Arocha Co-educating the gaze against gender stereotypes in TV 33 18 51 Q1 98%
    2/129 2008 Pérez-Tornero Multi-screen society: a challenge for media literacy 31 12 43 Q1 97%
    3/129 2008 Marta-Lazo The process of TV reception as contextual interaction 16 9 25 Q1 97%
    4/129 2008 García-de-Castro Renewal movements in the Spanish television series 10 15 25 Q1 96%
    5/129 2008 Tyner Audiences, Intertextuality and new media literacy 11 9 20 Q1 95%
    6/129 2008 Moreno-Rodríguez Digital literacy: full control of pen drive and mouse 10 9 19 Q1 94%
    7/129 2008 del-Río-Pereda Reality construction by Spanish infancy across TV consumption 9 9 18 Q1 94%
    8/129 2008 García-Matilla Television and young people in Spain 9 8 17 Q1 93%
    9/129 2008 Tucho-Fernández Media education in the Spanish legislation 6 10 16 Q1 92%
    10/129 2008 Rincón No more audiences, we all become producers 9 5 14 Q1 91%
    11/129 2008 Lozano-Rendón Foreign film and television consumption and appropriation by Latin American audiences 9 4 13 Q1 91%
    12/129 2008 Aierbe-Barandiaran Adolescents’ television viewing habits and its relation with values 6 7 13 Q1 90%
    13/129 2008 Parrilla Language’s alterations in the digital era 7 5 12 Q1 89%
    14/129 2008 Medrano-Samaniego What values do adolescents perceive in their favourite TV programmes? 6 6 12 Q1 88%
    15/129 2008 Tirado-Morueta Drog@ project: virtual learning communities 8 3 11 Q1 87%
    16/129 2008 Fuenzalida-Fernández Changes in the relationship between children and television 8 2 10 Q1 87%
    17/129 2008 García-Canclini Books, screens and audiences: what is changing 4 6 10 Q1 86%
    18/129 2008 Perales-Albert Learning identity: what kind of children do children perceive when they watch TV? 6 3 9 Q1 85%
    19/129 2008 Vassallo-de-Lopes Television and narratives: cultural identities in globalization age 6 3 9 Q1 84%
    20/129 2008 Walzer-Moskovic Public service models in European TV: a comparative analysis of TVE and BBC 5 4 9 Q1 84%
    21/129 2008 Sopena-Palomar The audio-visual regulation: the arguments for and against 4 5 9 Q1 83%
    22/129 2008 Ortiz-Sobrino To teach the look in a multi-screen society 5 2 7 Q1 82%
    23/129 2008 Rodríguez-Vázquez TV and elderly people: educating or mis-educating? 4 3 7 Q1 81%
    24/129 2008 Digón-Regueiro Children programmes and sensationalist TV: entertaining, misinforming, miseducating 3 4 7 Q1 81%
    25/129 2008 Camps-Cervera Anything goes? Towards an ethical look in the mass media 3 4 7 Q1 80%
    26/129 2008 Loscertales-Abril Cartoon movies at home: animation films and TV 4 2 6 Q1 79%
    27/129 2008 Bustamante-Bohórquez Towards a democratic education of the look 4 2 6 Q1 78%
    28/129 2008 Abellán-Fabrés Community dimension of media literacy 3 3 6 Q1 78%
    29/129 2008 Martínez-Fresneda-Osorio Journalistic design, the critic reading key of the press 2 4 6 Q1 77%
    30/129 2008 Ruiz-San-Román TV channels social responsibility: self-regulation on TV contents during special protected schedule 3 2 5 Q1 76%
    31/129 2008 Sánchez-Carrero «Infant television newscast»: learning resource in TV 3 2 5 Q1 75%
    32/129 2008 de-Oliveira-Soares The right to the screen: from media education to educommunication in Brazil 3 2 5 Q1 74%
    33/129 2008 Marcellán-Baraze Mass media educative value: social correlations 3 2 5 Q2 74%
    34/129 2008 Vergara-del-Solar TV in the daily life of children: the case of Santiago de Chile 3 2 5 Q2 73%
    35/129 2008 Loscertales-Abril Watching movies at home: an overview to family socialization 3 2 5 Q2 72%
    36/129 2008 Callejo-Gallego The right to access to the media: methodological reflections 2 3 5 Q2 71%
    37/129 2008 Marín-Montín Teaching sport with TV 3 1 4 Q2 71%
    38/129 2008 Perceval-Verde Oral-gestural, writing, audio, audiovisual and… digital? The five degrees of communication in education 3 1 4 Q2 70%
    39/129 2008 Lull The active pleasures of expression and communication 3 1 4 Q2 69%
    40/129 2008 Aguaded University television and public service 3 1 4 Q2 68%
    41/129 2008 Guerra-Liaño The TV: an educational tool in the context of the family 2 2 4 Q2 68%
    42/129 2008 Ubreva-Amor Image as a daily learning opportunity 2 2 4 Q2 67%
    43/129 2008 Revuelta-Blanco Image Pedagogy: TV advertisement critical reading 2 2 4 Q2 66%
    44/129 2008 Medrano-Samaniego Are there social stereotypes in teenagers´ viewing habits? 2 2 4 Q2 65%
    45/129 2008 Gómez-Aguilar Education in mobility 1 3 4 Q2 64%
    46/129 2008 López-de-la-Roche Do young audiences learn from media? 3 0 3 Q2 64%
    47/129 2008 Daolio Viewing comprehension: an educational experience interpreting television sports from Brazil 2 1 3 Q2 63%
    48/129 2008 de-Souza The use of digital video in class: a pedagogical proposition 2 1 3 Q2 62%
    49/129 2008 Gutiérrez-Martín Media education in the digital age 1 2 3 Q2 61%
    50/129 2008 Herrera-Damas The newsombudsman as an instrument for media education 1 2 3 Q2 61%
    51/129 2008 Matos Watching TV with family 1 2 3 Q2 60%
    52/129 2008 de-Pablos-Coello ‘Communicative Frenzy’ as disinformation 1 2 3 Q2 59%
    53/129 2008 Rosique-Cedillo The TV viewers associations facing the audiovisual communication challenge 1 2 3 Q2 58%
    54/129 2008 Martín-Barbero The explosion of narratives and the multiplication of readings 0 3 3 Q2 58%
    55/129 2008 López-Romero A descriptive study of TV consumption in children in Primary and High schools 2 0 2 Q2 57%
    56/129 2008 Aguaded 2 0 2 Q2 56%
    57/129 2008 Maeso-Rubio TV and education in values 1 1 2 Q2 55%
    58/129 2008 Torres-Lana The deceitful sight: audiovisual dictatorship and democratic counterpower 1 1 2 Q2 54%
    59/129 2008 Granado-Palma Another audio-visual education 1 1 2 Q2 54%
    60/129 2008 Rodríguez-Fuentes Watching TV with visual impaired children 1 1 2 Q2 53%
    61/129 2008 Luna Audiovisual education to promote multiple competences 1 1 2 Q2 52%
    62/129 2008 Moreno-García Values education in childhood TV programmes 1 1 2 Q2 51%
    63/129 2008 Grupo-Spectus Creative analysis of publicity in virtual environments 1 1 2 Q2 51%
    64/129 2008 González-Oñate «Cuatro»: the new strategy of television trademark to connect with young people 0 2 2 Q2 50%
    65/129 2008 Chacón-Gordillo The use of women as sex objects in advertising 0 2 2 Q3 49%
    66/129 2008 Orozco-Gómez Audiences and screens in America 1 0 1 Q3 48%
    67/129 2008 Aguaded 1 0 1 Q3 48%
    68/129 2008 Sánchez-Igual Education is in the hands of four actors: parents, teachers, children and TV 1 0 1 Q3 47%
    69/129 2008 Gordillo-Álvarez TV and strategies to promote consumption among young girls 1 0 1 Q3 46%
    70/129 2008 Aguilar-González Transverse readings: how to build critical audiences 1 0 1 Q3 45%
    71/129 2008 Soto-Romero Educating the sight and the audiovisual writing 1 0 1 Q3 45%
    72/129 2008 Reia-Baptista Who sees what? Contributions for an open debate about television in the context of media literacy 1 0 1 Q3 44%
    73/129 2008 Clarembeaux The critical education of young people about TV: countries in northern and central Europe 1 0 1 Q3 43%
    74/129 2008 de-Oliveira-Soares The right to screens: from media education to educommunication in Brazil 0 1 1 Q3 42%
    75/129 2008 Jacks Reception studies and cultural identity 0 1 1 Q3 41%
    76/129 2008 Roel-Vecino TV, contents and childhood: keys to teach TV watching 0 0 0 Q3 41%
    77/129 2008 Rius-Sanchis The «TV baby sitter» phenomenon as a modern cathodic «Super-nanny» 0 0 0 Q3 40%
    78/129 2008 Pereira Backstage of TV for children: criteria underlying programming construction 0 0 0 Q3 39%
    79/129 2008 Lamuedra-Graván How to educate the gaze and manufacture the news: the citizen in the BBC broadcast information 0 0 0 Q3 38%
    80/129 2008 Vera-Aranda Teaching to watch television with a critical spirit 0 0 0 Q3 38%
    81/129 2008 Rivoltella TV and children in Italy: experiences on teaching television 0 0 0 Q3 37%
    82/129 2008 Díaz-Gómez Hypermedia project: TV magnifying glass 0 0 0 Q3 36%
    83/129 2008 de-Oliveira-Souza Chalk, camera, action: an experiment in reading and production of the image for teachers´ training 0 0 0 Q3 35%
    84/129 2008 Peralta-Ferreyra TV: responsibility in socialization 0 0 0 Q3 35%
    85/129 2008 Fernández-Baena Educational TV and teachers: an impossible relationship? 0 0 0 Q3 34%
    86/129 2008 Cabrera-González Television consumption and profiles of the hearings: a customized way to watch TV 0 0 0 Q3 33%
    87/129 2008 Ruiz-Trujillo Educative TV or TV-sitter?: attitudes towards the current TV 0 0 0 Q3 32%
    88/129 2008 Maturana Television literacy at the «kindergarden» 0 0 0 Q3 31%
    89/129 2008 Hidalgo-Rodríguez Aesthetic education in television animation 0 0 0 Q3 31%
    90/129 2008 Novelli-Osorio Television of proximity and audiovisual literacy 0 0 0 Q3 30%
    91/129 2008 Martínez-González TV and reality: a proposal for teachers´ training 0 0 0 Q3 29%
    92/129 2008 Masegosa-Hernández Information on TV: youngsters should also be taken into account 0 0 0 Q3 28%
    93/129 2008 Martínez-Rodrigo The impact of the screen codes 0 0 0 Q3 28%
    94/129 2008 Romero-Carmona The reception of soap operas and the genre perspective 0 0 0 Q3 27%
    95/129 2008 Jiménez-Palacio Pass in language, maths... and TV 0 0 0 Q3 26%
    96/129 2008 Rodríguez-Mateos The consumption of television: a big show 0 0 0 Q3 25%
    97/129 2008 Barbosa-da-Silva Child-school-TV and their relationship in the readings of the world 0 0 0 Q4 25%
    98/129 2008 Fernández-Martínez Apocalyptics: means and ends 0 0 0 Q4 24%
    99/129 2008 Mariana-Fernández Why teaching to watch TV? 0 0 0 Q4 23%
    100/129 2008 Saavedra-Inaraja Teaching to watch TV as part of «Education for the Citizenship» 0 0 0 Q4 22%
    101/129 2008 Aguaded-Gómez The family and the children’s consumption of television: orientations and proposals 0 0 0 Q4 21%
    102/129 2008 Nunes TV online: different ways to watch and interpret 0 0 0 Q4 21%
    103/129 2008 Hernández-Díaz Methodological proposal to educate in mediations 0 0 0 Q4 20%
    104/129 2008 Marín-Díaz TV and family: working together for the education? 0 0 0 Q4 19%
    105/129 2008 Pavón-Rabasco Teaching to watch family from the school and the family 0 0 0 Q4 18%
    106/129 2008 Monescillo-Palomo Psychopedagogic orientation for learning and teaching to watch TV 0 0 0 Q4 18%
    107/129 2008 Pulido-Rodríguez Educating our ways of viewing through the dialogue 0 0 0 Q4 17%
    108/129 2008 Méndez-Garrido Teaching to watch TV is our business 0 0 0 Q4 16%
    109/129 2008 Boza-Osuna Teaching how to watch TV, an outstanding subject 0 0 0 Q4 15%
    110/129 2008 Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez The yellow press 0 0 0 Q4 15%
    111/129 2008 Funes Intelligent audiences: a possible challenge 0 0 0 Q4 14%
    112/129 2008 Berlanga-Fernández Informative programmes related to the mystery journalism: rubbish TV or informative rigour? 0 0 0 Q4 13%
    113/129 2008 Alvarado-Miquilena Learning to watch TV: from virtual to specialization in the creative use of TV 0 0 0 Q4 12%
    114/129 2008 Vicente-Mariño Screens’ societies: potentialities and limits for media education 0 0 0 Q4 12%
    115/129 2008 Quintão-Carneiro Readings of TV from teenagers storyboards 0 0 0 Q4 11%
    116/129 2008 Moreno-Rodríguez Spain: bottom of the league regarding quality TV 0 0 0 Q4 10%
    117/129 2008 Reigosa-York Relations between school and TV: making visible the invisible 0 0 0 Q4 9%
    118/129 2008 Linde-Navas TV as an instrument of moral education for democratic citizenship 0 0 0 Q4 8%
    119/129 2008 Bacher School and TV: love and mistrust in a liquid environment 0 0 0 Q4 8%
    120/129 2008 Azaústre-Serrano Learn to observe: «The Boarding School», a proposal for developing critical thinking 0 0 0 Q4 7%
    121/129 2008 Cruz-Díaz Social and educational features in children´s TV programming: «La Banda» at the Radio and Television of Andalucía 0 0 0 Q4 6%
    122/129 2008 Olascoaga Formation of the critical consciousness regarding mass media in Uruguay 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    123/129 2008 Bevort Education on TV in France 0 0 0 Q4 5%
    124/129 2008 Huergo The formative relevance of screens 0 0 0 Q4 4%
    125/129 2008 Torrent Commercialized childhood 0 0 0 Q4 3%
    126/129 2008 Vicente-Encinas TV is our business 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    127/129 2008 González-Sánchez Screens we see, societies we unknow 0 0 0 Q4 2%
    128/129 2008 Comín-Oliver TV is not Mary Poppins 0 0 0 Q4 1%
    129/129 2008 Borges Portuguese RTP2 and the promotion of media education 0 0 0 Q4 1%

     

    2007

    Data update: 2020-09-24

    POS PUB Author Global ranking on official Web of Science and Scopus citations WOS Cites Scopus Cites Total Article Quartil Article Percentil
    1/31 2007 Ferrés Competence in media studies: its dimensions and indicators 75 0 75 Q1 96%
    2/31 2007 Galán-Fajardo Gender construction and spanish fiction TV 37 0 37 Q1 93%
    3/31 2007 Barranquero-Carretero Concept, instruments and challenges of media education for social change 21 0 21 Q1 89%
    4/31 2007 Cabero-Almenara Technology changed scene or Pygmalion came true 14 0 14 Q1 86%
    5/31 2007 Gómez-Camacho Spanish spelling and electronic writing 14 0 14 Q1 83%
    6/31 2007 Marzal-Felici Film analysis in multiscreen era 10 0 10 Q1 80%
    7/31 2007 Ezeiza-Ramos On-line tutoring at university: a proposal for the sequencing of electronic tools 9 0 9 Q1 77%
    8/31 2007 Espinar-Ruiz Gender stereotypes in audiovisual products for children 9 0 9 Q2 73%
    9/31 2007 Zunzunegui-Díez The state of things: two or three things I know about film analysis 7 0 7 Q2 70%
    10/31 2007 Ramos-Serrano Strategies of telephone companies in Spain 7 0 7 Q2 67%
    11/31 2007 Rivoltella Italian media educational situation and challenges for the next future 7 0 7 Q2 64%
    12/31 2007 Ferrer-López Content analysis about toy’s advertisment during Christmas campaign 7 0 7 Q2 61%
    13/31 2007 Lamuedra-Graván Media students, professional placements, University and the learning challenge 6 0 6 Q2 57%
    14/31 2007 Palao-Errando Sequential literacy: the teaching of cinema in the age of audio-visual speech 5 0 5 Q2 54%
    15/31 2007 Reia-Baptista Towards a media literacy: examples of the Portuguese speaking context 4 0 4 Q2 51%
    16/31 2007 Calvo-Salvador Social exclusion and technology 4 0 4 Q3 48%
    17/31 2007 Rodríguez-Merchán Cinema teaching in Spain. A historical perspective and a contemporary view 4 0 4 Q3 45%
    18/31 2007 Gabelas-Barroso A view of media education in Spain 4 0 4 Q3 42%
    19/31 2007 Moro-Rodríguez Values education through television advertising 3 0 3 Q3 38%
    20/31 2007 Palacio-Arranz Cultural Studies and film in Spain 3 0 3 Q3 35%
    21/31 2007 Krucsay Media education in Austria: competence, communication, autonomy 3 0 3 Q3 32%
    22/31 2007 Bazalgette Media education in the UK 2 0 2 Q3 29%
    23/31 2007 Bevort Media education in France: a hard consolidation with good prospects 2 0 2 Q3 26%
    24/31 2007 Gómez-Tarín Cinematographic narrative and education for cinema 2 0 2 Q4 22%
    25/31 2007 Llorente-Cejudo Towards e-learning from free software. Moodle like a Learning Managament System (LMS) within reach of all 1 0 1 Q4 19%
    26/31 2007 Ruano-López Culture and television. A controversial relation 1 0 1 Q4 16%
    27/31 2007 Kickert Media education in Luxembourg 1 0 1 Q4 13%
    28/31 2007 Clarembeaux Media education in the French Community of Belgium 1 0 1 Q4 10%
    29/31 2007 Álvarez-Suárez Newspapers as a didactic resource for the environmental education 1 0 1 Q4 6%
    30/31 2007 Raposo-Rivas Didactic use of web page pertaining to department in Secondary Schools 1 0 1 Q4 3%
    31/31 2007 Ginesta-Portet Values in sport: a pedagogical experience with the football match Barça-Madrid 1 0 1 Q4 1%

     

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