• Comunicar 62: Learning ecologies in the digital age
  • Comunicar 61: Digital Competence for Teachers. Perspectives and foresights for a new school
  • Comunicar 60: How to become a genius. Personalized learning and high capacities in the connected society
  • Comunicar 59: Emerging mobile media. Convergence in the new media arena
  • Comunicar 58: Digital media and learning: Emergent forms of participation and social transformation
  • Comunicar 57: Artivism: Art and Social Engagement in a Digital World
  • Comunicar 56: Cyberbullying: the threat without a face
  • Comunicar 55: The Media Sphere. Controversies in Public Life
  • Comunicar 54: Shared Science and Knowledge. Open Access, Technology and Education
  • Comunicar 53: Critical Citizenship and Social Empowerment in the Emerging Cybersociety
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    Gender equality and ICT in the context of formal education: A systematic review

    Igualdad de género y TIC en contextos educativos formales: Una revisión sistemática

    María-Paz Prendes-Espinosa, Pedro-Antonio García-Tudela & Isabel-María Solano-Fernández. Murcia (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C63-2020-01

    Gender studies in Communication Degrees

    Los estudios de género en los Grados de Comunicación

    Francisco-José García-Ramos, Francisco-A. Zurian & Patricia Núñez-Gómez. Madrid (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C63-2020-02

    Women on YouTube: Representation and participation through the Web Scraping technique

    La mujer en YouTube: Representación y participación a través de la técnica Web Scraping

    Uxía Regueira, Almudena Alonso-Ferreiro & Sergio Da-Vila. Santiago de Compostela & Vigo (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C63-2020-03

    Influence of Instagram stories in attention and emotion depending on gender

    Influencia de las historias de Instagram en la atención y emoción según el género

    Joan-Francesc Fondevila-Gascón, Óscar Gutiérrez-Aragón, Meritxell Copeiro & Marc Polo-López. Barcelona & Gerona (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C63-2020-04

    Victims and perpetrators of feminicide in the language of the Mexican written press

    Víctimas y victimarios de feminicidio en el lenguaje de la prensa escrita mexicana

    Elizabeth Tiscareño-García & Oscar-Mario Miranda-Villanueva. Monterrey (Mexico)

    DOI:10.3916/C63-2020-05

    SEO and the digital news media: From the workplace to the classroom

    SEO y cibermedios: De la empresa a las aulas

    Carlos Lopezosa, Lluís Codina, Javier Díaz-Noci & José-Antonio Ontalba. Barcelona & Valencia (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C63-2020-06

    Influence of family and pedagogical communication on school violence

    Influencia de la comunicación familiar y pedagógica en la violencia escolar

    Miguel Garcés-Prettel, Yanin Santoya-Montes & Javier Jiménez-Osorio. Cartagena de Indias (Colombia)

    DOI:10.3916/C63-2020-07

    To-friend or not-to-friend with teachers on SNSs: University students' perspectives

    Ser o no ser amigos de los profesores en redes sociales: Las perspectivas de los estudiantes universitarios

    Zeynep Turan, Levent Durdu & Yuksel Goktas. Erzurum & Kocaeli (Turkey)

    DOI:10.3916/C63-2020-08

    Domesticated voices and false participation: Anatomy of interaction on transmedia podcasting

    Voces domesticadas y falsa participación: Anatomía de la interacción en el podcasting transmedia

    David García-Marín & Roberto Aparici. Madrid (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C63-2020-09

    Problematic Internet uses and depression in adolescents: A meta-analysis

    Usos problemáticos de Internet y depresión en adolescentes: Meta-análisis

    Raquel Lozano-Blasco & Alejandra Cortés-Pascual. Zaragoza (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C63-2020-10

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