Published issues

Vol. XI, No. 21, 2nd semester, October 2003

Technologies in a global age

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A new way to think education in a global world

Patricia Delgado-Granados, Sevilla (Spain).

Use of slides as an educational resource. Making diaporamas in the classroom

Margarita Moreno-Pons, Huelva (Spain).

To educate critical citizens from the curricular integration of the communication mass media

Jesús Domingo-Segovia, Granada (Spain).

Everlasting teenagers and mediatic free time

Ignasi de-Bofarull-de-Torrents, Barcelona (Spain).

Technological speech: between reality and marketing cover

Virginia-Silvina Funes, Buenos Aires (Argentina).

Family and Internet

Verónica Marín-Díaz, Córdoba (Spain) & María-Dolores García-Fernández, Córdoba (Spain).

How to create new audiovisual codes for seeking audiences

Inmaculada Rodríguez-Cunill, Salamanca (Spain).

A new language in the Net

Félix Moral-Toranzo, Málaga (Spain) & Rocío García-Loreto, Málaga (Spain).

Communication in crisis times

Octavio-Isaac Rojas-Orduña, Madrid (Spain).

Construction of war conflicts: an analysis from education in mass media

Fernando Tucho-Fernández, Madrid (Spain).

New ways to understand the world: from analogic to digital television

Tatiana Millán-Paredes, Badajoz (Spain).

Didactic strategies in mass media in the initial formation of the professorship

Josefina Santibáñez-Velilla, La Rioja (Spain) & Alfonso-Jesús Gil-López, Logroño (Spain).

An educational channel for on line university education

María-Almudena Álvarez-Irarreta, Madrid (Spain).

Computer applications to psychometry in educational research

Antonio Rodríguez-Fuentes, Granada (Spain) & Francisco Martínez-Sánchez, Granada (Spain).

Teenagers´comsuption habits of mass media

Fernando Navarro-Morcillo, Córdoba (Spain).

Twenty one years of school press

Pedro-A. López-Yera, Jaén (Spain).

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