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Vol. XIII, No. 25, 2nd semester, October 2005

Quality Television

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Is a quality television possible?

Carmen Caffarel-Serra, Madrid (Spain).

Quality television: distinctiveness and audience

Rafael Camacho-Ordóñez, Sevilla (Spain).

About a television for the education in tuning multimedia

Agustín García-Matilla, Valladolid (Spain).

What is the television that we have like?

Valentí Gómez-Oliver, Barcelona (Spain).

Teaching to watch TV: a necessary and possible option

Ignacio Aguaded, Huelva (Spain).

Does the TV shel exit in a global universe of communication?

Julio Cabero-Almenara, Sevilla (Spain).

High quality television and autoregulations of the messages for children and youth

Ramón Reig, Sevilla (Spain).

The television we want… if we really want what we say

Juan-María Casado-Salinas, Sevilla (Spain).

Television, globalization and social change

Miguel-Ángel Ortiz-Sobrino, Madrid (Spain).

For a new educational use of radio and television in Latin america

Gerardo Ojeda-Castañeda, Madrid (Spain).

Towards another model of television system in the global communication age

Carme Mayugo-i-Majó, Barcelona (Spain).

Archetype and reality on TV: Quality, formats and representation

Julián Pindado-Pindado, Málaga (Spain).

Viewers associations in quality television construction

José Boza-Osuna, Zaragoza (Spain).

Television and viewers: civil society´s mobilization

Nuno von-Amann-de-Campos, Lisboa (Portugal).

TV and viewers: a constant conflict

Manuel Fidalgo-Yebra, Sevilla (Spain).

Pitched battle for the audience. «Rubbish TV», «Rubbish Education»

Miguel-Ángel Siloé-del-Pozo-Sánchez, Granada (Spain).

Television and teenagers, a mythic and controversial relationship

José-Antonio Gabelas-Barroso, Zaragoza (Spain).

Education for media, a necessary, urgent and with future question

Vitor Reia-Baptista, Faro (Portugal).

Citizens and screens: passivity or responsibility

Enrique Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez, Almería (Spain).

Literacy in the media communication: code and decoding of the digital narrative

Ramón Pérez-Pérez, Oviedo (Spain).

Educative project, tools for an audiovisual education

Luis Boza-Osuna, Barcelona (Spain).

Quality in children’s television

Sara Pereira, Braga (Portugal).

TV: the star screen

Ilda Peralta-Ferreyra, Almería (Spain).

The television discourse. The seductive language of a imaginary and virtual world

Amor Pérez-Rodríguez, Huelva (Spain).

Television and televiewers

Ángel-Luis Vera-Aranda, Sevilla (Spain).

Audiovisual language and manipulation

Estrella Martínez-Rodrigo, Granada (Spain).

Learning from the school and family to choose a quality television

Francisco Pavón-Rabasco, Cádiz (Spain).

A quality television and the family

Verónica Marín-Díaz, Córdoba (Spain).

TV a curricula resource and knowledge means

Julio Tello-Díaz, Huelva (Spain) & Manuel Monescillo-Palomo, Huelva (Spain).

Family in front of television: victim or guilty?

Joan Ferrés, Barcelona (Spain).

The responsibility of television programme planners

Rafael Quintana-Garzón, Jaén (Spain).

The future of the digital society and values in media education

José-Manuel Pérez-Tornero, Barcelona (Spain).

The search for communication in a multi-screen society: an ecology point of view

Manuel Pinto, Braga (Portugal).

Television, education and audience's identity construction

Jorge Belmonte-Arocha, Valencia (Spain) & Silvia Guillamón-Carrasco, Valencia (Spain).

Educational aim four our culture: learning to be semioticly strong

José-Ángel López-Herrerías, Madrid (Spain).

The media is not the message any longer

José Mateo, Sevilla (Spain), Antonio García, Sevilla (Spain) & Sandra Guzmán, Sevilla (Spain).

The hypnosis of screens: reflections on a possible awakening of televiewer

Aurelio del-Portillo-García, Madrid (Spain).

The best TV offer for the free-time consuming TV viewer

Laura López-Romero, Málaga (Spain).

Television and mass media representation: contractual problems with the viewer

María-de-los-Ángeles Martínez-García, Sevilla (Spain).

Ciziten participation from the view of the law of social responsibility in radio and television of Venezuela

María-del-Mar Ramírez-Alvarado, Sevilla (Spain).

Television and politcs: Spain and France

Tomás Pedroso-Herrera, Huelva (Spain).

The televiewer, a sovereign or a puppet of the political events?

Nuria Quintana-Paz, Salamanca (Spain).

Political news on TV: are the citizens apathetic or interested in it?

Salomé Berrocal-Gonzalo, Valladolid (Spain).

The excessive spectator (fan) and the communities online: studies of reception and mediatic education in «Big Brother»

Daniel Aranda, Barcelona (Spain).

The viewers’ judgement about television reality narratives

Manel Jiménez-Morales, Barcelona (Spain).

Andalusian people in the TV reality: audience through the anonymus andalusian stereotype on TV

Laura Teruel-Rodríguez, Málaga (Spain) & Florencio Fernández-Delgado-Cabello, Málaga (Spain).

Journalists and viewers: challenges and demands for a process of interactive relation

Elena Real-Rodríguez, Madrid (Spain).

The teenager viewer as a castaway

Luis Deltell-Escolar, Madrid (Spain).

The effects of TV on children and teenagers

Adhámina Rodríguez-Escámez, Sevilla (Spain).

What do the children´s audiences do with the television?

Sergio-Ricardo Quiroga-Macleimont, San Luis (Argentina).

Emotion and children´s habits regarding television

Ana Sedeño, Málaga (Spain).

Uses and rewards of television according to child receivers

Antonio Flores-Domínguez, Tabasco (Mexico).

Parents, main referent for what children watch on TV

Carmen Marta-Lazo, Zaragoza (Spain).

The pre-school child on a TV viewer

Carmen-Lucía Domínguez-Aguila, Concepción (Chile) & Nieves-Irma Schade-Yankovic, Chile (Chile).

Is hanging being 6 hours better than watching TV for 1 hour?

Ángel-Javier Gómez, Córdoba (Spain), María-del-Carmen León, Córdoba (Spain) & María-Jesús Monedero-Isorna, Córdoba (Spain).

What the children of the world demand from television. Comparative International Research between 6 countries

Tatiana Merlo-Flores, Buenos Aires (Argentina).

What do the Brazilian children think about what they learn on tv?

Rosalia Duarte, Río de Janeiro (Brazil) & Rita Migliora, Río de Janeiro (Brazil).

Favourite children´s TV programmes arroung viewers from 6 to 8 years old

María-Luisa Sevillano-García, Madrid (Spain).

The listening of one viewer. Children in front of television

Amparo Porta-Navarro, Castellón (Spain).

Musical language of the programme «Xuxa and the world of imagination»

José Nunes-Fernandes, Río de Janeiro (Brazil).

The soundtrack of the programme «Ra-Tim-Bum»

Monica Duarte, Río de Janeiro (Brazil).

TV advertising with acting children (up to 12 years): an analysis of audio-visual contents

Manuela Barba-García, Huelva (Spain).

The television that youngter want: to a media of proximity

Fernando Sabés-Turmo, Barcelona (Spain).

Consumption of television among youngsters at University

Ana Almansa-Martínez, Málaga (Spain).

Youngsters in front of the telerubbish: case study

Emilio Fuentes-Romero, Málaga (Spain).

Empirical study on the teensoap «Al salir de clase»: Soap Opera's power in the transmission of values among teenagers

Yolanda Montero-Rivero, Valladolid (Spain).

TV, development and language. A study on teenagers from Ceuta

María-del-Pilar Núñez-Delgado, Ceuta (Spain), Raquel Benítez, Ceuta (Spain) & José-Antonio Liébana-Checa, Ceuta (Spain).

TV habits and values: a university teaching experience

Santiago Palacios-Navarro, San Sebastián (Spain), Concepción Medrano-Samaniego, San Sebastián (Spain) & Alejandra Cortés-Pascual, Zaragoza (Spain).

Television and Peruvian Audience in oral and diverse country

María-Teresa Quiroz-Velasco, Lima (Peru).

Audiovisual violence and its developmental effects: a theoretical and empiric study

Carlos Barrios-Cachazo, Madrid (Spain).

TV and violence new ways of watching

Armanda Matos, Coimbra (Portugal).

Effects that images of suffering, violence and death have on viewers and society

Antonio Linde-Navas, Málaga (Spain).

Violence in the cartoons of past and present days

Fina Pérez-Garcias, Palma de Mallorca (Spain) & Santos Urbina-Ramírez, Palma de Mallorca (Spain).

Television, advertising and communication

María-Dolores Degrado-Godoy, Huelva (Spain).

Weblogues: a new instrument for the promotion of the communication between television and viewers

Neusa Baltasar, Faro (Portugal).

The positioning in 20’’: the self-promotion of the television networks

Lorena López-Font, Castellón (Spain) & Cristina González-Oñate, Castellón (Spain).

Towards a more participative television

Tíscar Lara-Padilla, Madrid (Spain).

Adjustment of the electronic commerce to the digital television

María-del-Rosario Fernández-Falero, Badajoz (Spain).

The influence of television on TV viewers’ consuming habits: the viewer’s associations report

María-Jesús Fernández-Torres, Málaga (Spain).

«Selling me softly, sharp persuasion»: influence of placement product on the children´s audience of serials

Mònika Jiménez-Morales, Barcelona (Spain).

The political and publicity profit that comes from (self-interested)compliances to the demand

Óscar Sánchez-Alonso, Salamanca (Spain).

Consuming as consumers and not as spectators

José Clavero-Berlanga, Granada (Spain) & Lidia Santiago-Calahorro, Granada (Spain).

Evolution in the preferences of audio-visual product consumers

Lorena Rodríguez-Campo, Pontevedra (Spain), Valentín-Alejandro Martínez-Fernández, A Coruña (Spain) & Óscar Juanatey-Boga, A Coruña (Spain).

The sustainable mobility in advertising observatory and television

Gerardo Pedrós-Pérez, Córdoba (Spain).

TV social representations social and children

María-del-Carmen Reina-Flores, Sevilla (Spain).

Tips for a didactic application of TV advertising to the learning of the language

Elisabet Costa-Giménez, Barcelona (Spain) & Rosa Sayós-Santiogosa, Barcelona (Spain).

The uncertain status of Images in Digital Age

Julián Echazarreta-Carrión, Valencia (Spain).

Gender and Television. Stereotypes and power relations in TV

Sonia Núñez-Puente, Madrid (Spain).

The representation of the «other-woman» in the screens: filmic contents in television and co-education

Jorge Belmonte-Arocha, Valencia (Spain) & Silvia Guillamón-Carrasco, Valencia (Spain).

Theoretic bases for the reflection on the social meaning of theoretical famous and less famous people in television

María Lamuedra-Graván, Madrid (Spain).

The role of television in the constitution of contemporary readers

Maria-Luiza Oswald, Río de Janeiro (Brazil).

Genres of «simulation of reality»: Production as a key concept for the analysis of media products

Fernando Tucho-Fernández, Madrid (Spain).

National fiction series and audiences: a business handed on a plate

Susana Torrado-Morales, Murcia (Spain) & Carmen Castelo-Blasco, Murcia (Spain).

The contents on local television

Joaquín-A. García-Muñoz, Badajoz (Spain).

The local public television: a platform for contents of citizen service

Carmen-del-Rocío Monedero-Morales, Málaga (Spain).

TV newsreader´s voice

Emma Rodero, Barcelona (Spain) & Gloria Campos-Parra, Salamanca (Spain).

The newsreader: requirements for on effective communication

Alejandro Salgado-Losada, Salamanca (Spain).

Cinema and television: the dangerous friendships

Luis Moreno-Torres, Jaén (Spain).

Music and television

Juan-Bautista Romero-Carmona, Huelva (Spain).

The from «Wises Commission report»: bases for a quality TV

María Soler-Campillo, Valencia (Spain).

Standards of quality in TV and their valuation

Lucio Blanco-Mallada, Madrid (Spain).

The model of public television scheduling as model of quality television

Leopoldo Abad-Alcalá, Madrid (Spain).

Ethical principles for a quality TV

María-de-los-Ángeles San-Martín-Pascal, Madrid (Spain).

Wanting to, knowing how or beging able to achieve a quality TV

Nuria-Cristina Sánchez-Gey-Valenzuela, Sevilla (Spain).

Social function of the media and the present Spanish television

Miguel Bobo-Márquez, Sevilla (Spain).

Television: paying for quality? Public and private networks in public service mission

Samantha Mendes, Faro (Portugal).

The audiovisual producers: tools analysis

Mónica Hinojosa-Becerra, Málaga (Spain).

The one who loves you, analyzes you

Donaciano Bartolomé-Crespo, Madrid (Spain).

Is the future TV a wanted TV?

Tatiana Millán-Paredes, Badajoz (Spain) & Soledad Ruano-López, Badajoz (Spain).

The faustian bargain: the interactive television that we would (not) like to have

Rosanna Mestre-Pérez, Valencia (Spain).

Quality and digital terrestrial television

Inmaculada Postigo-Gómez, Málaga (Spain).

The thematic channels: an alternative to the programming of the generalist television

Soledad Ruano-López, Badajoz (Spain) & Tatiana Millán-Paredes, Badajoz (Spain).

The local television of proximity: horizontal networks

Patricia Picazo-Sanz, Valencia (Spain).

Approach to the empiric measurement of quality in children´s TV contents

Victoria Tur-Viñes, Alicante (Spain).

Children´s programming: between education and entertainment

Cristina González-Díaz, Alicante (Spain).

Luddites or convinced? An approach to reality in children´s television

María-Teresa Francés-Barceló, Alicante (Spain).

Television message of programmes and publicity addressed to children: approach to the quality of its content

María-Dolores Fernández-Poyatos, Alicante (Spain) & Victoria Tur-Viñes, Alicante (Spain).

A methodology for the quality study of the programmatic audio-visual contents aimed at children

María-del-Carmen Carretón-Ballester, Alicante (Spain) & Eva Espinar-Ruiz, Alicante (Spain).

The quality in cartoons on television

María-del-Carmen Hidalgo-Rodríguez, Granada (Spain) & Jesús Pertíñez-López, Granada (Spain).

The impact as on educational strategy on the XXI century television

Nuria Rajadell-Puiggròs, Barcelona (Spain), Carme Oliver-Vera, Barcelona (Spain) & Inmaculada Bordás-Alsina, Barcelona (Spain).

The TV we deserve

Asunción Galván-Álvarez, Sevilla (Spain), Cristina Gómez-Águila, Sevilla (Spain) & Carmen-María Martos-López, Sevilla (Spain).

Quality as opposed to Uncertainty: fear and risks of watchin

Delia Crovi-Druetta, México D.F. (Mexico) & Carlos Lozano-Ascencio, Madrid (Spain).

Television quality from and citizen participation

Borys Bustamante-Bohórquez, Bogotá (Colombia) & Fernando Aranguren-Díaz, Bogotá (Colombia).

The citizen’s interest for in the TV contents: the new TV actors

Gloria Rosique-Cedillo, Madrid (Spain).

The critical viewer: a determinative agent in the TV quality

Olivia-E. Núñez-Orellana, México D.F. (Mexico).

TV Ombudsman: an argument against Pandora’s Box

María-Magdalena da-Costa-Oliveira, Braga (Portugal).

Hybridization of genres and crisis in the quality of television: the role of audiovisual councils present television

Maite Ribés-Alegría, Castellón (Spain).

The news from the televisions by Internet: analysis of web site of Tele5 and Antena3

Guillermo López-García, Valencia (Spain).

The political telegenia in a quality television

Jorge Santiago-Barnés, Salamanca (Spain).

Dominated television: some limitations from TV in education and arguments for television competence

José-Manuel Bautista-Vallejo, Huelva (Spain), Begoña Mora-Jaureguialde, Huelva (Spain) & Maite Gata-Amaya, Huelva (Spain).

The TV contents and the social control of its quality: the weblogs, a new interactive tool

Francisco-Javier Ruiz-San-Miguel, Málaga (Spain) & Sonia Blanco, Málaga (Spain).

Towards public broadcast 2.0.: BBC Creative Archive

Daniel Villar-Onrubia, Sevilla (Spain).

Television and Information: analysis of television quality criteria in national channels news

José-Antonio López-Téllez, Málaga (Spain) & Francisco-Antonio Cuenca-García, Málaga (Spain).

TV news: weaknesses or manipulation?

Jenaro Fernández-Baena, Madrid (Spain).

Is television news an informative and educational programme or just a way of entertainment?

Carles Marín-Lladó, Madrid (Spain).

From the illiteracies to the telerubbish: investigation on transition's processes

Dolores Rodríguez-Mateos, Sevilla (Spain).

«Other news» and spanish news: an analysis's proposal

Patricia Digón-Regueiro, A Coruña (Spain).

The programming quality of own production newscasts in the local radio broadcasting of Castilla and León

Zulima Iglesias-Cruz, Salamanca (Spain).

Debates on television schedules and its use like a measure of programmes quality

Juan-Francisco Gutiérrez-Lozano, Málaga (Spain).

The competition as quality gender on Spanish television

Enrique Guerrero-Pérez, Pamplona (Spain).

The TV series pilot: analysis of «Aída», the first spanish spin off

Pedro Sangro-Colón, Salamanca (Spain).

Six feet Under, a quality series: narrative analysis of the pilot program

Miguel-Ángel Huerta-Floriano, Salamanca (Spain).

Television fiction and generation representation: old people models in national TV series

José-Antonio López-Téllez, Málaga (Spain) & Francisco-Antonio Cuenca-García, Málaga (Spain).

Reality shows: how to exploit a TV genre

Daniel Maestre-Delgado, Huelva (Spain).

Value analysis and audiovisual production quality

Juan-Carlos del-Valle-Suárez, Sevilla (Spain).

A proposal for the evaluation of television quality formats

Carolina Moreno-Castro, Valencia (Spain) & Manuel de-la-Fuente-Soler, Valencia (Spain).

Television in Europe: analysis and comparison of the main public television channels in six countries

Gemma-Cristina Camáñez-García, Madrid (Spain).

Quality television: actions and good practices in the Italian TV

Alessandra Carenzio, Milán (Italy).

Discussion of parameters of quality to analyse Portuguese TV 2 programmes

Gabriela Borges, Faro (Portugal).

Towards an index of television quality: an Argentinian experience

Marcela Farré, Buenos Aires (Argentina).

Argentine television programming and the absent state: companies vs citizens´rights

María-del-Rosario Luna, Buenos Aires (Argentina).

The law of Social Responsibility and the quality of the television in Venezuela

Elda Moraleses, Maracaibo (Venezuela) & Liliana González, Maracaibo (Venezuela).

For a quality drama on television: the second golden age of North American television

María-del-Carmen Castro-Rodríguez, Sevilla (Spain).

Lessons of Brazilian television to build a concept of quality TV: focus, the TV program Pânico na TV!

Silene-de-Araújo Gomes-Lourenço, São Paulo (Brazil).

From an educational TV in a global sense to an educational TV in a strict sense

Alejandra Walzer-Moskovic, Madrid (Spain).

Is it an educational television in the digital multibroadcast age possible

Miquel Francés-i-Domènec, Valencia (Spain).

Educative television as a university methodological strategy

Julio-José Suárez, Caracas (Venezuela) & Wilmer-Enrique Navas-Montes, Caracas (Venezuela).

Educative TV: «Sesame Street» as a practical example

Jaime del-Campo, Sevilla (Spain), Víctor-M. Vegazo, Sevilla (Spain) & Alberto Macías-Macías, Sevilla (Spain).

Social popular movements from critical reading of television contents

Maria-Antônia de-Souza, Curitiba (Brazil) & Iolanda Bueno, Curitiba (Brazil).

Studies of collaborative audio-visual cases on educational television as education’s methodologies in European space of higher education

Pedro Román-Graván, Sevilla (Spain), Soledad Domene-Martos, Sevilla (Spain) & José-María Fernández-Batanero, Sevilla (Spain).

Television and education, partners on the verge of hysteria

Michel Clarembeaux, Lieja (Belgium).

The disassociation between television and education

Josep Pelechá-i-Pons, Valencia (Spain).

Educating media competence: new ways of consumption and educational perspectives

Pier-Cesare Rivoltella, Milán (Italy).

A digital television-based program in Media Education

Fernando Tucho-Fernández, Madrid (Spain).

Teaching how to watch television

María-Encarnación Carrillo-García, Murcia (Spain).

New forms to watch: New forms to teach to watch

Eva Jiménez-Tenza, Málaga (Spain) & María-de-los-Ángeles Cabrera-González, Málaga (Spain).

To persuade or to educate: TV’s Role in the global village

Fernando Jiménez-Pérez, Sevilla (Spain) & Natalia Vela-González, Málaga (Spain).

TV and School: understanding communicative ecosystem

Eduardo Gutiérrez, Bogotá (Colombia).

From TV at school towards TV for school

José-Ramón del-Pino-Ruiz, Sevilla (Spain) & Francisco-José Martínez-Ruiz, Huelva (Spain).

A new motivation: the television in the school

Ana-Luisa Fernandes-Gonçalves, Albufeira (Portugal).

The challenge within the mass-media’s affaire: a change inside the representations which constructs knowledge

Walter Temporelli, Barcelona (Spain).

Television and university: a meeting for the reflection and the training of the future teachers

Juan Casanova-Correa, Cádiz (Spain) & Francisco Pavón-Rabasco, Cádiz (Spain).

The television in the novice teacher's formation at the university

Omar-Rafael Ramírez, Táchira (Venezuela).

Television, disabled people and formative curriculum of the teachers

María-Mercedes López-González, Córdoba (Spain) & Mercedes López-González, Córdoba (Spain).

Setting audiovisual creation between teachers and trainers

Ricard Huerta-Ramón, Valencia (Spain).

Literacy and televisión like development structures for learninging Latinamerica

María-del-Rocío Cruz-Díaz, Sevilla (Spain).

Which tv do teachers want? From unrecognized experiences to emerging knowledge of the selection of video and TV programs

Glaucia Guimarães, Río de Janeiro (Brazil), Nilda Alves, Río de Janeiro (Brazil) & Raquel Goulart-Barreto, Río de Janeiro (Brazil).

Television: silly box or magical box?

Francisca-María Rodríguez-Vázquez, Huelva (Spain) & Alejandro Ruiz-Trujillo, Huelva (Spain).

Influences of television on the family education

Antonio-Salvador Jiménez-Hernández, Huelva (Spain) & Luisa Torres-Barzabal, Huelva (Spain).

Psychopedagogical Orientation, education and television

Manuel Monescillo-Palomo, Huelva (Spain).

Children, TV and violence: a media literacy approach

Elsa-Patricia García-Núñez-de-Cáceres, Monterrey (Mexico).

Television, cinema and teenagers: relationship and aspirations

Tania-María Esperon-Porto, Pelotas (Brazil) & Aline Krause-Lemke, Pelotas (Brazil).

Orientationto improper consumption on television in childhood

María-de-la-O Toscano-Cruz, Huelva (Spain).

Television and childhood: teacher’s formation perspective

Ángela de-Luque-Sánchez, Córdoba (Spain), Ana Molina-Rubio, Córdoba (Spain) & Antonio Ontoria-Peña, Córdoba (Spain).

The cartoons of television and its educational value

Verónica Marín-Díaz, Córdoba (Spain).

The television’s cartoons as transmision´s resource of educative and cultural values

Nuria Rajadell-Puiggròs, Barcelona (Spain), Maria-Antònia Pujol-Maura, Barcelona (Spain) & Verónica Violant-Holz, Barcelona (Spain).

Televisión abuse on our students´s side: how, when and why

María-de-la-Cinta Aguaded-Gómez, Huelva (Spain).

Television and teachers: report on practices in classes of children aged 7 to 11

Lúcia-Maria Vaz-Peres, Pelotas (Brazil).

Media representation and teenagers’ audiovisual production

Carme Mayugo-i-Majó, Barcelona (Spain), Montserrat Moix-Puig, Barcelona (Spain) & Marta Ricart-Masip, Barcelona (Spain).

Animated cartoons and children

María-del-Carmen Reina-Flores, Sevilla (Spain).

Two ways to focus televisión in the school as a curricular tool

Pablo Cortés-González, Málaga (Spain).

TV as a way of social behaviour: a pedagogical proposal

Francisco Casado-Mestre, Huelva (Spain).

Educational possibility on education

Laura Moreno-García, Madrid (Spain).

Television: a tool for acquiring knowledge, skills and values

Josefina Santibáñez-Velilla, La Rioja (Spain).

The TV, an instrument in the classroom

Teresa Sibón-Macarro, Madrid (Spain).

Let us teach to discriminate stereotypes sexist on television

Luisa Torres-Barzabal, Huelva (Spain) & Antonio-Salvador Jiménez-Hernández, Huelva (Spain).

Television as a messenger of attitudes, values and ideological referents

Romualdo Benítez-Serrano, Sevilla (Spain).

Scientific Education on television

Julio Tello-Díaz, Huelva (Spain).

Scientific education, society and TV

Francisco-José Martínez-Ruiz, Huelva (Spain), María-Mercedes Bautista-Arnedo, Granada (Spain) & José-Ramón del-Pino-Ruiz, Sevilla (Spain).

Television as a teaching tool and as a way of knowledgement in the area of History

María-del-Pilar Valero-Palomo, Sevilla (Spain) & Ángel-Luis Vera-Aranda, Sevilla (Spain).

Musical and educational programes on television

Juan-Bautista Romero-Carmona, Huelva (Spain) & María-Dolores Degrado-Godoy, Huelva (Spain).

«Buen provecho»: television in the workshop-classroom to a cookery and pastry workshop

Montserrat Medina-Moles, Huelva (Spain) & Manuel del-Castillo-López, Huelva (Spain).

Sports and television: a perspective from the physical education

Julio Tello-Díaz, Huelva (Spain) & José-Antonio Rebollo-González, Huelva (Spain).

The spots, a possibility to develop the environmental education through the television

Carlos-Alberto Saez-Martínez, La Habana (Cuba).

Educative possibilities of televising means:analysis proposals

Mirian Raposeiras-Roubín, Pontevedra (Spain).

Telepuebla and Ebarrios TV, two experiences of audiovisual communication

Joaquín Conde-García, Córdoba (Spain).

Brazilian experiences with communitarian TVs

Valter Filé, Río de Janeiro (Brazil).

From local tv to global education

Mercedes Vázquez-Vázquez, Lugo (Spain), Sandra-María Sánchez-Vázquez, Lugo (Spain) & Alba Sánchez-Vázquez, Lugo (Spain).

Latin american university videos and cultural, scientific and economic development

Jenny Bustamante-Newball, San Cristóbal (Venezuela).

The children's tv and adolescents with camera by hand

Vânia-Lúcia Quintão-Carneiro, Brasilia (Brazil).

Quality cinema: literacy reading strategies through television

Elvia Méndez-Fregozo, Tijuana (Mexico).

Barcelona Film Diverse: young glances and voices for cultural diversity

Anna Blázquez-Abella, Barcelona (Spain) & María Heredero-Jiménez, Barcelona (Spain).

«Tweenies»: a TV-series as model for musical education in the classroom a transdisciplinary proposal

Francisco-José García-Gallardo, Huelva (Spain) & Herminia Arredondo-Pérez, Huelva (Spain).

When children are the public: analysing the information from Quiosque

Cátia Candeias, Lisboa (Portugal).

The public pedagogy of television advertising: a way of didactic appropiation

Virginia-Silvina Funes, Buenos Aires (Argentina).

You do your announcement amused

José Clares-López, Sevilla (Spain) & Trinidad de-la-Montaña-de-Santiago-y-Pavón, Sevilla (Spain).

25² lines: mathematics on television

José Muñoz-Santonja, Sevilla (Spain).

The televison persuasive

Sandra Vázquez-Toledo, Zaragoza (Spain).

Children, cinema and television: an experiment with film and educational mediation

Monica Fantin, Santa Catarina (Brazil).

First steps to guarantee good audio-visual habits on children

Mar Pons, Barcelona (Spain), María-Gloria de-Anta, Barcelona (Spain) & Xisca Ferrer, Barcelona (Spain).

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