Published issues

Vol. XIV, No. 27, 2nd semester, October 2006

Coomunication trends

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Fashion and mass media and civic education

José-María de-Andrés-Garrido, Granada (Spain).

Metrosexuals and übersexuals as an advertising construction

Juan Rey-Fuentes, Sevilla (Spain).

«Dinkis»: setting a new life style

María-Teresa Delgado-Brull, Sevilla (Spain) & Domingo Gómez-Abeja, Sevilla (Spain).

Vocabulary and fashion discourse

Carmen Ávila-Manín, Granada (Spain) & Francisco Linares-Ales, Granada (Spain).

Towards intelligent buying

Marisun Gajitos, Helsinki (Finland).

Bestsellers, reading habits and ideology

Miguel-Angel Martínez-Cabeza, Granada (Spain) & María-del-Carmen Espínola-Rosillo, Granada (Spain).

Communication outlines of free magazines aimed at youngsters

Eileen Hudson, Montevideo (Uruguay).

The meaning of television series: audiovisual slogans

Mercedes Medina-Laverón, Pamplona (Spain).

Music and styles: the creation by means of the theory of social representations

Monica Duarte, Río de Janeiro (Brazil).

Video games, markers of tendencies in the technological leisure

Ángeles Llorca-Díez, Salamanca (Spain).

The media in teenagers' socialization: styles and modes

María-Teresa Téramo, Buenos Aires (Argentina).

From the school in television to the (digital) television in the school

Juan-Salvador Victoria-Mas, Málaga (Spain).

The impact of mobile phones in the life of adolescents aged 12 - 16 years old

Sara Malo-Cerrato, Girona (Spain).

Youth, technologies and the language of links

Víctor-Manuel Marí-Sáez, Cádiz (Spain).

Parents' guidance on TV use: a quantitative and qualitative model for content acquisition

Carmen Marta-Lazo, Zaragoza (Spain).

Magic ingredients and clinical tests in commercials as advertising strategies

Carolina Moreno-Castro, Valencia (Spain).

Relationship between journalists and politicians in critical situations: a case study

Sergi Cortiñas, Barcelona (Spain) & Carles Pont-Sorribes, Barcelona (Spain).

Coeducation in Andalusian telematic educative network «Averroes»

Emelina Galarza-Femández, Málaga (Spain).

A current view of the elearning communities

Francisco-Andrés García-Martínez, Granada (Spain).

Communication processes in virtual cooperative environments

Gregorio Jiménez-Valverde, Barcelona (Spain) & Anna Llitjós-Viza, Barcelona (Spain).

Virtual museums as a teaching and learning tool

Josefina Santibáñez-Velilla, La Rioja (Spain).

Educative and communicative technologies in teacher's training programs

Valdinei Marcolla, Pelotas (Brazil).

The virtual school: technology as an educative tool

Montserrat Tesouro-Cid, Girona (Spain) & Juan Puiggalí-Allepuz, Girona (Spain).

Communication in Internet: social constructivism and development of a virtual identity

Ana Ortigosa-Pastor, Logroño (Spain) & Ana Ibáñez-Moreno, Logroño (Spain).

«Cinema and Health» Programme: A ipublic nitiative to promote adolescents' health

Javier Gallego-Diéguez, Zaragoza (Spain) & Carlos Gurpegui-Vidal, Zaragoza (Spain).

Studying at the hellmouth: the school experiencein «Buffy, the vampire slayer»

Concepción-Carmen Cascajosa-Virino, Sevilla (Spain).

Assessment: strategies to improve the quality in communication processes

Ignacio González-López, Córdoba (Spain).

The education in communication in Cataloniaº

Alba Ambrós-Pallarés, Barcelona (Spain).

University tutoring: reflections aboot aodiovisoal mass-media subjects

Ana Sedeño, Málaga (Spain).

Alternative means to access mediatic information for people with sensory impairments

Antonio Rodríguez-Fuentes, Granada (Spain).

Literacy, literature and nechnologies in favour of special education

Antonio García-Guzmán, Granada (Spain).

Joan Brossa and cinema

Tomás Pedroso-Herrera, Huelva (Spain).

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