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Vol. XVIII, No. 36, 1st semester, 3 2011

Television and its New Expressions

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A new meaning of educational television: from school to audience’s everyday life

Valerio Fuenzalida-Fernández, Santiago de Chile (Chile).

Communicating culture: An evolutionary explanation

James Lull, San José (United States) & Eduardo Neiva, Alabama (United States).

Television: seen, heard and read by Peruvian adolescents

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

New television narratives: Entertainment, telling, citizenship, experimental

Omar Rincón, Bogotá (Colombia).

Structure, concentration and changes of the media system in the Southern Cone of Latin America

Guillermo-Néstor Mastrini, Buenos Aires (Argentina) & Martín Becerra, Buenos Aires (Argentina).

Communicative empowerment: Narrative skills of the subjects

Alejandra Phillippi-Miranda, Santiago (Chile) & Claudio Avendaño-Ruz, Santiago (Chile).

The intervention of TV in the Chilean earthquake

María-Dolores Souza-Mayerholz, Santiago (Chile) & Víctor Martínez-Ravanal, Santiago (Chile).

Young people’s attitudes towards and evaluations of mobile TV

Alfonso Méndiz-Noguero, Málaga (Spain), Miguel de-Aguilera-Moyano, Málaga (Spain) & Eddy Borges-Rey, Doha (Qatar).

The transformation of public TV companies into digital services at the BBC and RTVE

Mercedes Medina-Laverón, Pamplona (Spain) & Teresa Ojer-Goñi, Zaragoza (Spain).

Emotions elicited by television violence

Concepción Fernández-Villanueva, Madrid (Spain), Juan-Carlos Revilla-Castro, Madrid (Spain) & Roberto Domínguez-Bilbao, Madrid (Spain).

Teaching skills in virtual and blended learning environments

Francisco Imbernón-Muñoz, Barcelona (Spain), Patricia Silva-García, Barcelona (Spain) & Carolina Guzmán-Valenzuela, Valparaíso (Chile).

Teenagers and motherhood in the cinema: «Juno», «Precious» and «The Greatest»

Flora Marín-Murillo, Vizcaya (Spain).

Audiovisual riddles to stimulate children’s creative thinking

Jorge Montalvo-Castro, Lima (Peru).

Education for democratic citizenship in a digital culture

Vicent Gozálvez-Pérez, Valencia (Spain).

Software for teaching emotions to students with autism spectrum disorder

Josefina Lozano-Martínez, Murcia (Spain), Francisco-Javier Ballesta-Pagán, Murcia (Spain) & Salvador Alcaraz-García, Murcia (Spain).

From cultural industries to entertainment and creative industries. The boundaries of the cultural field

Raúl Rodríguez-Ferrándiz, Alicante (Spain).

Report about the media literacy situation in the basque school community

Txema Ramírez-de-la-Piscina-Martínez, Vizcaya (Spain), Jose-Inazio Basteretxea-Polo, Vizcaya (Spain) & Estefanía Jiménez-Iglesias, Vizcaya (Spain).

Digital competence and literacy: Developing new narrative formats. The «Dragon age: Origins» videogame

Amando López-Valero, Murcia (Spain), Eduardo Encabo-Fernández, Murcia (Spain) & Isabel Jerez-Martínez, Albacete (Spain).

People with intellectual disability and ICTs

Pedro Gutiérrez-Recacha, Madrid (Spain) & Almudena Martorell-Cafranga, Madrid (Spain).

Learning from television fiction. The reception and socialization effects from watching «Loving in troubled times»

Mar Chicharro-Merayo, Madrid (Spain).

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