Vol. XXI, No. 41, 2nd semester, June 2013
The MOOC revolution: A new form of education from the technological paradigm?
Ignacio Aguaded, Huelva (Spain).
Black holes of communication scientific communication and meta-research
Elea Giménez-Toledo, Madrid (Spain) & Evaristo Jiménez-Contreras, Granada (Spain).
Three decades of spanish communication research: Towards legal age
David Fernández-Quijada, Barcelona (Spain) & Pere Masip-Masip, Barcelona (Spain).
Spanish scientific output in communication sciences in WOS. The scientific journals in SSCI (2007-12)
Daniela de-Filippo, Madrid (Spain).
Internationalization and coauthorship in major communication journals in Spain
Eudald Escribà-Sales, Barcelona (Spain) & Sergi Cortiñas, Barcelona (Spain).
The impact of scientific journals of communication: Comparing Google Scholar Metrics, Web of Science and Scopus
Emilio Delgado-López-Cózar, Granada (Spain) & Rafael Repiso-Caballero, Granada (Spain).
Altmetrics: New indicators for scientific communication in Web 2.0
Daniel Torres-Salinas, Pamplona (Spain), Álvaro Cabezas-Clavijo, Granada (Spain) & Evaristo Jiménez-Contreras, Granada (Spain).
Spanish communication academia: Scientific productivity vs. Social activity
Cristóbal Casanueva-Rocha, Sevilla (Spain) & Francisco-Javier Caro-González, Sevilla (Spain).
The multidisciplinarity in Spanish and foreign communication journals
Jorge Mañana-Rodríguez, Madrid (Spain) & Beatriz Sierra-Arizmendiarrieta, Oviedo (Spain).
The videoarticle: New reporting format in scientific journals and its integration in MOOCs
Esteban Vázquez-Cano, Madrid (Spain).
Methodological approaches to study interactivity in communication journals
Ana Milojevic, Belgrado (Serbia), Jelena Kleut, Belgrado (Serbia) & Danka Ninković, Belgrado (Serbia).
Bibliometric analysis of research on women and advertising: Differences in print and audiovisual media
Marián Navarro-Beltrá, Alicante (Spain) & Marta Martín-Llaguno, Alicante (Spain).
Informal learning through Facebook among Slovenian pupils
Karmen Erjavec, Liubliana (Slovenia).
Ethos, pathos and logos in Facebook. User networking: New «rhetor» of the 21th century
Inmaculada Berlanga-Fernández, La Rioja (Spain), Francisco García-García, Madrid (Spain) & Juan-Salvador Victoria-Mas, Málaga (Spain).
The reasons for non-use of social networking websites by university students
Zeynep Turan, Erzurum (Turkey), Hasan Tinmaz, Estambul (Turkey) & Yuksel Goktas, Erzurum (Turkey).
The role of the Internet and social networks in the arab uprisings an alternative to official press censorship
Xosé Soengas-Pérez, Santiago de Compostela (Spain).
Masking as a persuasive strategy in advertising for young
Jesús Bermejo-Berros, Segovia (Spain).
Connecting generations. A research and learning approach for media education and audience studies
Cristina Ponte, Lisboa (Portugal) & Piermarco Aroldi, Milán (Italy).
Advertising stereotypes and gender representation in social networking sites
Iolanda Tortajada-Giménez, Tarragona (Spain), Núria Araüna-Baró, Tarragona (Spain) & Inmaculada-José Martínez-Martínez, Murcia (Spain).
Gender representation in advertising of toys in the Christmas period (2009-12)
Esther Martínez-Pastor, Madrid (Spain), Miguel-Ángel Nicolás-Ojeda, Murcia (Spain) & Álvaro Salas-Martínez, Madrid (Spain).
The influence of social networks on the adolescents’ online practices
Antonio García-Jiménez, Madrid (Spain), María-Cruz López-de-Ayala-López, Madrid (Spain) & Beatriz Catalina-García, Madrid (Spain).
Intimacy and «extimacy» in social networks. Ethical boundaries of facebook
Lucía Tello-Díaz, Madrid (Spain).
Visual stories: From the entertainment society to the knowledge society
Enrique Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez, Almería (Spain).
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