Vol. XXIV, No. 47, 2nd quarter, April 2016
Dr. Eloísa Nos Aldas - Jaume I Univertsity - Spain
Dr. Matt Baillie Smith - Northumbria University Newcastle - United Kingdom
01 Watching and tweeting: Youngsters’ responses to media representations of resistance
Alba Torrego, Segovia (Spain) & Alfonso Gutiérrez-Martín, Segovia (Spain).
02 Digital civic activism in Romania: Framing anti-Chevron online protest community «faces»
Camelia Cmeciu, Bucarest (Romania) & Cristina Coman, Bucarest (Romania).
03 The transformative image. The power of a photograph for social change: The death of Aylan
Susana de-Andrés-del-Campo, Segovia (Spain), Eloisa Nos-Aldas, Castellón (Spain) & Agustín García-Matilla, Valladolid (Spain).
04 Professional information skills and open data. Challenges for citizen empowerment and social change
María-Carmen Gertrudis-Casado, Madrid (Spain), Manuel Gértrudix-Barrio, Madrid (Spain) & Sergio Álvarez-García, Madrid (Spain).
05 Community media as exercise of communicative citizenship: Experiences from Argentina and Ecuador
Mauro Cerbino, Quito (Ecuador) & Francesca Belotti, Roma (Italy).
06 The representation of workingwomen in Spanish television fiction
Charo Lacalle, Barcelona (Spain) & Beatriz Gómez, Logroño (Spain).
07 Values and emotions in children’s audiovisual fictional narratives
Ana Aierbe-Barandiaran, Bilbao (Spain) & Eider Oregui-González, Bilbao (Spain).
08 Models of educational integration of ICTs in the classroom
Manuel Area-Moreira, Tenerife (Spain), Víctor Hernández-Rivero, Tenerife (Spain) & Juan-José Sosa-Alonso, Tenerife (Spain).
09 Powerful communication style on Twitter: Effects on credibility and civic participation
Salvador Alvídrez, Monterrey (Mexico) & Oziel Franco-Rodríguez, Saltillo (Mexico).
10 Teaching ethics in the university through multicultural online dialogue
Elena Briones, Sandander (Spain) & Laura Lara, Santiago (Chile).
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