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The development of new methodologies for analysing –and really improving– people’s communication by means of media is sluggish. The reasons for this often relate to the media themselves, the politics, the teachers’ situation and an insufficient pedagogy.

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At a time when academic activity in the area of communication is principally assessed by the impact of scientific journals, the scientific media and the scientific productivity of researchers, the question arises as to whether social factors condition scientific activity as much as [...]

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This article shows a new vision of Media Consumption for Communication Research through the relation between a host society and Diaspora. Immigrant’s Media Consumption is already [...]

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This article presents the methodological strategies, results and a critical analysis of the national research project MapCom “The Research Sphere on Communication Studies Social Practices, Map of Projects, Groups, research objects and methods”. We present the results [...]

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The application of the Cameo (Characterizations Automatically Made and Edited Online) bibliometric technique -one of the most advanced methodologies for the analysis and representation of information- to the research history of Marshall McLuhan allows us to create a scientific portrait [...]

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The results of a qualitative investigation carried out between November 2010 and February 2011, on the future of the scientific journals specializing in media and communication in Spain are summarized. The research methodology used was the Delphi method based on the answers provided [...]