• M. Fernández Falero
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 115

    Abstract
    The challenge of the electronic commerce for the new century is going to be the step to the digital television, so that we go away to having to adapt at the rate of a television [...]

  • T. Lara Padilla
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 114

    Abstract
    The new technologies of collaboration developed in Internet have led to a change in the relationship between mass media and its audiences. These tools of participation help [...]

  • L. López Font, C. González Oñate
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 113

    Abstract
    The Spanish televising scene is, at the present time, the center of a social and cultural discussion.Before the critic carried out towards as daily means as it is it the television, [...]

  • N. Baltasar
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 112

    Abstract
    Weblogs, also referred to as Blogs, are a very important tool in our days and its growth in the last few years is the confirmation of the importance they have in the Portuguese [...]

  • M. Degrado Godoy
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 111

    Abstract
    We can say that television is a social or mass médium, sent to all the saciety, so there are million of addressers uho receive the messages at the same time. If maves TV [...]

  • F. Pérez Garcias, S. Urbina Ramírez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 110

    Abstract
    This study compares several cartoon serials -from middle 60's to middle 70's- with actual cartoon programs, and has the main objective of analyzing if the social concern about [...]

  • A. Linde Navas
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 109

    Abstract
    First photography and then television have persistently reflected suffering, sorrow and death. In this paper I intend to review some of the theories which explain such an [...]

  • A. Pinto da Mota Matos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 108

    Abstract
    This paper presents the results of a study conducted with 820 students from the 4th, 6th and 8th grades, with the purpose of testing the hypothesis that enjoyment of TV violence, [...]

  • C. Barrios Cachazo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 107

    Abstract
    The present communication shows the results obtained from an academic work done between February & May 2005 in the seminary «Education and prevention of violence» taught [...]

  • M. Quiroz Velasco
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 106

    Abstract
    The television is a subject that worries all of us, from educators, politicians, and intellectuals, to producers and TV makers. When the TV stopped being considered the big [...]

  • S. Palacios Navarro, C. Medrano Samaniego, A. Cortés Pascual
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 105

    Abstract
    On the one hand, this paper is part of a wider reseach work that collects information on some diferent variables: previous knowledge, habits of studing, motivational strategies, [...]

  • M. Núñez Delgado, R. Benítez, J. Liébana Checa
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 104

    Abstract
    Television has an important role in both the individual and social development. We live in a world where everything happens very fast, where TV contributes to spread views [...]

  • Y. Montero Rivero
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 103

    Abstract
    The television's power to socializate teenagers is always reason for worry among educators and social scientists. Soap Opera is one of the highest exponents as transmitter [...]

  • E. Fuentes Romero
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 102

    Abstract
    Our communication - after stating that not in the information that the mass media emit on trash TV, not in the big agreements that are taking the youth movements are present-, [...]

  • A. Almansa Martínez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 101

    Abstract
    Enough he has written himself on the television consumption during the infancy and adolescence. Nevertheless, overcome the threshold of the adult age, The topic loses interest. [...]

  • F. Sabés Turmo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 100

    Abstract
    This work tries to do a revision to the preferences, tastes and ways of consuming television on the part of the young men of Aragon. The contributed results arise from 790 [...]

  • M. Barba García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 99

    Abstract
    Nobody questions that advertising is one of the elements of the culture of our time and it generates consumption, being the children the most sensitive objectives. Thus, once [...]

  • M. Duarte
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 98

    Abstract
    This study treats the partial results of research directed at the analysis of soundtrack of television program Ra Tim Bum, Educational TV, obtained by applying the methodology [...]

  • J. Nunes Fernandes
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 97

    Abstract
    This study is developed on the theoretical and methodological basis of analysis of discourse apply to music, proposed by Amparo Porta (1997, 2001). The objective is to analyse [...]

  • A. Porta Navarro
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 96

    Abstract
    Our topic looks for the understanding of the music's function in the communication and, at the same time, to try to explain to it. In our position the basic contents are the [...]

  • M. Sevillano García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 95

    Abstract
    During the last five years, the television consumption of the smallest has increased a lot. According to our investigation, the schedules in those that the children watch [...]

  • R. Duarte, R. Migliora
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 94

    Abstract
    This study analyses and discusses the opinions of children contained in the texts and drawings that were forwarded to us regarding what they think about what they learn by [...]

  • T. Merlo Flores
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 93

    Abstract
    This field research aims to understand the way in which the children of the world relate to television and what they expect from it, that is how they wish it to be in the [...]

  • Á. Gómez, M. León, M. Monedero Isorna
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 92

    Abstract
    This paper analyses the results of a poll about the student's TV habits in the first cycle of CSE (Compulsory Secondary Education) of the IES Averroes in Córdoba. The relation [...]

  • C. Domínguez Aguila, N. Schade Yankovic
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 91

    Abstract
    Social communication media, and particularly television, constitute a significant part of the daily life of adults, adolescents and children. Access to this media has made [...]

  • C. Marta Lazo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 90

    Abstract
    The fact that children share their exposure time of TV media with their parents affects the messages reception quality. The children who usually talk with their parents during [...]

  • A. Flores Domínguez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 89

    Abstract
    The Uses and Gratifications Approach is based on claiming that the receiver of communication is an active subject capable of selecting the media and their contents, in his [...]

  • A. Sedeño Valdellos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 88

    Abstract
    Television provides a common base for the first phases in children´s socialization. The language in television rests on three elements: visual tools, the tribute to personality [...]

  • S. Quiroga Macleimont
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 87

    Abstract
    The TV is an absorbent media, de powerful penetration and an instrument of culture and social interaction. During the 60 the research about TV and children was realize since [...]

  • A. Rodríguez Escámez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 86

    Abstract
    TV influences people during all ages, but especially during childhood and adolescence. In this study we analyze the TV habits of 87 individuals (49 female and 38 male) from [...]

  • L. Deltell Escolar
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 85

    Abstract
    Internet and the games of computer have displeased the television leisure among the young men.The teenagers dedicate more hours Intternet and the games of arranged. They have [...]

  • E. Real Rodríguez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 84

    Abstract
    The information appears today like an individual and social necessity, because a society without information is not free. The public function of information begins admitting [...]

  • L. Teruel Rodríguez, F. Fernández-Delgado Cabello
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 83

    Abstract
    This paper arises from the research on the most relevant Spanish reality shows approaching the stereotypes transmision question. The analysis departs from the overrepresentation [...]

  • M. Jiménez Morales
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 82

    Abstract
    This congress communication tries to develop a brief contents study about some of the paradigmatic reality programs with a qualitative analysis of their receipt. Hereby, it [...]

  • D. Aranda Juárez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 81

    Abstract
    The goal of the communication is to present the results of a research on a group of excessive spectators (fans) of Big Brother who use a forum of discussion in the network [...]

  • S. Berrocal Gonzalo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 80

    Abstract
    This article analyzes the changes that have taken place in the political communication from the birth of television. A historical review of the functions that have been having [...]

  • N. Quintana Paz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 79

    Abstract
    Since the origins of TV in Spain, the interventionism of Power (in its different forms) has shaped the role of Spanish citizens. Partisan and/or economic interests has lessened [...]

  • T. Pedroso Herrera
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 78

    Abstract
    The television has turned into the center of the reflections of the contemporary societies due to its presence and power. The political class from different countries has [...]

  • M. Ramírez Alvarado
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 77

    Abstract
    At the end of 2004, a decree about the Law of Social Responsibility on radio and television was approved by the National Assembly of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. [...]

  • M. Martínez García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 76

    Abstract
    Nowadays, when our society runs towards the «global village», as it was seen by M. Mc Luhan, every place in the planet is connected to any other like a rhizome (remember [...]

  • L. López Romero
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 75

    Abstract
    Public television and private TV channels in Spain have educational programs, not as many as it would be necessary, for children and for adults. However, one of the biggest [...]

  • A. del Portillo García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 74

    Abstract
    TV viewers suffer very often a psychical surrender in front the screens. This is a way of defencelessness against different levels of reality and veracity of TV contents. [...]

  • J. Mateo, A. Garcia, S. Guzmán
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 73

    Abstract
    Due to its converging relationship to computer science and telecommunications, the audiovisual sector is experiencing a number of fundamental changes that will lead to the [...]

  • J. López Herrerías
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 72

    Abstract
    The human species is a communicative life. The persons are realized in the communication, necessary generator of the concrete reality of myself. To be exposed today to an [...]

  • J. Belmonte Arocha, S. Guillamón Carrasco
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 71

    Abstract
    It's essential to explain the relationship between television and education, and by so much, between Television and Audiences, to scan the different perspectives of television [...]

  • E. Martínez-Salanova Sánchez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 70

  • M. Pinto
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 69

    Abstract
    This paper presents new aspects to think about public service broadcasting, emphasizing the role of emotion and entertainment to the understanding of the television experience. [...]

  • J. Pérez Tornero
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 68

    Abstract
    As the present world increase its complexity and speed in a society filled with information, it seems necessary to imagine the future. And media education must be included [...]

  • R. Quintana Garzón
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 67

    Abstract
    The discussion about the quality of television contents, which has so strongly arisen in recent years, provides both elements for optimism and aspects that foster a sceptical [...]

  • J. Ferrés i Prats
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 66

    Abstract
    Parents usually think they and their children are victims of TV. This thought usually involves that they think they can not be guilty. Parents are responsible for the quality [...]

  • J. Tello Díaz, M. Monescillo Palomo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 65

    Abstract
    TV stands at a predominant place is the audiovisual world. At present we share our lives and homes with this media. We use it and try to take advantages from it. TV is a powerful [...]

  • V. Marín Díaz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 64

    Abstract
    The appearance of the television supposed a revolution in the form of spending the free time, however nowadays to is far from its original interest and aims. At this time [...]

  • F. Pavón Rabasco
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 63

    Abstract
    This project presents some ideas about the way the author perceives the television we have in Spain nowadays. During the presentation, it develops some audiovisual and academic [...]

  • E. Martínez Rodrigo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 62

    Abstract
    Television has a great influence in the mode of thinking and life-styles of its viewers. This article defines the concept of manipulation and explains the audiovisual and [...]

  • Á. Vera Aranda
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 61

    Abstract
    In this presentation the impacts, influence an effects that the television has on the viewers is analyzed. Special attention is put on one of the most questioned aspects of [...]

  • M. Pérez-Rodríguez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 60

    Abstract
    At present, TV is a powerful language, and so with a successful future ahead, which the mighty virtual possibilities of the Internet could hardly exceed.Although some people [...]

  • I. Peralta Ferreyra
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 59

    Abstract
    At the height of the information society, in a society permeated by communication media, screens take a special relevance thanks to technological advances. Television continues [...]

  • S. Pereira
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 58

    Abstract
    With this presentation we try to reflect upon the concept of quality with regards to television for children. In addition, we aim to identify a set of criteria which can allow [...]

  • L. Boza Osuna
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 57

    Abstract
    TAC is a civil, non-profit, association created in Barcelona in 1985. Nowadays we have more than 15.000 associates and we are still fighting for an objective and transparent [...]

  • R. Pérez Pérez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 56

    Abstract
    The generalization of a technological and digital screen world shows a complex reality. Traditional communication systems and new unknown relation with other novel and strangers [...]

  • E. Martínez-Salanova Sánchez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 55

    Abstract
    One of the main challenges facing the information society is the decline of citizen participation. Despite the ease of communication, citizens close into themselves within [...]

  • V. Reia Baptista
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 54

    Abstract
    One of the problems of the society of the information is the information credibility and its sources that we find available in the media. The amount of on-line information [...]

  • J. Romero Carmona
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 53

    Abstract
    Nowadays there is a debate about the relationship we can find between teenagers and TV. Maybe sometimes we do not take into account many important aspects and we only focus [...]

  • J. Gabelas Barroso
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 52

    Abstract
    Teenagers have a close relationship of complicity with television, tainted by narcissism: only exist for them evident, agreeable and gratifying things. A serious and useful [...]

  • M. Siloé del Pozo Sánchez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 51

    Abstract
    Nowadays the pitched battle for the audience degrades viewers with increasingly more violent and pornographic programmes. Viewers stop being individuals and become part of [...]

  • M. Fidalgo Yebra
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 50

    Abstract
    This paper analyzes how television often disappoints the viewer, although he or she will anyway continue watching what he or she did not mean to watch. The author asserts [...]

  • N. von Amann de Campos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 49

    Abstract
    The aims of this paper are: to awake the public to their responsibility for contributing to a better media services, to give protection from the consequences of an excessive [...]

  • J. Boza Osuna
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 48

    Abstract
    The false and negative image of the audiovisual association movement stems in part from the associations themselves. The difficulties we encounter in our work are related [...]

  • J. Pindado Pindado
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 47

    Abstract
    This article arises from some conclusions of the «Wise´s Report » and examines the difficulties to obtain a quality TV at the moment. Data demonstrate that the audiences [...]

  • C. Mayugo i Majó
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 46

    Abstract
    Television plays a very important role in our societies but, until now, we have not been capable to stress on its social discussion and to promote a deep change of this media. [...]

  • G. Ojeda Castañeda
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 45

    Abstract
    Due to the development of so many different educational experiments in radio and television with more than 40 years of existence in many Latin American countries, the appearance [...]

  • M. Ortiz Sobrino
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 44

    Abstract
    XXI Century television is undergoing a process of transformation. New actors, new products and new ways of consuming television are on the lookout. Interactivity will make [...]

  • J. Casado Salinas
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 43

    Abstract
    The majority of the Spanish society is worried about the crisis of traditional values. They make television responsible of this situation and they claim deep changes to transform [...]

  • R. Reig García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 42

    Abstract
    Quality TV is immersed in a cultural context which is yet to be clarified. In this sense, this paper contemplates the concept of culture from an anthropological and journalistic [...]

  • J. Cabero Almenara
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 41

    Abstract
    The variety of revolutions in human communication history goes from the Roman roadway to the printing, radio, TV and Internet. At present, the only global media is the TV [...]

  • J. Aguaded Gómez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 40

    Abstract
    This paper shows a series of recommendations to every institution or field directly related to the promotion of the so called «TV competence» which means the citizens´ [...]

  • V. Gómez i Oliver
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 39

    Abstract
    Nowadays national and international reflection on television and mass media in general is based on the activities that the European Observatory for Children´s Television [...]

  • A. García Matilla
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 38

    Abstract
    In 2005, the current socialist government has set out to undertake the greatest update in broadcasting policy since 1956, the moment in which television was born in Spain. [...]

  • R. Camacho Ordóñez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 37

    Abstract
    In the endless debate about quality television, we should first deal with the definition of quality, with its investigation and evaluation and with the exigible conditions [...]

  • C. Serra
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 36

    Abstract
    The author makes her proposal of a quality TV which means closed to European models designed as a public service and full of politic pluralism. She proposes a less passive [...]

  • M. Fernández de la Vega
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 35

  • J. Aguaded Gómez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 34

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  • F. Tucho Fernández
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 29

    Abstract
    Entre los días 25 y 30 de julio de 2004 se celebró en la ciudad brasileña de Porto Alegre el 24º Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Estudios de Comunicación [...]

  • F. Ruiz Molina
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 28

    Abstract
    Is it feasible to perform a therapy or a so called psychological intervention omitting the usual ways, that is, omitting a clinical intervention? The technical advances that [...]

  • J. Bustamante Newball, M. García Romero
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 27

    Abstract
    Considering the problems that occur in the teaching and learning of the journalistic essay in the career of Social Communication and the importance of this text in the practice [...]

  • M. Pérsico, S. Contín
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 26

    Abstract
    This paper presents theoretical reflections on the concept of literacy and its current complexity. Then, a serie of films is introduced to be worked on and applied in the [...]

  • G. Hernández Luviano
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 25

    Abstract
    «Encyclomedia» is a teaching strategy based on a system that integrates media and resources for learning in the classroom with the support of a computer, an electronic blackboard, [...]

  • C. Novelli Osorio, C. Pincolini
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 24

    Abstract
    The authors maintan and develop some basic principles of the knowledge management model from a conceptual approach to educational technologies, their relationship with education, [...]

  • L. Vaz Peres
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 23

    Abstract
    This paper presents the preliminary analysis of a research carried out with seventeen teachers who live in the interior of the southern area of Rio Grande do Sul, and are [...]

  • G. Ortiz Henderson
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 22

    Abstract
    History text books officially used in Mexican schools have been and still are supporters of political values since their creation in the sixties. History text books in 1960 [...]

  • D. Kiss de Alejandro, E. Castro Ríos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 21

    Abstract
    New technologies in education have changed the ways people know and think, the mechanisms of apprehension of the reality. In communication terms, the «receptive» use is [...]

  • T. Esperon Porto
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 20

    Abstract
    Getting to know the young person of the 21th century better in his relationship with the media will allow us to understand his daily life in different ways and the meanings [...]

  • M. Ramírez Alvarado
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 19

    Abstract
    This paper analyses the evolution of childhood image throughout History from the most ancient times, when realistic representation of specific infant features is practically [...]

  • A. Jaramillo Hoyos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 18

    Abstract
    This paper exposes the author´s reflection on his research in the project «Uses of fictional video for scientific education». The text deals with some key questions about [...]

  • P. Ramos Rivero
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 17

    Abstract
    This paper outlines the evolution of education for the communication in Cuba since 1959. Film education, which once had a protectionist approach influenced by the critical [...]

  • V. Funes
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (1), 16

    Abstract
    Nowadays, teachers often face apathethic and demotivated pupils. Nevertheless, these students do not show either apathy or demotivation when they stop being students and become [...]