• P. Eslinger, C. Kincaid, W. Nichols, S. Wurstner
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2006). 7

    Abstract
    The System Assessment Capability (SAC) is a suite of interrelated computer codes that provides the capability to conduct large-scale environmental assessments on the Hanford [...]

  • N. Dittmer
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2006). 6

    Abstract
    The 100-B-24 Spillway is a spillway that was designed to serve as an emergency discharge point for the 116-B-7 outfall in the event that the 100-B-15 river effluent pipelines [...]

  • Z. Zhang, J. Keller
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2006). 5

    Abstract
    The Hanford Site has 149 underground single-shell tanks that store hazardous radioactive waste. Many of these tanks and their associated infrastructure (e.g., pipelines, diversion [...]

  • N. Teitsma, N. Maupin
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2006). 4

    Abstract
    The Remote Field Eddy Current (RFEC) technique is ideal for inspecting unpiggable pipelines because all of its components can be made much smaller than the diameter of the [...]

  • A. Benoit, V. Rehn-Sonigo, Y. Robert
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2007). 8

    Abstract
    Mapping workflow applications onto parallel platforms is a challenging problem, even for simple application patterns such as pipeline graphs. Several antagonist criteria should [...]

  • N. Sarica, N. Zhang
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2006). 3

    Abstract
    The developments of oil and gas fields in deep waters (5000 ft and more) will become more common in the future. It is inevitable that production systems will operate under [...]

  • A. Thien
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2006). 2

    Abstract
    The United States economy is heavily dependent upon a vast network of pipeline systems to transport and distribute the nation's energy resources. As this network of pipelines [...]

  • L. Pan, M. Lai, M. Dillencourt, L. Bic
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 27

    Abstract
    We consider the class of “left-looking” sequential matrix algorithms: consumer-driven algorithms that are characterized by “lazy” propagation of data. Left-looking algorithms [...]

  • R. Rahim-Amoud, L. Merghem-Boulahia, D. Gaiti
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 26

    Abstract
    Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a network layer packet forwarding technology that provides flexible circuit switched traffic engineering solutions in packet switched [...]

  • S. Rozzi, W. Wong, P. Amaldi, P. Woodward, B. Fields
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 25

    Abstract
    In this paper we present a case study of how design sketching can be used as a technique for exploring and creating a common understanding between users, designers and software [...]

  • L. Trujillo, B. Tovar
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2007). Vol. 2007, 42

    Abstract
    Because of their critical strategic role, ports have all traditionally been subject to some form of government control even if the legal form and the intensity of this control [...]

  • T. van Kessel, J. Vanlede, K. Kuijper, J. de Kok, H. Winterwerp
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2007). Vol. 2007, 40

    Abstract
    In 2006, a work plan was conceived tor the development of a mud transport model tor the Scheldt estuary in the framework of LTV (Long Term Vision) (Winterwerp and De Kok. [...]

  • E. Lindgreen, S. Sorenson
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 23

    Abstract
    This report describes the methodology used in the ARTEMIS rail emissions model. The approached used is a matrix of operating conditions, speeds and accelerations, for which [...]

  • D. Pinto, B. Barán
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 22

    Abstract
    This work presents a multiobjective algorithm for multicast traffic engineering. The proposed algorithm is a new version of MultiObjective Ant Colony System (MOACS), based [...]

  • G. Carrozzo, S. Giordano, G. Giorgi
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 21

    Abstract
    The GMPLS standardization is paving the way for the implementation of new configurable traffic engineering (TE) policies for transport networks. This paper takes aim at evaluating [...]

  • O. Rozenfeld, M. Tennenholtz
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 20

    Abstract
    The study of congestion games is central to the interplay between computer science and game theory. However, most work in this context does not deal with possible deviations [...]

  • J. Hardy, M. Bourgois
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 19

    Abstract
    This paper introduces a project that aims at defining an Open Source Software (OSS) policy in the field of Air Traffic Management (ATM). In order to develop such a policy, [...]

  • G. Rétvari, J. Bíró, T. Cinkler
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 17

    Abstract
    The conventional forwarding rule used by IP networks is to always choose the path with the shortest length – in terms of administrative link weights assigned to the links [...]

  • J. Neves, P. Pereira, A. Casaca
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 14

    Abstract
    This paper describes two traffic engineering techniques for implementing proportional differentiated services based on Multiprotocol Label Switching constraint based routing. [...]

  • N. Ana-Maria-Marhan, F. Paternò, C. Santoro
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 13

    Abstract
    This paper describes a method aiming to support the design of interactive-safety critical systems. The method proposes an original integration of approaches usually considered [...]

  • K. Dahal
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2007). Vol. 2007, 29

    Abstract
    When non-recurrent road traffic congestion happens, the operator of the traffic control centre has to select the most appropriate traffic control measure or combination of [...]

  • N. ?engezer, E. Karasan
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2007). Vol. 2007, 27

    Abstract
    Date of Conference: 29-31 May 2007 Conference Name: 11th International IFIP TC6 Conference, ONDM 2007 We propose an online traffic engineering (TE) scheme for efficient routing [...]

  • M. Allalouf, Y. Shavitt
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 11

    Abstract
    Traffic engineering tools are applied to design a set of paths, e.g., using MPLS, in the network in order to achieve global network utilization. Usually, paths are guaranteed [...]

  • D. Verchere, D. Leclerc, A. Noury, B. Ronot, M. Vigoureux, O. Audouin, A. Jourdan, D. Papadimitriou, B. Rousseau, G. Luyts, S. Brockmann, W. Köber, G. Eilenberger
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 10

    Abstract
    Within GMPLS framework, the signaling protocol Resource reSerVation Protocol with Traffic Engineering extensions (RSVP-TE) is extended to support the requirements of an Automated [...]

  • P. Sousa, M. Rocha, M. Rio, P. Cortez
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 9

    Abstract
    This paper presents a traffic engineering framework able to optimize OSPF weight setting administrative procedures. Using the proposed framework, enhanced OSPF configurations [...]

  • T. Cinkler, P. Hegyi, M. Asztalos, G. Geleji, J. Szigeti, A. Kern
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 8

    Abstract
    In Multi-Layer networks, where more than one layer is dynamic, i.e., connections are set up using not only the upper, e.g., IP layer but the underlying wavelength layer as [...]

  • V. Lo?pez, J. Hernández, J. Aracil, J. Palacios, O. Dios
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2007). Vol. 2007, 14

    Abstract
    Proceedings of 11th International IFIP TC6 Conference, ONDM 2007, Athens, Greece, May 29-31, 2007. The final publication is available at Springer via http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-72731-6_46 [...]

  • S. Jones, N. Maiden, S. Manning, J. Greenwood
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2007). Vol. 2007, 9

    Abstract
    In this paper, we present our experience of using rich and detailed models of human activity in an existing socio-technical system in the domain of air traffic control to [...]

  • F. Ploeg, R. Veugelers
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2007). Vol. 2007, 8

    Abstract
    Discussions on problems in higher education in Europe typically focus on rising enrolment rates, access, governance, underperformance in research and teaching, lack of internationalisation, [...]

  • G. Carrozzo, S. Giordano, G. Giorgi
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 7

    Abstract
    The GMPLS standardization is paving the way for new configurable Traffic Engineering (TE) policies and new survivability schemes for transport networks. In this context, a [...]

  • P. Jääskeläinen, V. Guzma, J. Takala
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2007). Vol. 2007, 7

    Abstract
    Processor simulators are important parts of processor design toolsets in which they are used to verify and evaluate the properties of the designed processors. While simulating [...]

  • J. Collado, C. Hilario, A. Escalera, J. Armingol
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 6

    Abstract
    Proceeding of: 8th International Conference, ACIVS 2006, Antwerp, Belgium, September 18-21, 2006 This paper presents a Road Detection and Classification algorithm for Driver [...]

  • L. Kim, S. Lee, J. Song
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 4

    Abstract
    In this paper, to improve the burst loss performance, we actively avoid contentions by proposing a novel congestion control scheme that operates based on the highest (called [...]

  • M. Shirazipour, S. Pierre, Y. Lemieux
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 3

    Abstract
    In the Internet, the traffic crosses between two to eight autonomous systems before reaching its destination. Consequently, end-to-end quality of service requires provisioning [...]

  • M. Pedro, E. Monteiro, F. Boavida
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2020). Vol. 2006, 2

    Abstract
    Inter-domain traffic engineering is a key issue when QoS-aware resource optimization is concerned. Mapping inter-domain traffic flows into existing service level agreements [...]

  • Computational Mechanics (2006). Vol. 6, pp. 41-62

    Abstract
    We present a general formulation for analysis of fluid-structure interaction problems using the particle finite element method (PFEM). The key feature of the PFEM is the use [...]

  • A. Agüero, F. Pallarés, E. Oñate
    Int. J. Computational Methods in Engineering Science and Mechanics (2006). Vol. 7 (3), pp. 209-215

    Abstract
    In this paper the ability of the basic shell triangular (BST) element to perform linearized buckling analysis is evaluated. The results have been compared with analytical [...]

  • C. Recarey Morfa, E. Oñate, J. Canet, J. Rojek, F. Zarate, S. Burrel
    Ingeniería Civil (2006). Vol. 141, pp. 19-34

    Abstract
    Se presenta un modelo numérico que emplea elementos discretos esféricos o también denominados elementos distintos. Este modelo se aplica en la simulación [...]

  • N. Parés, P. Diez, A. Huerta
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2006). Vol. 195 (4-6), pp. 297-323

    Abstract
    A new residual type flux-free error estimator is presented. It estimates upper and lower bounds of the error in energy norm. The proposed approach precludes the main drawbacks [...]

  • S. Badia, R. Codina
    SIAM J. Numer. Anal. (2006). Vol. 44 (5), pp. 2159-2197

    Abstract
    In this paper we analyze a stabilized finite element method to approximate the convection‐diffusion equation on moving domains using an arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian (ALE) [...]

  • R. Codina, G. Houzeaux
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2006). Vol. 52 (9), pp. 963-986

    Abstract
    In this paper, we analyse the numerical approximation of the heat transfer problem between two subdomains that we will consider filled with a fluid and separated by a thin [...]

  • R. Codina, N. Hernández-Silva
    Computational Mechanics (2006). Vol. 38 (4-5), pp. 344-355

    Abstract
    In this work we present a stabilized finite element method for the stationary magneto-hydrodynamic equations based on a simple algebraic version of the subgrid scale variational [...]

  • G. Houzeaux, R. Codina
    Int. J. Num. Meths. for Heat and Fluid Flow (2006). Vol. 16 (5), pp. 573-589

    Abstract
    Purpose – To develop a numerical methodology to simulate the lost foam casting (LFC), including the gas back-pressure effects. Design/methodology/approach – [...]

  • P. Nithiarasu, R. Codina, O. Zienkiewicz
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (2006). Vol. 66 (10), pp. 1514-1546

    Abstract
    This paper presents a comprehensive overview of the characteristic‐based methods and Characteristic‐Based Split (CBS) scheme. The practical difficulties of employing the [...]

  • R. Codina, H. Coppola-Owen, P. Nithiarasu, C. Liu
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (2006). Vol. 66 (10), pp. 1677-1689

    Abstract
    In this work, we present numerical comparisons of some stabilization methods for the incompressible Navier–Stokes. The first is the characteristic‐based split (CBS). [...]

  • R. Codina, S. Badia
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2006). Vol. 195 (23-24), pp. 2900-2918

    Abstract
    In this paper we treat several aspects related to time integration methods for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations that allow to uncouple the calculation of the velocities [...]

  • (2006). J.L. Pérez-Aparicio (Ed.), Practical Applications Using Computational Contact Mechanics TCN, Trento, pp. 107-142, ISBN: 88-95176-01-4

  • B. Boroomand, A. Barekatein
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI298

    Abstract
    In this report we propose a stabilization method for topology optimization of planes. The method can be classified in the category of continuation methods. The new continuation [...]

  • N. Parés, P. Díez, A. Huerta
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI297

    Abstract
    Classical implicit residual type error estimators require using an underlying spatial finer mesh to compute bounds for some quantity of interest. Consequently, the bounds [...]

  • (2006). Research Report, Nº PI296

    Abstract
    This paper recovers the original spirit of the continuous crack approaches, where displacements jumps across the crack are smeared over the affected elements and the behaviour [...]

  • M. Cervera, M. Chiumenti
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI294

    Abstract
    This paper describes a procedure for the solution of problems involving tensile cracking using the so-called smeared crack approach, that is, standard finite elements [...]

  • (2006). Research Report, Nº PI293

    Abstract
    We present a general formulation for modeling bed erosion in free surface flows using the particle finite element method (PFEM). The key feature of the PFEM is the use of [...]

  • (2006). Research Report, Nº PI292

    Abstract
    El objetivo de este trabajo es obtener una formulación constitutiva general que permita representar el comportamiento –crecimiento y decrecimiento natural / patológico, [...]

  • Y. Fragakis
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI291

    Abstract
    In recent years, Domain Decomposition Methods (DDM) have emerged as advanced solvers in several areas of computational mechanics. In particular, during the last decade, in [...]

  • Y. Fragakis
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI290

    Abstract
    In recent years, Domain Decomposition Methods (DDM) have emerged as advanced solvers in several of computational mechanics. In particular, during the last decade, in the area [...]

  • (2006). Research Report, Nº PI289

    Abstract
    In this paper we present a stabilized finite element formulation to solve the Oseen equations as a model problem involving both convection effects and the incompressibility [...]

  • (2006). Research Report, Nº PI288

    Abstract
    One of the aims of this text is to show some important results in LES modelling and to identify which are main mathematical problems for the development of a complete theory. [...]

  • S. Badia, R. Codina
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI287

    Abstract
    In this paper we suggest some algorithms for the fluid-structure interaction problem stated using a domain decomposition framework. These methods involve stabilized pressure [...]

  • S. Badia, R. Codina
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI286

    Abstract
    In this paper we introduce some pressure segregation methods obtained from a non-standard version of the discrete monolithic system, where the continuity equation has been [...]

  • S. Badia, R. Codina
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI285

    Abstract
    In this paper we analyze a stabilized finite element method to approximate the convection diffusion equation on moving domains using an ALE framework. As basic numerical strategy, [...]

  • R. Codina, S. Badia
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI284

    Abstract
    In this paper we treat several aspects related to time integration methods for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations that allow to uncouple the calculation of the velocities [...]

  • E. Oñate, C. Felippa
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI283

    Abstract
    We present a variational formulation of the finite calculus (FIC) equations for problems in mechanics governed by differential equations with symmetric operators. Applications [...]

  • (2006). Research Report, Nº PI282

    Abstract
    We present a general formulation for incompressible fluid flow analysis using the finite element method. The necessary stabilization for dealing with convective effects and [...]

  • R. Löhner, C. Yang, E. Oñate
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI281

    Abstract
    A volume of fluid (VOF) technique has been developed and coupled with an incompressible Euler/Navier–Stokes solver operating on adaptive, unstructured grids to simulate [...]

  • J. Arteaga-Gomez, R. Löhner, J. Rojek, E. Oñate
    (2006). Research Report, Nº PI280

    Abstract
    This paper describes the coupling of FEFLO, a general purpose compressible and incompressible flow solver base on adaptive unstructured grids with SIMPACT, a general purpose, [...]

  • R. Lopez, E. Oñate
    (2006). S. Kollias et al (Eds.), ICANN 2006, Part I, LNCS 4131, pp. 19-168, Germany.

    Abstract
    In this work we present a theory of the multilayer perceptron from the perspective of functional analysis and variational calculus. Within this formulation, the learning problem [...]

  • Computer Methods in Material Science (2006). Vol. 6 (1-2), pp. 15-25

    Abstract
    In this paper, current developments on the coupled thermomechanical computational simulation of metal casting processes are presented A thermodynamically consistent constitutive [...]

  • M. Cervera, M. Chiumenti
    Int. J. Numer. Anal. Meth. Geomech. (2006). Vol. 30 (12), pp. 1173-1199.

    Abstract
    This paper briefly reviews the formulations used over the last 40 years for the solution of problems involving tensile cracking, with both the discrete and the smeared crack [...]

  • M. Cervera, M. Chiumenti
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2006). Vol. 196 (1-3), pp. 304-320

    Abstract
    This paper describes a procedure for the solution of problems involving tensile cracking using the so-called smeared crack approach, that is, standard finite elements [...]

  • C. Agelet de Saracibar, M. Chiumenti, Q. Valverde, M. Cervera
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2006). Vol. 195 (9-12), pp. 1224-1251

    Abstract
    The use of stabilization methods is becoming an increasingly well-accepted technique due to their success in dealing with numerous numerical pathologies that arise in a variety [...]

  • Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 71

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  • T. Pedroso Herrera
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 69

    Abstract
    The relationship between poetry and cinema has always been very fruitful. A special case is that of Joan Brossa, a Catalanian contemporary poet, whose work is rich in poems [...]

  • A. García Guzmán
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 68

    Abstract
    In this paper some contributions that new technologies have made to the literacy world are analyzed and special emphasis is given to show how new technologies can facilita [...]

  • A. Rodríguez Fuentes
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 67

    Abstract
    This paper aims at stating the difficulties which sensory disabled people face in order to access to mediatic information. However, instead of emphasizing and regretting at [...]

  • A. Sedeño Valdellos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 66

    Abstract
    Tutoring is one of the most important tasks that university teaching profession will work on in a few yean. This work must be integrated in learning, at the same level as [...]

  • A. Ambrós Pallarés
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 65

    Abstract
    The society of infonnation where we are living is changing very quickly, especially the way we communicate to each other. Apart from the wrinen and spoken language. we must [...]

  • I. González López
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 64

    Abstract
    This paper aims at granting to evaluation a high priority character to guarantee the quality of the communication processes. Conceived as a systematic, deliberate group process, [...]

  • C. Cascajosa Virino
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 63

    Abstract
    In this paper we will analyze the representation of the school experience particularly higheschool and college in the American televisión program «Buffy, the vampire slayer». [...]

  • J. Gallego Diéguez, C. Gurpegui Vidal
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 62

    Abstract
    «Cinema and Health» Programme has been created as a tool to improve the quality of health education on teenagers and it is developed by ESO teachers. Films go deeply into [...]

  • A. Ortigosa Pastor, A. Ibáñez Moreno
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 61

    Abstract
    Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is a virtual meeting point where people from al1 over the world can meet and talk. On context new strategies for creating shared systems of significance, [...]

  • M. Tesouro Cid, J. Puiggalí Allepuz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 60

    Abstract
    The virtual school es neither restricted to a physical place (the school) nor a fiexed timetable. On the wntrary, students and teachen interact without spacial or temporary [...]

  • V. Marcolla
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 59

    Abstract
    This paper analyses how professors of the teacher's training programs at federal University of Pelotas (UFPel) consider the introduction of educative and communicative technologies [...]

  • J. Santibáñez Velilla
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 58

    Abstract
    Teachen have in real and virtual museums a didactic tool with innovative and creative potential that allows students to acquire knowledge based on the observation of the natural, [...]

  • G. Jiménez Valverde, A. Llitjós Viza
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 57

    Abstract
    In this paper we present a teaching resource consisting on a virtual environment which prornotes cooperation among students through different user,to-user and environment-to-user [...]

  • F. García Martínez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 56

    Abstract
    This paper tries to show up the different learning communities, interrelated thanks to the possibilities that the communication and media technologies offer. From this point [...]

  • E. Galarza Femández
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 55

    Abstract
    This paper makes an analytical approach to the coeducational page developed within the «Averroes» website created by the Junta de Andalucía. The conceptual characteristics [...]

  • S. Cortiñas Rovira, C. Pont i Sorribes
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 54

    Abstract
    This article tries to study the relationship between iournalists and politicians in critical situations. The writers have analyzed the information broadcast by the television [...]

  • C. Moreno Castro
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 53

    Abstract
    In this paper we analyse several television commercials shown on Spanish national TV channels. There are two different kinds of advertising slogans to increase credibility [...]

  • C. Marta Lazo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 52

    Abstract
    Parents' behavioural patterns as regards TV use define children's interaction with the medium. Parents' supervision helps the child to establish a ser of personal criteria [...]

  • V. Marí Sáez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 51

    Abstract
    This paper explores the new ways of relation and interaction which are taking place into the lnformation Society, particularly on the use of the latest information and communication [...]

  • S. Malo Cerrato
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 50

    Abstract
    The impact that a new technology item such as the mobile phone has on today's society, in particular, on the life of adolescents aged 12 - 16, is analyzed and discussed. In [...]

  • J. Victoria Mas
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 49

    Abstract
    In this paper, first, three implicits insights are identified regarding relationships between education and television. Next is the description of one kind of development [...]

  • E. Martínez-Salanova Sánchez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 48

  • M. Téramo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 47

    Abstract
    This paper shows the role of media in the teenagers socialization of teenagers' styles and modes. In the first part, the author defines the concept «style»; in the second, [...]

  • Á. Llorca Díez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 46

    Abstract
    Children need autonomy to face the images transmited by the new information and communication technologies. The analysis of the social mechanisms carried out to protect children [...]

  • M. Duarte
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 45

    Abstract
    We approached the theory of the social representations, from the epistemologic perspective of the rhetorical change of the philosophy, like a model for the creation of musical [...]

  • M. Medina Laverón
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 44

    Abstract
    Television contents influence as much in our behavior and our thought as other social and educationai agents, but the influence might be in a less conscious way than the othen. [...]

  • E. Hudson
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 43

    Abstract
    Trendy free magazines have become a mass phenomenon among university students. Using their own language, they propose a postmodern culture transmited through a special aesthetic [...]

  • M. Martínez Cabeza, M. Espínola Rosillo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2006). Vol. 14, (2), 42

    Abstract
    Readers of bestsellers, books which sell over 100.000 copies in a short time, feel ashamed to acknowledge such wguilty pleasuresn in view of the general opinion against their [...]