• J. Pastor-Sánchez, T. Saorín-Pérez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 58

    Abstract
    In a review of the main developments and trends during 2013 in the field of information technology and systems, relevant changes and initiatives of main technology corporations [...]

  • -. Varios autores
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 57

    Abstract
    Análisis

  • J. Merlo-Vega
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 56

    Abstract
    Libraries want to lend e-books, but they are finding many problems in doing this. This paper reviews the main obstacles that libraries have to face when lending e-books. First [...]

  • J. Cordón-García
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 55

    Abstract
    The ebook has established itself in recent years thanks to a confluence of factors. One is the innovations in information technology, which have produced more ergonomic and [...]

  • N. González-Fernández-Villavicencio
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 54

    Abstract
    In the context of managing social media, metrics showing only financial return on investment (ROI) are losing ground to those that show social media’s primary value as a [...]

  • P. Masip
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 53

    Abstract
    The Internet has shaken the foundations of regulatory practices in journalism. Audiences take a more active role and the media have opened their doors to citizen participation. [...]

  • A. Casero-Ripollés
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 52

    Abstract
    The exchange value of journalistic information is deteriorating. This phenomenon affects both the industrial basis and the social and democratic functions of journalism. This [...]

  • T. Baiget, I. Olea
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 51

    Abstract
    Characteristics and economic data of the information market come from various sources and are somewhat mixed. Specific aspects and products discussed are the valuation of [...]

  • -. Varios autores
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 50

    Abstract
    Análisis

  • R. Repiso-Caballero, D. Torres-Salinas
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 49

    Abstract
    The present study makes a comparative analysis between two Spanish academic communities, Communication and Library and Information Sciences. The set-up of these academic programmes [...]

  • J. Díaz-Noci
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 48

    Abstract
    Can an article previously published in a journal or newspaper be gathered together with others by the author as an anthology or collection? Can the author perform this action [...]

  • M. Marcos
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 47

    Abstract
    The system of scientific publication subjects the submitted manuscript to review, and it is common that many studies are rejected, for various reasons. Some researchers improve [...]

  • P. De-Castro
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 46

    Abstract
    The JISC-funded UK RepositoryNet+ (aka RepNet) project aims to build a socio-technical infrastructure for enhancing the institutional repository network at UK Higher Education [...]

  • D. Torres-Salinas, E. Orduña-Malea
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 45

    Abstract
    Web

  • L. Rodríguez-Yunta
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 44

    Abstract
    Among the best practices of academic journals publishing, this note focusses on the NISO recommendation about the inclusion of supplemental materials. The paper justifies [...]

  • A. López-Borrull
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 43

    Abstract
    The evolution of information sources before and after the Internet also raises the opportunity to discuss the information system and scientific communication. The article [...]

  • A. López-Borrull
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 42

    Abstract
    Scientific communication faces a number of challenges, many of them not solved by the rise of the Internet: use and presence in social media networks, publication as a measur [...]

  • J. Gorraiz
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 41

    Abstract
    The peg of this report is the 14th edition of the International Society for Informetrics and Scientometrics (ISSI) Conference, which was held in Vienna in 2013 and was by [...]

  • -. Varios autores
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 40

    Abstract
    Análisis

  • G. Navarro
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 39

    Abstract
    The interest among those who work in Youth Information Centres in several key areas is highlighted: the selection and proper dissemination of the information content that [...]

  • S. Sanz-Martos
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 38

    Abstract
    One of the many effects of the economic crisis is that public and private organizations are cutting back on Knowledge Management initiatives. This might also be interpreted [...]

  • X. Agenjo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 37

    Abstract
    The advancing Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME) is described, emphasizing that with the publication of the minutes of the MARBI Midsummer meeting on 2013 this [...]

  • F. García-Marco
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 36

    Abstract
    The first part of the Spanish translation and adaptation of the ISO 25964 Information and documentation standard is analyzed: Thesauri and interoperability With Other vocabularies [...]

  • E. García-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 35

    Abstract
    The process map is a tool that helps in transforming company management to a process orientation. Records and information maps are a useful tool to determine the records in [...]

  • E. García-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 34

    Abstract
    This reflection is based on practical experience with the redefinition of a document management system based on ISO 30301 in a company that has adopted an integrated management [...]

  • -. Varios autores
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 33

    Abstract
    Análisis

  • G. Pérez-Salmerón
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 32

    Abstract
    The position of libraries as society’s guarantors of thefreedom of access to knowledge persists despite barriers to lending digital content, to the collection of digital [...]

  • F. Juárez-Urquijo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 31

    Abstract
    Communication with the library user is being changed by the loss of the library’s information monopoly, the dematerialization of the book and the importance of technology [...]

  • N. Arroyo-Vázquez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 30

    Abstract
    In general, with few exceptions, libraries are not exploiting the opportunities that Facebook offers, like talking to the users, creating authentic communities or extending [...]

  • F. Juárez-Urquijo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 29

    Abstract
    The economic crisis and the rapid advances of information technology have led to reflection about how libraries should face the digital challenge and the need to adapt daily [...]

  • G. Durga
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 28

    Abstract
    The Durga group focuses its efforts on reflections about the reality, or rather realities, of libraries. This is why we propose here a systematic review of the year 2013 divided [...]

  • J. Moreiro-González
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 27

    Abstract
    Analysis of the status of the professions of librarian, documentalist and information scientis tin Spain, studying the influence of the curriculum in the labour market. Forty [...]

  • J. Guallar, E. Orduña-Malea, I. Olea
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 26

    Abstract
    Con

  • -. Varios autores
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 25

    Abstract
    Análisis

  • J. Serrano-Cobos
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 24

    Abstract
    Spain is among the countries where online sales are growing fastest, with well over 2,000 activeo nline stores. However, there are not yet many trained and experienced eCommerce [...]

  • T. Baiget
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 23

    Abstract
    The article analyses the IweTel mailing list about Library and Information Science in its 20 anniversary. With so many social networks, communication platforms and collaborative [...]

  • L. Rodríguez-Yunta
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 22

    Abstract
    For the first time, Spain has a deontological standard for all professionals in Library and Information Science, with the adoption in 2013 of a professional ethics code by [...]

  • E. López-de-Quintana
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 21

    Abstract
    Visiting libraries and documentation departments is a common activity in information management teaching and training programs. However, these visits very often lack the necessary [...]

  • J. Cobarsí-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 20

    Abstract
    The information schools (iSchools) constitute the main academic network of international importance in Information Science. Since the network was established in 2005, more [...]

  • A. ThinkEPI
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 19

  • L. Anglada
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 18

    Abstract
    The massive online open course (mooc) has had a great impact in the landscape of higher education. Analysts say the MOOCs will have a disruptive effect on universities and [...]

  • H. Hernández-Sánchez, J. Gómez-Hernández, J. Merlo-Vega
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 17

    Abstract
    To update "Fesabid's report on information professionals in Spain” published in 2011, we review “Statistics on Spanish libraries 2012”. The impact of the economic crisis [...]

  • M. De-la-Moneda-Corrochano
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2014). Vol. 8, 16

    Abstract
    A picture is presented of the state of library and information sciences programs in Spanish universities. Statistics are provided about the number and type of university programs, [...]

  • Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 48

  • E. Martínez-Salanova Sánchez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 47

  • A. Dafonte Gómez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 46

    Abstract
    From its origins in the mid ‘90, the application of the concept of virality to commercial communication has represented an opportunity for brands to cross the traditional [...]

  • J. Linne
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 45

    Abstract
    In this article, we analyze the common uses that adolescents of the City of Buenos Aires display in the Facebook platform. From the review of the state of the art and the [...]

  • M. Espinosa Bayal, E. Ochaíta Alderete, H. Gutiérrez Rodríguez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 44

    Abstract
    The paper analyses the perceptions of a representative sample of the Spanish population aged between 12 and 18 with respect to the protection of their rights by television [...]

  • M. Rebollo Catalán, A. Vico Bosch
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 43

    Abstract
    This article presents the results of a study on the digital inclusion of rural women in social networks. Its main objective is to understand the social support perceived by [...]

  • S. Costa, F. Cuzzocrea, A. Nuzzaci
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 42

    Abstract
    Media use plays an important role in the social, emotional, and cognitive development of young individuals and accounts for a large portion of their time. For this reason [...]

  • M. Cebrián de la Serna, J. Serrano Angulo, M. Ruiz Torres
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 41

    Abstract
    Teamwork is one of the most widespread teaching methods used to achieve learning skills. Despite the difficulty of finding out the degree of individual learning taking place [...]

  • F. Chibás Ortíz, G. Borroto Carmona, F. Almeida Santos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 40

    Abstract
    There is a currently ongoing discussion regarding the most effective methodologies for establishing collaborative virtual learning environments (VLEs) and the true contribution [...]

  • C. Berrío Zapata, H. Rojas Hernández
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 39

    Abstract
    The growth and integration of ICTs in the global economy has created conditions that profoundly affect our society, dividing communities between those who effectively appropriate [...]

  • E. Vanderhoven, T. Schellens, M. Valcke
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 38

    Abstract
    The growing popularity of social network sites (SNS) is causing concerns about privacy and security, especially with teenagers since they show various forms of unsafe behavior [...]

  • A. Bujokas de Siqueira, D. Rothberg
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 37

    Abstract
    As media education concepts and practices have been disseminated and strengthened in European countries and Americas, the policies responsible for that expansion remain little [...]

  • M. Sánchez González, M. Palomo Torres
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 36

    Abstract
    In the context of the financial and credibility crisis, which currently permeates the communication sector, the future of journalism is going to be decided by the confidence [...]

  • C. Fuente Cobo, J. Martínez Otero, R. del Prado Flores
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 35

    Abstract
    Media audience has been conceived, traditionally, as a group of citizens or consumers. In the Media environment, citizens exercise their communication rights and participate [...]

  • N. Quintas Froufe, A. González Neira
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 34

    Abstract
    The combination of social networks, second screens and TV has given rise to a new relationship between viewers and their televisions, and the traditional roles in the communication [...]

  • F. Ruiz del Olmo, A. Belmonte Jiménez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 33

    Abstract
    This paper analyzes the role of young consumers in the context of new communication processes arising from emerging technologies. It examines the use of mobile device applications [...]

  • S. Berrocal Gonzalo, E. Campos Domínguez, M. Redondo García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 32

    Abstract
    This article analyzes the role of the political «infotainment» prosumer on Internet. In the second half of the XX century, telecracy was the predominant one-way communication [...]

  • A. Rayén Condeza Dall’Orso, I. Bachmann Cáceres, C. Mujica Holley
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 31

    Abstract
    In today’s context of media proliferation and increasing access to diverse media content, it becomes necessary to address young people’s motivation to consume information. [...]

  • F. Gomes-Franco Silva, J. Sendín Gutiérrez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 30

    Abstract
    Universal access to the Internet among young people has been accompanied by new opportunities associated with online developments and practices, but the problematic use of [...]

  • M. García Galera, M. del Hoyo Hurtado, C. Fernández Muñoz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 29

    Abstract
    This paper contributes to the analysis of the role that social networks play in civic, social mobilization and solidarity of Spanish young people, considering whether social [...]

  • C. Cabalín Quijada
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 28

    Abstract
    Considering the relationship between new social media and youth political actions, the purpose of this article is to describe the use of Facebook during the 2011 Chilean student [...]

  • R. García Ruiz, A. Ramírez García, M. Rodríguez Rosell
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 27

    Abstract
    Access to technology and the Internet is having a positive impact on all levels, personal, family, professional and social. However, the influence of the media has not been [...]

  • M. García Galera, A. Valdivia
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 26

  • J. Aguaded Gómez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (2), 25

  • L. López Romero, M. Aguaded Gómez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 20

    Abstract
    This work is part of an I+D project involving thirteen Spanish universities in which needs and wants in the field of media education in higher education are studied in the [...]

  • J. Dornaleteche Ruiz, A. Buitrago Alonso, L. Moreno Cardenal
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 19

    Abstract
    This paper aims to measure a population’s level of knowledge and active use of certain digital tools that play a primary role in developing their media literacy. To achieve [...]

  • L. Valenzuela Fernández, C. Martínez Troncoso, F. Yáñez Wieland
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 18

    Abstract
    The use of product placement as a marketing communication tool is based on the inclusion of products or brands in the scene where the action is. The use of this tool has benefits [...]

  • M. Durán Segura, R. Martínez Pecino
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 17

    Abstract
    Cyberbullying is a phenomenon that has been extensively analysed amongst adolescents. However, in Spain, there have been few studies of young adults and particularly of their [...]

  • I. Arroyo Almaraz, R. Gómez Díaz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 16

    Abstract
    The current paper is based on the hypothesis that communication through the new digital technologies modifies the moral response of users, and therefore reduces social capital. [...]

  • T. Piñeiro Otero, C. Costa Sánchez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 15

    Abstract
    Education’s gamification has represented an opportunity to boost students’ interaction, motivation and participation. ARG (Alternate Reality Games) offer a new highly [...]

  • G. Drula
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 14

    Abstract
    This paper addresses two types of technological media convergence: media convergence based on mobile technology, and also convergence based on the unification between IT and [...]

  • E. Ongun, A. Demirag
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 13

    Abstract
    Individuals of all ages are inevitably affected by today’s technology. The main purpose of this study is to explore the objectives of 8th grade students related to the utilization [...]

  • J. Fernández Montalvo, M. Peñalva Vélez, I. Irazabal
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 12

    Abstract
    A striking increase in the use of new information and communication technology has come about in recent years. This study analysed the characteristics and habits of Internet [...]

  • J. Sureda Negre, R. Comas Forgas, M. Oliver Trobat
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 11

    Abstract
    This paper analyses the phenomenon of academic plagiarism among students enrolled in Secondary Education and High School. It is a subject poorly studied at pre-university [...]

  • A. Bartolomé Pina, K. Steffens
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 10

    Abstract
    This article reflect upon MOOCs as technology enhanced learning environments. The increase in numbers of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) has been dramatic in recent years. [...]

  • E. Hernández Carranza, S. Romero Corella, M. Ramírez Montoya
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 9

    Abstract
    The aim of this article is to present an evaluation of digital teaching skills in a project funded by the National Distance Education System (SINED) in Mexico conducted on [...]

  • E. López Meneses, E. Vázquez Cano, P. Román Graván
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 8

    Abstract
    The emergence of massive open online course (MOOCs) has been a turning point for the academic world and, especially, in the design and provision of training courses in Higher [...]

  • M. Tobías Martínez, M. Duarte Freitas, A. Kemczinski
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 7

    Abstract
    The use of video as a teaching resource stimulates the construction of new knowledge. Although this resource exists in several genres and media, the experience of professionals [...]

  • J. Monedero Moya, D. Cebrián Robles, P. Desenne
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 6

    Abstract
    The worldwide boom in digital video may be one of the reasons behind the exponential growth of MOOCs. The evaluation of a MOOC requires a great degree of multimedia and collaborative [...]

  • L. Muellner
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 5

    Abstract
    Evidence for annotating Homeric poetry in Ancient Greece is as old as the 5th Century BCE, when the «Iliad» and «Odyssey» were performed by professional singers/composers [...]

  • M. Sánchez Vera, M. León Urrutia, H. Davis
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 4

    Abstract
    Massive is one of the distinctive features of MOOCs which differentiate them from other e-learning experiences. This massiveness entails certain possibilities, but also some [...]

  • M. Raposo Rivas, E. Martínez Figueira, J. Sarmiento Campos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 3

    Abstract
    At the end of the first decade of the 21st century, the rapid growth in the MOOC offering brought about a new educational landscape, posing new challenges to teaching and [...]

  • C. Castaño Garrido, I. Maiz Olazabalaga, U. Garay Ruiz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 2

    Abstract
    Los cursos MOOC se han entendido como la última evolución del aprendizaje en red, y desde su nacimiento en 2008 se han puesto en práctica en un buen número de universidades. [...]

  • A. Chiappe Laverde, N. Hine, J. Martínez Silva
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (1), 1

    Abstract
    This article focuses on a review of both literature and practical experiences concerning MOOCs. The literature analyzed was published in peer-reviewed journals between 2007 [...]

  • M. Turu Tarré
    ACal (2014). Vol. 7, (1), 5

    Abstract
    The universality of La vida es sueño, a unique work within calderonian writing, is studied in this paper under the parameter of the Aristotelian concepts of mimesis and catharsis. [...]

  • A. Sánchez Jiménez
    ACal (2014). Vol. 7, (1), 8

    Abstract
    Even though the experts on Calderón do agree that Coquín, a character of El médico de su honra, is an unsuccessfully comical character drowned by the tragic atmosphere [...]

  • J. Gutiérrez Meza
    ACal (2014). Vol. 7, (1), 17

    Abstract
    This article analyses the possible connection of La aurora en Copacabana by Calderón with the expansion of the cult of the Virgin of Copacabana in Spain, initiated by Miguel [...]

  • R. Arana, M. Caballero
    ACal (2014). Vol. 7, (1), 12

    Abstract
    The authors of this paper attempt to uncover a possible relationship between Calderón de la Barca and Borges, based on the hypothetical question whether or not the argentine [...]

  • A. diversos
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2014). Vol. 29, (1), 1

    Abstract
    Reviews Caplletra 56 (Spring, 2014): Pep Vila, ressenya de Marinela Garcia Sempere i M. Àngels Llorca Tonda (ed.), Vides medievals de sants; difusió, tradició i llegenda, [...]

  • A. diversos
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2014). Vol. 29, (2), 12

    Abstract
    Reviews Caplletra 57 (Autumn, 2014): Lluís Cabré: Bernat Metge, ‘The Dream’ of Bernat Metge / Del Somni d’en Bernat Metge, translated into English by Antonio [...]

  • A. Coroleu, M. Paredes Baulida
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2014). Vol. 29, (2), 13

    Abstract
    Abstract: The purpose of this article is to show how, in eighteenth-century Catalonia, the use of the Latin language is not restricted to school books, legal documents or [...]

  • H. Hermant
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2014). Vol. 29, (2), 20

    Abstract
    Abstract: Long seen as mere accounts of proceedings and nothing more than the vehicle of an autonomous discourse, papers have attracted renewed interest in studies of libels [...]

  • A. López Quiles
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2014). Vol. 29, (2), 17

    Abstract
    Abstract: Valencian preaching during the Baroque shows some essential differences compared to the Spanish style, such the absence of a gloomy and damning tone. Another divergence [...]

  • H. Ettinghausen
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2014). Vol. 29, (2), 15

    Abstract
    Abstract: This article concerns the earliest news pamphlets printed in Catalonia, notably in Barcelona. Especially from the end of the 16th century, these (normally) single [...]

  • O. Jané
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2014). Vol. 29, (2), 22

    Abstract
    Abstract: This article sets out to show an overview of the interest and the use of «political literature» in current historiography. The author also tries to see how these [...]

  • E. Miralles
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2014). Vol. 29, (2), 19

    Abstract
    Introduction to the monograph sobre «Literatura política de l'edat moderna», number 57 (Autumn 2014) of Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia.

  • M. Pradilla Cardona
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2014). Vol. 29, (2), 16

    Abstract
    Abstract: The Tortosa diocese spans a geographical area where the autoctonous dialectal variety — called tortosí — is subject to pressures from different linguistic models.The [...]