• L. Rodríguez-Yunta, I. Olea
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 21

    Abstract
    Presentamos en estas páginas un nuevo volumen del Anuario ThinkEPI, con el que cumplimos ya doce años. Esta publicación es una iniciativa de Tomàs Baiget, al que cada [...]

  • M. Comalat
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 20

    Abstract
    Con un título sugerente y ambicioso, el año pasado Libraries Taskforce, la agencia gubernamental inglesa de la que forma parte Cilip (Chartered Institute of Library and [...]

  • L. Anglada
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 19

    Abstract
    A la investigación que se lleva a cabo en artes y humanidades que utiliza ordenadores y tecnologías digitales se la denomina humanidades digitales (digital humanities, DH). [...]

  • V. Mendes
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 18

    Abstract
    El objetivo principal de los proyectos del programa Assessment in action (AiA): Academic libraries and student success de la Association of College and Research Libraries [...]

  • C. Riera-Quintero, P. Torn
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 17

    Abstract
    El New Media Consortium (NMC) ha publicado la tercera edición del informe de tendencias y retos para las bibliotecas académicas y de investigación a corto, medio y largo [...]

  • I. Bonet
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 16

    Abstract
    El edificio de biblioteca, así como el espacio disponible para colecciones y para servicios a los usuarios, son percibidos a menudo como una limitación pero son, al mismo [...]

  • J. Gómez-Hernández
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 15

    Abstract
    Axiell es una empresa que da servicios a las bibliotecas públicas del Reino Unido, y que encuestó a más de 2.000 personas mayores de 16 años de ese país para saber en [...]

  • J. Terma
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 14

    Abstract
    Las bibliotecas han sido responsables de garantizar el acceso a la información y al conocimiento, de promover la lectura y la cultura, de promover y facilitar la formación [...]

  • I. Iribarren-Maestro
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 13

    Abstract
    The creation of bibliometric services within university libraries opens up new professional possibilities for libraries, when they are in the midst of rethinking many of their [...]

  • F. Juárez-Urquijo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 12

    Abstract
    The term ‘one-person library’ is used within the English-speaking world in order to refer to libraries managed by just one person; ‘solo librarian’ refers to the professional [...]

  • R. Gómez-Díaz, A. García-Rodríguez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 11

    Abstract
    Gamification is the inclusion of game elements in contexts other than those traditionally related to leisure and entertainment. In recent years, it has grown as a trend as [...]

  • J. Gallo-León
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 10

    Abstract
    Librarians have made attempts to transform and adapt libraries in order to avoid obsolescence, but librarians face the opposition of broad sectors of society and the profession. [...]

  • J. Moreiro-González
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 9

    Abstract
    La desorientación que causa la cambiante realidad en la que actúan los profesionales de la información, principalmente los bibliotecarios, hace necesaria la indagación [...]

  • A. Calderón-Rehecho
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 8

    Abstract
    Questions are proposed for helping to think about the information world and the libraries.

  • J. Moreiro-González
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 7

    Abstract
    This is a brief review of the relationship between Library and Information Science (LIS), Social Communication Sciences, and their journals in order to assess the validity [...]

  • D. Martínez-Ávila
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 6

    Abstract
    The scientific nature of Information Science and its interdisciplinary relationships with other fields are discussed. I review some of the theoretical positions that coexist, [...]

  • L. Codina
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 5

    Abstract
    A description and presentation of the universal components of information seeking and retrieval systems including query system, search results page, and record (metadata) [...]

  • G. Pérez-Salmerón
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 4

    Abstract
    This is the report of the International Federation of Libraries Associations and Institutions (IFLA) 2017-2019 President’s Program. It is the narrative of the presidential [...]

  • J. Cobarsí-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 3

    Abstract
    The Information Schools (iSchools) are a prominent international academic network of information schools. Since its creation in 2005, about 80 universities have joined the [...]

  • M. De-la-Moneda
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2018). Vol. 12, 2

    Abstract
    A picture is presented of the state of library and information university education in Spain. Statistical data is provided about both the number and type of the university [...]

  • C. Fanjul-Peyró, C. González-Oñate, P. Peña-Hernández
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2019). Vol. 27, (1), 10

    Abstract
    The eGames business (online video games) in Spain generated more than 1.8 trillion euros in profits in 2016. Advertising is no stranger to the potential of this market, and [...]

  • P. Garmen, C. Rodríguez, P. García-Redondo, J. San-Pedro-Veledo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2019). Vol. 27, (1), 9

    Abstract
    Howard Gardner revolutionized the concept of intelligence with his Multiple Intelligences Theory. His vision was widely supported by the educational community, which considers [...]

  • G. Parodi, T. Moreno-de-León, C. Julio, G. Burdiles
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2019). Vol. 27, (1), 8

    Abstract
    It has always been in the public interest to know the reading habits of readers of various ages and levels of schooling, as well as their opinions with regard to the consumption [...]

  • S. Santoveña-Casal, C. Bernal-Bravo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2019). Vol. 27, (1), 7

    Abstract
    Analyzing the influence of social media on the learning process is no longer a novel idea; however, due to its importance for students and consequently for teachers, research [...]

  • S. Roses-Campos, M. Humanes-Humanes
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2019). Vol. 27, (1), 6

    Abstract
    Based on a survey of 122 journalists from four Spanish newspapers carried out from 2015 to 2016, this paper analyses to what extent these professionals perceive a disconnection [...]

  • A. Chib, C. Bentley, R. Wardoyo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2019). Vol. 27, (1), 5

    Abstract
    The role of digital media and learning has often been synonymous with the use of open education resources in formal institutional settings. Further, open and distance learning [...]

  • S. Pereira, J. Fillol, P. Moura
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2019). Vol. 27, (1), 4

    Abstract
    The dissonance between what teenagers learn in classrooms and their everyday lives is not a recent phenomenon, but it is increasingly relevant as school systems are unable [...]

  • S. Bender, K. Peppler
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2019). Vol. 27, (1), 3

    Abstract
    Connected learning explains how people can build learning pathways that connect their interests, relationships, and formal learning to lead toward future opportunities such [...]

  • L. Zhang, D. Cassany
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2019). Vol. 27, (1), 2

    Abstract
    While research on Western multimedia platforms, such as YouTube, is prolific and interdisciplinary, Asian portals remain unknown. We explore this field by analyzing the juvenile [...]

  • J. Gee, M. Esteban-Guitart
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2019). Vol. 27, (1), 1

    Abstract
    There is today a great deal of controversy over digital and social media. Even leaders in the tech industry are beginning to decry the time young people spend on smartphones [...]

  • T. Piñeiro-Otero, D. Martín-Pena
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 50

    Abstract
    Due to its penetration and access, radio is a very important mass media in the Ibero-American context. However, radio has not received much scholarly attention. In this framework, [...]

  • P. Aceituno-Aceituno, A. Casero-Ripollés, J. Escudero-Garzás, C. Bousoño-Calzón
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 49

    Abstract
    The current scenario of crisis and change has prompted the idea of entrepreneurship as a way to develop new media business models that can be promoted by university training. [...]

  • H. Gou, M. Dezuanni
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 48

    Abstract
    This article develops insights and generates new lines of inquiry into young children’s digital lives in China and Australia. It brings to dialogue findings from a national [...]

  • S. Aran-Ramspott, M. Fedele, A. Tarragó
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 47

    Abstract
    This study focuses on the relationship between preadolescents and youtubers, with the objective of observing how tweens integrate youtubers as referents of a teen digital [...]

  • A. Fernández-de-Arroyabe-Olaortua, I. Lazkano-Arrillaga, L. Eguskiza-Sesumaga
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 46

    Abstract
    Teenagers inhabit a virtual universe with their own model of entertainment, learning and communication. This research work defines the consumption, creation and diffusion [...]

  • C. Mateos, A. Sedeño
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 45

    Abstract
    The relationship between signs and human action is one of the most widely studied theories in art and communications. Humans are constantly producing new discourse and new [...]

  • M. Orosa-Roldán, P. López-López
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 44

    Abstract
    This paper results from a neo-functionalist constructivist theory as the one allowing us to understand that dialogue processes and social participation build culture with [...]

  • R. Carrasco-Polaino, E. Villar-Cirujano, M. Martín-Cárdaba
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 43

    Abstract
    Due to the increasing importance of acquiring technological tools in communication strategies, and while taking into account that non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) use [...]

  • J. Mesías-Lema
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 42

    Abstract
    This article incorporates research involving artivist and pedagogical curatorships (200717) that were developed by contemporary artists, university professors, students from [...]

  • E. Aladro-Vico, D. Jivkova-Semova, O. Bailey
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 41

    Abstract
    This study describes the concepts, historical precedents, language and fundamental experiences of artivism. It shows the research activities from two main universities (Complutense [...]

  • S. Malo-Cerrato, M. Martín-Perpiñá, F. Viñas-Poch
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 30

    Abstract
    Understanding the factors that predict excessive use of social networks in adolescence can help prevent problems as addictive behaviours, loneliness or cyberbullying. The [...]

  • D. Rodríguez-Gómez, D. Castro, J. Meneses
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 29

    Abstract
    Studies on ICT use in education usually focus on ICT’s contribution to training processes. However, scarce research has concentrated on the problematic use of ICT among [...]

  • A. Díaz-Fernández, C. del-Real-Castrillo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 28

    Abstract
    Making the work of security organizations known to school children is a means of mitigating feelings of insecurity provoked by the diffusion of information on terrorist attacks [...]

  • I. Ramos-Soler, C. López-Sánchez, T. Torrecillas-Lacave
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 27

    Abstract
    An important part of current research regarding online risks is aimed at analysing cyber aggression according to its frequency and type. By contrast, there is less scientific [...]

  • C. Caffarel-Serra, F. Ortega, J. Gaitán
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 26

    Abstract
    This article presents the methodological strategies, results and a critical analysis of the national research project MapCom “The Research Sphere on Communication Studies [...]

  • C. Yudes-Gómez, D. Baridon-Chauvie, J. González-Cabrera
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 25

    Abstract
    The goal of this cross-cultural study was to analyze and compare the cybervictimization and cyberaggression scores, and the problematic Internet use between Spain, Colombia [...]

  • R. del-Rey-Alamillo, J. Mora-Merchán, J. Casas, R. Ortega-Ruiz, P. Elipe
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 24

    Abstract
    Intervention against cyberbullying and other risks associated with the misuse of ITC and social networks is an important social demand. The «Asegúrate» [...]

  • A. Giménez-Gualdo, P. Arnaiz-Sánchez, F. Cerezo-Ramírez, E. Prodócimo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 23

    Abstract
    Currently, schools face the challenge of dealing with the phenomena of cyberbullying, which is increasingly present among teenagers. This study analyses teachers’ and [...]

  • E. Larrañaga, R. Navarro, S. Yubero
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 22

    Abstract
    Research on the characteristics shown by children who cyberbully others is scarce. The objective of this research is to know the variables that predict the involvement of [...]

  • S. Osuna-Acedo, C. Marta-Lazo, D. Frau-Meigs
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (1), 20

    Abstract
    The evolution of MOOCs in the last decade has been constant and dynamic. The first cMOOC and xMOOC models eventually evolved into different postMOOC modalities, such as sMOOC, [...]

  • L. Rey, C. Quintana-Orts, S. Mérida-López, N. Extremera
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (2), 21

    Abstract
    Elucidating personal factors that may protect against the adverse psychological outcomes of cyberbullying victimisation might help guide more effective screening and school [...]

  • A. Pérez-Manzano, J. Almela-Baeza
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (1), 19

    Abstract
    The current growth in gamification-based applications, and especially in what is known as Digital Game-based Learning (DGBL), is providing new opportunities with considerable [...]

  • J. Montero-Díaz, M. Cobo, M. Gutiérrez-Salcedo, F. Segado-Boj, E. Herrera-Viedma
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (1), 18

    Abstract
    Communication Research field has an extraordinary growth pattern, indeed bigger than other research fields. In order to extract knowledge from such amount, intelligent techniques [...]

  • R. Aparici, D. García-Marín
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (1), 17

    Abstract
    In the 1970s, the publications of Alvin Toffler and Jean Cloutier were essential for the emergence of two concepts, prosumer, and emirec, whose meanings have been mistakenly [...]

  • V. Pérez-Torres, Y. Pastor-Ruiz, S. Abarrou-Ben-Boubaker
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (1), 16

    Abstract
    The main objective of this research is to analyze the content of YouTuber's videos that have the greatest impact on adolescents and their relationship with the construction [...]

  • A. Clua, N. Ferran-Ferrer, L. Terren
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (1), 15

    Abstract
    This paper aims to contribute to the study of the difficulties that young people face in accessing the public sphere as political actors. It looks at the Press coverage and [...]

  • M. Meneses, A. Martín-del-Campo, H. Rueda-Zárate
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (1), 14

    Abstract
    This article aims to identify how digital public opinion was articulated on Twitter during the visit of the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to Mexico City in [...]

  • V. Saiz-Echezarreta, M. Alvarado, P. Gómez-Lorenzini
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (1), 13

    Abstract
    The construction, visualization, and stabilization of public problems require the mobilization of civil society groups concerned about these issues to actively engage in the [...]

  • B. Souza-Leal, C. de-Carvalho, E. Antunes
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (1), 12

    Abstract
    This article explores the capacity of the media to incorporate controversies in circulation in the public sphere. For that, it is based on the analysis of a set of 607 news [...]

  • R. Cassany, S. Cortiñas, A. Elduque
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2018). Vol. 26, (1), 11

    Abstract
    Science journalists are mainly responsible for publicly communicating science, which, in turn, is a major indicator of the social development of democratic societies. The [...]

  • J. Navarro i Miralles
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 26

    Abstract
    Book review: Lluís Meseguer (ed.), La traducció literària. Estudis sobre la traducció i la literatura valenciana. Homenatge a Joan Francesc Mira i Casterà, València, [...]

  • A. Martí-Badia
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 21

    Abstract
    Book review: Josep Massot i Muntaner, Els mallorquins i la llengua catalana. Segles XIII-XXI, Barcelona, Publicacions de l’Abadia de Montserrat («Col·lecció Biblioteca [...]

  • M. Moreno i Domènech
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 34

    Abstract
    Book reviews: Ricard Salvat, Diaris (1962-1968). Edició a cura d’Eulàlia Salvat, pròleg a cura de Francesc Foguet & Manuel Molins, Barcelona, Universitat de Barcelona, [...]

  • R. Prims i Vila
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 29

    Abstract
    Book review: Josep Miquel Ramis (ed.), Epistolari Sebastià Juan Arbó - Joan Sales (1966-1982), Barcelona, Publicacions de l’Abadia de Montserrat («Textos i Estudis de [...]

  • Ó. Fernández Poza
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 24

    Abstract
    Book review: Sharon G. Feldman & Francesc Foguet: Els límits del silenci. La censura del teatre català durant el franquisme, Barcelona, Publicacions de l’Abadia de Montserrat, [...]

  • R. Bacardit
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 37

    Abstract
    Book review: Carles Batlle & Enric Gallén (curs.), Adrià Gual. Teoria escènica, Lleida/Barcelona, Punctum / Institut del Teatre, 2016, 343 pp., ISBN: 978-84-945790-0-4 [...]

  • A. Llàcer Martorell
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 32

    Abstract
    Book review: Pere Gil, Història moral de Cathalunya. Edició a cura de Rodolfo Galdeano Carretero, Barcelona, Institut d’Estudis Catalans, Secció Històrico-Arqueològica, [...]

  • A. Llinares Planells
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 27

    Abstract
    Book review: Xevi Camprubí, La premsa a Catalunya durant la Guerra de Successió, València, Publicacions de la Universitat de València, 2016, 191 pp., ISBN: 978-84-9134[...]

  • A. Maestre Brotons
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 22

    Abstract
    L’aprenentatge de la soledat (Learning to Be Alone), by the Catalan author David Vilaseca (2008), raises issues about writing, identity and sexuality. Drawing on cultural [...]

  • J. Fernàndez
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 35

    Abstract
    Recent Catalan criticism has focused on place and space, as well as immigration, but has overlooked temporality. Yet migrations are not only a matter of space (of demographic [...]

  • I. Marcillas-Piquer
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 30

    Abstract
    This study focuses on the analysis of some of the immigration Catalan literature voices’. This literature is placed between two cultures, in the border between what is known [...]

  • M. Picornell
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 25

    Abstract
    In this paper, I reflect on the research of mechanisms of literary representation of cultural and economical difference that intend to erode the separation that justifies [...]

  • I. Mira Navarro
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 20

    Abstract
    This paper analyses how Vicent Andrés Estellés treats the city in his poems according to the degree of proximity between the poet and the reality on the ground. The works [...]

  • M. Francés Díez
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 33

    Abstract
    Introduction to the monograph «Les veus de l’alteritat», number 65 (Autumn 2018) of Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia.

  • M. Oltra Ripoll
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 28

    Abstract
    This paper is an analysis of the stylistic function of phraseology in three contemporary novels, originally written in English —Enduring Love, by Ian McEwan; The Road, by [...]

  • X. Villalba
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 23

    Abstract
    This article defends that the restricted distribution of strong pronouns in the pivot position of Catalan existential sentences is not a consequence of the Definiteness Effect, [...]

  • A. Soler
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 36

    Abstract
    The move of the court of the king Alfonso V of Aragon from Valencia (1416-1430) to Italy (1432) and their settlement in Naples (1443-1458) implied the emigration of a numerous [...]

  • V. Zaragoza Gómez
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (2), 31

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to show a tradition of feminine poetry that has survived throughout the centuries, focusing on the greatest period of splendor, the Baroque era. Our [...]

  • J. Martí Mestre
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 7

    Abstract
    Book review: Vicent Beltran Calvo & Carles Segura-Llopes, «Els parlars valencians», València, Publicacions de la Universitat de València («Biblioteca Lingüística Catalana», [...]

  • E. Reig
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 1

    Abstract
    Book review: Joaquim Martí Mestre, «Diccionari de fraseologia (segles XVII-XXI)». Pròleg d’Antoni Ferrando. València, Publicacions de la Universitat de València / [...]

  • C. Martínez Mayor
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 15

    Abstract
    Book review: Maria Ahn, Xavier Espluga & Alejandra Guzmán (eds.), «Pere Miquel Carbonell i el seu temps (1434-1517)», Barcelona, Reial Acadèmia de Bones Lletres, 2016, [...]

  • I. Marcillas
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 10

    Abstract
    Book review: F. Carbó, C. Gregori & R. X. Rosselló, (eds.), «La ironia en les literatures occidentals des de l’inici de segle fins a 1939», 2016, Barcelona, Publicacions [...]

  • M. Ferrando
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 4

    Abstract
    Book review: Pere Ballart, Jordi Malé, Marcel Ortín, Joaquim Espinós & Gonçal López-Pampló, «Joan Fuster i la ironia», València, Publicacions de la Universitat de [...]

  • J. Espinós Felipe
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 18

    Abstract
    Book review: Maria Dasca, «Entenebrats. Literatura catalana i bogeria», Barcelona, Publicacions de l'Abadia de Montserrat, 2016, 501 pp., ISBN: 978-84-9883-863-3.

  • J. Butinyà
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 13

    Abstract
    Books review: Pere Villalba i Varneda, «Ramon Llull. Escriptor i filòsof de la diferència. Palma de Mallorca, 1232-1316», Bellaterra, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, [...]

  • J. Besa Camprubí
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 8

    Abstract
    Book review: Laure Sarda, Denis Vigier & Bernard Combettes (dir.), «Connexion et indexation. Ces liens qui tissen le texte», Lió, Ens Éditions, 2016, 224 pp., ISBN: 97[...]

  • M. Marín i Jordà, J. Ribera i Condomina
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 2

    Abstract
    Encapsulation by means of abstract unspecific nouns (such as conclusion, topic, reality or problem) reifies predicative discourse chunks and conceptualise them. This ability [...]

  • J. Tárnyiková
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 16

    Abstract
    The focus in this paper is on structural and functional properties of a marginal type of focus formulas in English, known as N-be-that-constructions (Schmid 2001), cf. The [...]

  • M. Borreguero Zuloaga
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 11

    Abstract
    We define a kind of nominal phrases which have incapsulation functions in discourse from a formal, semantic and informative approach. These nominal phrases contain some anaphoric [...]

  • M. Díez Prados
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 5

    Abstract
    Academic discourse is characterized by an abundance of abstract nouns such as analysis, research, process, concept, approach or role. These nouns are considered cohesive devices [...]

  • A. López Samaniego
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 19

    Abstract
    The following article discusses nominal unfaithful encapsulation on a corpus of Spanish conference presentations and the corresponding Proceedings articles in Linguistics [...]

  • H. Schmid
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 14

    Abstract
    This paper provides a somewhat personal retrospect on work on the notion and phenomenon of shell noun. After a brief introduction I will discuss some terminological and methodological [...]

  • M. Marín, J. Ribera
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 9

    Abstract
    Introduction to the monograph «L’encapsulació lèxica: cohesió, coherència i metadiscurs», number 64 (Spring 2018) of Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia.[...]

  • M. Santamaría Pérez
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 3

    Abstract
    In this paper we focus on how collocations are included in Spanish-Catalan bilingual dictionaries. These lexical repertories are used generally for non-native speakers of [...]

  • M. Güell Devesa
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 17

    Abstract
    The article has two parts. The first part is a comprehensive compilation of literary works in history about old age with the aim of examining how it has been considered in [...]

  • A. Soler
    Caplletra. Revista Internacional de Filologia (2018). Vol. 33, (1), 12

    Abstract
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    Abstract
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