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COMMUNICATION & SOCIETY International in scope and open to scholars and researchers from around the world, Communication & Society is an online quarterly journal founded in 1988. Formerly named Comunicación y Sociedad, since the issue of October 2014 is published entirely in English. Issues are published in January, April, June and October.

Its main goal is to make outstanding research contributions to the field of communication from a variety of perspectives, both theoretical and empirical. It includes journalism studies, advertising, public relations, broadcast and film studies, political communication, ethics, media history, communication policy, political economy and new media, among others. Methodological rigor and valuable research results are required for review and publication.

 

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FCOM
Communication
& Society
2018, 31(1) ISSN0214-0039 E-ISSN2386-7876 Creative Commons @JournalCommSoc
Articles Valeriano PIÑEIRO-NAVAL, Juan-José IGARTUA and Isabel RODRÍGUEZ-DE-DIOS
Identity-related implications of the dissemination of cultural heritage through the Internet: A study based on Framing Theory
Antonio ASENCIO-GUILLÉN and Julio NAVÍO-MARCO
Cyberspace as a system and a social environment: a theoretical proposal based on Niklas Luhmann
Enrique CASTELLÓ-MAYO, Antía Mª LÓPEZ-GÓMEZ and Silvia ROCA-BAAMONDE
The (dis)solution of European cultural identities in the digital space: a critical reflection on small cinemas
Martín ECHEVERRÍA and Rubén ARNOLDO GONZÁLEZ
Media logic and journalistic commercialism. A longitudinal analysis of frames in campaign coverage
Tamara VÁZQUEZ BARRIO and Elena CEBRIÁN GUINOVART
Reality television and politics come together. Topics and discursive strategies of politicians on the programmes En la tuya o en la mía and Planeta Calleja
María-José HIGUERAS-RUIZ, Francisco-Javier GÓMEZ-PÉREZ and Jordi ALBERICH-PASCUAL
Historical Review and Contemporary Characterization of Showrunner as Professional Profile in TV Series Production: Traits, Skills, Competences, and Style
Hermes Ulises PRIETO MORA
Government advertising and the war on drugs: the narrative proposed by the Mexican Federal Government (2006-2012)
Francisco LEITE
The everyday pain of racism of Brazilian black women and the effect of counterintuitive ads for its reduction: a Grounded Theory study
Naim ÇINAR
An evaluation of source effects in consumer generated ads
Carlos A. BALLESTEROS HERENCIA and María DIÉZ-GARRIDO
We need to talk. Engagement 2.0 on Facebook during the Spanish cyber campaign of December 20, 2015
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