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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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Communication
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2019, 32(1) ISSN0214-0039 E-ISSN2386-7876 Creative Commons @JournalCommSoc
Special Pablo LÓPEZ-RABADÁN y Claudia MELLADO
Twitter as a space for interaction in political journalism. Dynamics, consequences and proposal of interactivity scale for social media
Aitor GONZÁLEZ BENGOECHEA, Cristóbal FERNÁNDEZ MUÑOZ y María Luisa GARCÍA GUARDIA
Twitter, partisan use and institutional use: Comparative analysis between the profiles of Moncloa, Madrid City Council and their ruling parties
Juan Mª SÁNCHEZ-VILLAR
The use of blogs as social media tools of political communication: citizen journalism and public opinion 2.0.
Concha PÉREZ-CURIEL y Pilar LIMÓN NAHARRO
Political influencers. A study of Donald Trump’s personal brand on Twitter and its impact on the media and users
Antonio IÁÑEZ DOMÍNGUEZ y Borja GONZÁLEZ LUNA
Disability in the Spanish press: from the paradigm of rehabilitation to the paradigm of personal autonomy
Jaime LÓPEZ DÍEZ y Jesús BERMEJO-BERROS
Diegetic and non-diegetic surprises, and their effect on liking, long-term recall and comprehension in narrative television commercials
Berta GARCÍA OROSA y Xosé LÓPEZ
Language in social networks as a communication strategy: public administration, political parties and civil society
Ángel VIZOSO y Jorge VÁZQUEZ-HERRERO
Fact-checking platforms in Spanish. Features, organisation and method
Rubén Arnoldo GONZÁLEZ MACÍAS y Víctor Hugo REYNA GARCÍA
“They don’t trust us; they don’t care if we’re attacked”: trust and risk perception in Mexican journalism
Ana Belén FERNÁNDEZ-SOUTO, Iván PUENTES-RIVERA y Montse VÁZQUEZ-GESTAL
The communicative management of large companies in Spain: structure, resources and main challenges of their managers
Estrella GUALDA y José RÚAS
Conspiracy theories, credibility and trust in information
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