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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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2018, 31(3) ISSN0214-0039 E-ISSN2386-7876 Creative Commons @JournalCommSoc
Special Marta REBOLLEDO DE LA CALLE, Oscar G. LUENGO y Domagoj Bebić
Political Communication in Uncertain Times. Digital Technologies, Citizen Participation and Open Governance
Laura ALONSO-MUÑOZ y Andreu Casero-Ripollés
Political agenda on Twitter during the 2016 Spanish elections: issues, strategies, and users’ responses
Cristina ZURUTUZA MUÑOZ y Darren LILLEKER
Writing graffiti on the Facebook wall: Understanding the online discourse of citizens to politicians during the 2016 Spanish election
Domagoj Bebić y Marija VOLAREVIC
Do not mess with a meme: the use of viral content in communicating politics
Belén FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA y Oscar G. LUENGO
Populist parties in Western Europe. An analysis of the three core elements of populism
Norbert KESTING, Abel REIBERG y Phillip HOCKS
Discourse Quality in Times of Populism: An Analysis of German Parliamentary Debates on Immigration Policy
Pedro FIERRO ZAMORA y Frederic GUERRERO-SOLÉ
Measuring Political Attitudes in New Democracies: The Case of Chile
Ana AZURMENDI, Mercedes MUÑOZ SALDAÑA y Félix ORTEGA MOHEDANO
Civic Participation and Independence from Political Power: two requirements of Public Service Broadcasters in Spain
Beatriz HERRERO-JIMÉNEZ, Adolfo CARRATALÁ y Mª Rosa BERGANZA CONDE
Violent Conflicts and the New Mediatization: The Impact of Social Media on the European Parliamentary Agenda Regarding the Syrian War
SARAH BISHOP
“Nobody Can Take Our Story”: Competing Representational Narratives of Immigrants without Legal Status
Javier GARCÍA-MARÍN y Adolfo CALATRAVA
The Use of Supervised Learning Algorithms in Political Communication and Media Studies: Locating Frames in the Press
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