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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
& Society
2017, 30(4) ISSN0214-0039 E-ISSN2386-7876 Creative Commons @JournalCommSoc
Articles Carmen Sofía BRENES
The Aristotelian Myth, the Screen Idea and the Making of the Chilean Film No
Ricardo LEIVA SOTO, Cristóbal BENAVIDES and Kenton T. WILKINSON
Young Hispanics’ Motivations to Use Smartphones: A Three-Country Comparative Study
Alec TEFERTILLER
Moviegoing in the Netflix Age: Gratifications, Planned Behavior, and Theatrical Attendance
Manuel PERIS VIDAL
Autonomous thought and political talk show guests. A study of the television programme Las Mañanas de Cuatro
Clara SANZ HERNANDO
The failure of the Francoist Movement Press Group to convert La Voz de Castilla into a prototype to save its newspapers
Santiago GIRALDO LUQUE, Isabel VILLEGAS SIMÓN and Tomás DURÁN BECERRA
Use of the websites of parliaments to promote citizen deliberation in the process of public decision-making. Comparative study of ten countries (America and Europe)
Ana Marta MAYAGOITIA SORIA
American social engineering through children’s educational films (1945-1953)
Mª Teresa MERCADO SÁEZ and Carmen del Rocío MONEDERO MORALES
Treatment and framing of energy issues on television: An analysis of the infotainment programs on the Spanish TV channel La Sexta
Vicente FENOLL and Lorena CANO-ORÓN
Citizen engagement on Spanish political parties’ Facebook pages: Analysis of the 2015 electoral campaign comments
Manuel MARTÍNEZ-NICOLÁS, Enric SAPERAS and Ángel CARRASCO-CAMPOS
Journalism research in Spain. Analysis of research articles published in Spanish journals over the past 25 years (1990-2014)
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