Articles on online communication by Spanish researchers

Recently the new issues of two important journals on communication have been published. Both of them have a couple of articles written by researchers of Spanish universities -or article in which Spanish researchers take part.

New Media & Society (Vol. 11, No. 6, September 2009) publishes an article by Carlos Scolari, currently teaching at the Universities of Vic and Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona) entitled “Mapping conversations about new media: the theoretical field of digital communication” (New Media Society 2009;11 943-964). Born in Argentina, Scolari studied at the Catholic Unievrsity of Milano (Italy) before moving to Spain, where he has conducted a brilliant research on the theoretical aspects of digital communication.

The second article has been published by the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, and in it a group of Spanish researcher have taken part -although just one name appears, Ramón Salaverria. A survey was conducted in several digital newspapers in four European countries, including Spain. The Spanish surveys was conducted by researchers from the University of the Basque Country (Dr Koldo Meso and Dr Ainara Larrondo), Santiago de Compostela, Málaga and Navarre, even though the mention to their work has completeley disappeared from the final text for unknown reasons.

Fortunati, L.; Sarrica, M.; O’Sullivan, J.; Balcytiene, A.; Harro-Loit, H.; Macgregor, Ph.; Roussou, N.; Salvarria, R.; de Luca, F. (2009), “The Influence of the Internet on European Journalism”, Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 14(4), August: 928-963.

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