By María Palazzi, researcher of the IN3’s CoSIN3 group Online communication, especially on social media platforms, is characterized by information overloads, with practically anyone able to create and disseminate content. In this new[…]
By Marta Roqueta-Fernàndez, doctoral candidate of the IN3’s GenTIC group. Over the last ten years, Catalonia and Spain have witnessed a revitalization of their vibrant – and increasingly plural – feminist movement. Feminists have[…]
Translated into over 20 languages, The Information Age is an international standard for understanding how society has changed as a result of the digital revolution and the globalization of the economy. This trilogy of books[…]
By Emanuele Cozzo & Luce Prignano. Traditionally, news media served as an interface between citizens and politics, eventually influencing political behaviour. In the information age, both politics and communication are transformed. The popularity of[…]
By Daniel Blanche and Mireia Fernández-Ardèvol It seems that recently we have learned a lot about new tools for social meetings such as Zoom, arguably the platform that has garnered the most popularity. Nowadays, they[…]
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