Next Friday, May 15, the doctoral conference “How to investigate thousands of digital media: methodologies for large scale studies” will take place, with Ramón Salaverría.
The conference will start at 10 am and will be transmitted through the Colibri-Zoom platform. It takes place within the scope of the seminars and workshops of the doctoral programs in Communication Sciences and Cultural Studies.
Ramón Salaverría will deepen the methodology underlying the published study with the following reference: Salaverría, R., Martínez-Costa, M. P., & Breiner, J. (2018). Mapa de los cibermedios de España en 2018: análisis cuantitativo. Revista Latina de Comunicación Social, 73, 1034-1053. doi:10.4185/RLCS-2018-1295, available at http://www.revistalatinacs.org/073paper/1295/54es.html.
Ramón Salaverría is a researcher of the Faculty of Communication of the University of Navarra, in which he is also deputy director of the Center for Internet Studies and Digital Life. Professor of journalism, he specialized in research on cyberjournalism and digital media, topics in which he has more than 200 publications. His most recent book, Ciberperiodismo en Iberoamérica (2016), is a detailed analysis of the evolution of digital media in the 22 countries of Latin America, Spain and Portugal.
Access is free, although subject to prior registration via email email@example.com (for security reasons we will only send the link to those who register).
It is a joint initiative of CECS and the Department of Communication Sciences at the University of Minho.