- Communication: This research line focuses on the critical study of public interest content – both in terms of its construction and its impact on society – disseminated through various media platforms. As part of this interest, it also encompasses the research stream access and adoption of ICT in everyday life and media audiences.
- Ethics and Communication Law: This line promotes research from the normative perspective of the discipline, encompassing self-regulation and legislation. It is conceived as a cross-cutting line of thought. It encompasses studies that debate and reflect on the principles of communicative activity, concerning information, persuasion, fiction, and their intersection with the principles related to human dignity and the value of the social dimension of communication.
- Narrative and Fiction: This work line focuses on the critical analysis of imaginary or constructed worlds and their communication. It is approached from different narrative elements and/or the different stages of the creative production process, following an approach that ranges from the more philosophical dimension to the more technical and formal aspects.
- Strategic Communication and Management: This research area focuses on the analysis and reflection of communication from a strategic and management perspective. It brings together studies on the function and relevance of communication in organizations, as well as everything related to the direction and management of media and communication companies.
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|Universidad Austral de Buenos Aires||Buenos Aires, Argentina||Español||www.austral.edu.ar|
|Universidad de la Sabana||Bogotá, Colombia||Español||www.unisabana.edu.co|
|Universidad Rey Juan Carlos||Madrid, España||Español – Inglés||www.urjc.es/|