Issue Title
Issue 57 (December 2017) Pursuing change in fiction series: Virtual reality as a narrative strategy at the service of the viewer’s immersion Abstract
Adriana Paíno Ambrosio, M.ª Isabel Rodríguez Fidalgo
Issue 58 (June 2018) Memories in conflict in the Chilean public sphere: television fiction and dictatorship Abstract
Lorena Antezana Barrios, Cristian Cabalin
Issue 46 (September 2012) The human-machine integration: the feasible and the conceivable in real science and science fiction Abstract
Santiago Koval
Issue 46 (September 2012) Abnormal Maternities. Reproduction in Science Fiction Films of the Nineties Abstract
Lidia Meras
Monographic: Audiovisual 2.0 (February 2012) A case study in transmedia reception: Fan communities on Facebook and social topics in the brazilian telenovela Passione Abstract  PDF
Maria Immacolata Vassallo de Lopes
Monographic: Audiovisual 2.0 (February 2012) True Advertising Blood: spreading fictional universes Abstract
Raúl Rodríguez Ferrándiz
Monographic: Audiovisual 2.0 (February 2012) Tensions of serial narrative in the new media system Abstract
Rosa Álvarez Berciano
Issue 43 (September 2011) Modalities, uses and presence of fiction as a creative resource in radio advertising Abstract
Núria Arcos Foix, Juan José Perona Páez
Issue 40 (December 2010) Young people and television fiction: representations and effects Abstract
Charo Lacalle
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