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 40 (December 2010) Young people and television fiction: representations and effects Abstract
Charo Lacalle
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
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