Artículos publicados Artículos publicados

Oliva, M., Pérez-Latorre, Ó., & Besalú, R. (2021). ‘In the end you adapt to anything’: Responses to narratives of resilience and entrepreneurship in post-recession Spain. European Journal of Cultural Studies. August 22 2021. Epub ahead of print:

Jorge, A., Oliva, M., & Aguiar L. M. (2021). Offshoring & leaking: Cristiano Ronaldo’s tax evasion, and celebrity in neoliberal times. Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture, 19(3), 178-192.

Salvadó, A., Oliva, M., & Tedesco, B. (2021). From the handshake to the kiss: Visual motifs of affect in representations of politics in the Spanish press. Communication & Society, 34(2), 247-261.

Salvadó, A., Oliva, M., & Pintor, I. (2020). The screen that sees all: The visual motif of the control room in contemporary fiction.  L’Atalante: Revista de Estudios Cinematográficos, (30), 167-181.

Oliva, M. (2020). From the literary field to reality TV: The perils of downward celebrity migration. European Journal of Cultural Studies23(1), 18-34.

Oliva, M., & Pérez-Latorre, Ó. (2020). ‘Celebrities also suffer from the economic crisis’: Broke celebrities and neoliberal narratives from Spain’s Great Recession. Celebrity Studies11(2), 237-256.

Oliva, M. (2019). The political relevance of ‘almost trivial-looking things’: An interview with Theo van Leeuwen. Comparative Cinema7(12), 69–90.

Pérez-Latorre, Ó., & Oliva, M. (2019). Video games, dystopia, and neoliberalism: The case of BioShock Infinite. Games and Culture14(7-8), 781-800.

Besalú, R., Oliva, M., & Pérez-Latorre, Ó. (2018). Framing Sálvame: Public debates on taste, quality and television in Spain. Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, 43(2), 209–233.

Oliva, M., Pérez-Latorre, Ó., & Besalú, R. (2018). ‘Choose, collect, manage, win!’: Neoliberalism, enterprising culture and risk society in video game covers. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies24(6), 607–622.

Pérez-Latorre, Ó., Oliva, M., & Besalú, R. (2017). Videogame analysis: A social-semiotic approach. Social Semiotics, 27(5), 586-603.

Oliva, M., Pérez-Latorre, Ó., & Besalú, R. (2015). The celebrification of political candidates: Celebrity culture, electoral marketing and the construction of politicians’ public image. Arbor: Ciencia, Pensamiento y Cultura191(775), Article a270.

Oliva, M. (2014). Celebrity, class and gender in Spain: An analysis of Belén Esteban’s image. Celebrity Studies5(4), 438-454.

Pérez, Ó., Oliva, M., & Pujadas, E. (2014). The representation of political deliberation in television: A comparative analysis of informative and infotainment programmes. Observatorio (OBS*)8(2), 45-66.

Oliva, M. (2012). Fame and professional success in Operación Triunfo and Fama ¡a bailar!Comunicar20(39), 185-192.

Oliva, M. (2012). Improving reality: An analysis of Spanish makeover reality television. Comunicación y SociedadXXV(1), 189-216.

Oliva, M. (2012). Under pressure: An analysis of the ‘real’ effect in reality television. Comunicació: Revista de recerca i d’anàlisi29(1), 25-44.

Scolari, C.A., Fernández de Azcárate, S., Garín, M., Guerrero, M., Jimenez, M., Martos, A., Obradors, M., Oliva, M., Pérez, Ó., & Pujadas, E. (2012). Narrativas transmediáticas, convergencia audiovisual y nuevas estrategias de comunicación [Transmedia storytelling, audio-visual convergence and new communication strategies]. Quaderns del CACXV(1), 75-85.

Oliva, M., Besalú, R., & Ciaurriz, F. (2009). ‘Más grande, más rápido, mejor’: La representación de la Historia universal en Civilization IV [‘Bigger, faster, better’: The portrayal of history in Civilisation IV]. Comunicación: Revista Internacional de Comunicación Audiovisual, Publicidad y Estudios Culturales1(7), 62-79.

Pérez, Ó., Oliva, M., Guerrero, F., & Ciaurriz, F. (2008). Playing at scientists: Video games and the dissemination of science. Quaderns del CAC30, 27-36.

Pujadas, E., & Oliva, M. (2007). Evaluating the diversity of television programming. Quaderns del CAC28, 87-98.

Oliva, M. (2006). Overview of audiovisual communication literacy. Quaderns del CAC25, 29-40.