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Meet our new Ph.D. candidates: Lorena Abuin, Anna Ventura, Noélia Herrero and Marta Lopera

Meet our new Ph.D. candidates: Lorena Abuin, Anna Ventura, Noélia Herrero and Marta Lopera

The research group CAS welcomes the new Ph.D. candidates: Lorena Abuin, Noélia Herrero, Anna Ventura and Marta Lopera. 

            

15.12.2017

The research group CAS welcomes four new Ph.D. candidates: Lorena Abuin, Anna Ventura, Noélia Herrero and Marta Lopera. 

Lorena Abuin's thesis proposal is titled: "Effective internal communication in power dynamics school, enterprise and government". Her Research interests are: governance, power dynamics, strategic communication, persuasion and behavioral sciences. She is currently working as an Assistant Manager Vice President at the Australian College of Kuwait. She holds a B.A. in Audiovisual Communication from Pompeu Fabra University and a MBA from the Universidad Europea de Madrid (Spain). Her Thesis is directed by Dr. Lluís Mas Manchón.

 

 

 

Anna Ventura's thesis proposal is titled:"La producción informativa sobre las mujeres refugiadas sirias en la prensa española: La triple discriminación” / "The informative production about women refugee in Spanish media: The triple discrimination.". Her Research interests are: refugees studies, youth, gender studies,interculturality and communication. She has a B.A. degree in Social and Cultural Antrophology from the Complutense University of Madrid and M.A. of Film and TV Script from the Madrid Film Institute and a M.A. in Social Communication from Pompeu Fabra University. Her Thesis is directed by Dra. Mònica Figueras Maz.

 

 

Noélia Herrero's thesis proposal is titled: "Microinfluencer. The new influencers".

 

Marta Lopera'thesis proposal is titled:" The representation of mental illness in the TV series: My Mad Fat Diary, Mr. Robot and Atypical". She is currently holding a scholarship as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the CAS research group at the Communication Department at Pompeu Fabra University. Her Research interests are: media psychology, American-British TV series, postmodern philosophy, aesthetic and audiovisual narrative, science fiction and dystopia. She has a B.A. degree in Audiovisual Communication from University of Barcelona and M.A. in Social Communication from Pompeu Fabra University. Her Thesis is co-directed by Dra. Mònika Jiménez and Dr. Manel Jiménez. 

 

 

 

 

 

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