Critical Communication. CRITICC
Inés Crosas Remón and Pilar Medina-Bravo publish a paper on cyber violence in Papers, journal of sociology
Laura Fernández and Núria Almiron at Rethinking Animality Conference
Alexey Chistyakov, María T. Soto-Sanfiel, Takeo Igarashi, Daisuke Sakamoto and Jordi Carrabina publish a paper in El profesional de la información
CritiCC Research Group co-organises the 6th International EACAS Conference "Rethinking Revolution: Nonhuman animals, antispeciesism and power"
MA in International Studies on Media, Power and Difference
UPF - Centre for Animal Ethics
CRITICC is a research group in communication from a multidisciplinary perspective. Drawing on a critical approach to communication and media studies, we analyze the processes of communication ranging from interpersonal communication to hegemonic narratives in society, from a historical and structural approach. We address power relations as a cross-sectional phenomenon of communicative practices. The influence processes of interest groups are a good example of how communication is managed strategically to achieve and maintain power. The different research lines of CRITICC draw from this critical approach to examine diverse communicative phenomena.