Critical Communication. CRITICC
Ariadna Angulo-Brunet and María T. Soto-Sanfiel publish a paper in Communications. The European Journal of Communication Research
Núria Almiron is awarded with the prize to the Best Paper of the Sience and Environment Section at ECREA 2018
Goran Madžarevic and María T. Soto- Sanfiel publish a paper in the Journal of LGTB Youth
Laura Fernández presents her PhD work in-process in the Complutense University of Madrid
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.