The Journal of Latin American Communication Research (JLACR) is a six-monthly peer-reviewed scholarly journal, published by the Latin American Association of Communication Researchers (ALAIC) and its partners in the region. The main focus of the journal is to analyze and promote the studies that are being held about communication processes in Latin America. In this sense, the journal includes general topics of media and mass communication, as well as interpersonal and digital communication, seen from different disciplines. JLACR accepts mainly original articles derived from social research, and other proposals like theoretical disquisitions, literature reviews and analysis of previous research.
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Vol 3, No 1 (2013): Social Networking and Activism
Journal of Latin American Communication Research - 2013