Special Issue "Communication for the Digital Media Age"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2024 | Viewed by 14094
Interests: health communication; open innovation; tourism communication; communication and social media; influencers on social media; institutional communication; stakeholder engagement
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Interests: communication; Social Media; Journalism; entrepreneurial journalism; business models
Interests: health communication; social media; public relations; happiness management; entrepreneurship; data mining and bibliometric analysis
In the Digital Media Age characteristic of the 21st century, an in-depth analysis of communication actions carried out through these channels is worthwhile. Aspects related to the planning of communication strategies, evaluation of the current situation, analysis of proposals and original initiatives to improve citizen welfare from different fields of knowledge are valued as necessary. There are numerous studies related to static descriptions of the present panorama, generally critical of the systems implemented in different entities, and there is little research that offers novel trends that lead to greater efficiency in communicative actions. Communication in the age of digital media is advocated as a fundamental tool in unique historical and social moments such as the economic and social recovery after the global pandemic caused by the coronavirus as well as the current global war scenario. With the potential demonstrated by digital media, this Special Issue welcomes the submission of studies aimed at improving the environment through communication and in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals promoted by the 2030 Agenda. As main lines of work derived from the main theme, Communication for the Digital Media Age, the following stand out: health communication; female entrepreneurship (female startups); women’s leadership; communication, data mining and tourism; happiness management and communication; quality of life and citizen improvement; environmental management; fake news, disinformation and misinformation; and the influence of political, technological, economic and social changes on communication.
Prof. Dr. Carlos de las Heras-Pedrosa
Prof. Dr. Francisco Javier Paniagua-Rojano
Dr. Dolores Rando-Cueto
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- fake news
- happiness management