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Journals

 

Pragmalingüística

 

 Pragmalingüística journal is the first national journal of pragmatics. It is published annually and edited both in paper and electronically on the website of the University of Cádiz Press as well as on the Repositorio Español de Ciencia y Tecnología (RECYT). 

 

 

The journal was founded in 1993 by the Research Group “Estudios de Pragmalingüística”, made up of members from the Department of English and French Philology of the University of Cadiz, whose promoter and director is Professor José Luis Guijarro Morales.

 

 

Since 1995, the journal has been jointly edited by the groups “Estudios de Pragmalingüística” and “Semaínein” of the Department of Philology of the aforementioned university.

 

 

Pragmalingüística aims to the dissemination of integrated studies in the research areas of linguistics, both theoretical and applied, pragmatics, cognition, and discourse. The magazine has the purpose of disseminating the latest theoretical and methodological approaches developed in these fields.

 

 

This publication, edited by the University of Cadiz Press, is aimed at researchers and professionals interested in the advances of linguistics, pragmatics, cognition and discourse.

 

 

This journal has been accredited by the Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología, FECYT, in the IV Convocatoria de Evaluación de la Calidad Editorial y Científica de las Revistas Científicas Españolas de 2013. It was also awarded with the FECYT Quality Seal which guarantees editorial and scientific quality, in Madrid, on 15th July 2014.

 

 

Commons

 

Commons is a biannual specialized electronic journal in the field of Communication, open to contributions from the international scientific community and edited by the research group Comunicación y Ciudadanía Digital of the University of Cádiz.

 

 

Commons. Revista de Comunicación y Ciudadanía Digital has as its main editorial line a conception of communication that includes the common, compromising the public and the political discourses.

 

 

From this point of view, Commons will particularly focus on the technopolitical dimension of today’s communicative processes in their diverse manifestations.

 

 

This publication will include articles that address some of the main lines of the research group that drives this initiative: Social Advertising and the Third Audiovisual Sector; Communication for Development and Social Change; Digital Artistic Practices and Social Thought; Communication Rights.