Official master's degree in Media, Communication and Culture

Analysis and understanding of the interaction between communication, society and culture in a world of constant change

Teaching staff Official Master's Degree in Media, Communication and Culture

Course coordinator

Maria Corominas Piulats
email: coordinacio.master.mitjans@uab.cat

List of teachers

Teacher Area Category Research
Carrillo Perez, Nereida Periodisme Professor Associat Laboral Research
Chillon Asensio, Lluis Albert Periodisme Prof Titulars d'Universitat Research
Corominas Piulats, Maria Periodisme Prof Titulars d'Universitat Research
Díez Jiménez, Mercedes Periodisme Agregat/da Contractat Doctor/a Research
Ferre Pavia, Maria del Carme Periodisme Prof Titulars d'Universitat Research
Gallego Ayala, Juana Periodisme Prof Titulars d'Universitat Research
Garde Cano, Cristina Periodisme Professor Associat Laboral Research
Gayà Morlà, Catalina Periodisme Professor Lector/ajudant Doctor/a Research
Giro Marti, Xavier Periodisme Prof Titulars d'Universitat
Marin Otto, Enric Periodisme Prof Titulars d'Universitat Research
Reales Guisado, Lluis Periodisme Professor Associat Laboral Research
Soriano Clemente, Jaume Periodisme Prof Titulars d'Universitat Research
Vidal Castell, David Periodisme Prof Titulars d'Universitat Research

Teaching staff

The dual orientation of the Master's degree in Media, Communication and Culture - towards professional practice and towards research - is guaranteed by a team of PhDs with wide experience in the academic world, in journalism and in political and cultural management, working together to offer a comprehensive vision of the importance and the impact of communication in today's world.

Lecturers

Rosario de Mateo (professor emeritus)
Professor at the UAB since 1994 and lecturer at the UAB since 1978. Economist and doctor in communication studies, her main area of work is the economy of communication. She has given lectures on media management, economics of communication and business communication. She is member of the EuroMedia Research Group, an international group dedicated to the comparative study of media systems and communication policies in Europe.

María Dolores Montero
María Dolores Montero has been a tenured lecturer at the UAB since1991. She has lectured on political communication, communication reception and public opinion, and communication theories. Her main lines of research are political communication, communication and cultural studies, and innovations in journalism and communication theories.

Juana Gallego
Joana Gallego Ayala has been a tenured lecturer at the UAB since 1989. Her main line of research is gender and communication. In 2001, she won first prize in Mass Communication, awarded to her by the Audiovisual Council of Catalonia.

Joan Manuel Tresserras
Tenured lecturer of the UAB Department of Media, Communication and Culture. Expert in history of communication, cultural industries and mass culture. He also has worked and lectured in cultural management, political communication, communication policies and media analysis. He was member of the Audiovisual Council of Catalonia and Minister for Culture for the Government of Catalonia.

Albert Chillón
Tenured lecturer at the UAB since 1991, his main lines of research are the study of communication in the media from an anthropological and philosophical viewpoint, and the comparative study of relations between literary cultures and media cultures, including journalism. He has written several works, including 'Literatura y periodismo. Una tradición de relaciones promiscuas' (1999) and 'La literatura de fets' (1993), in additional to the novel 'El horizonte ayer' (2009).

Xavier Giró
Tenured lecturer of Political Journalism since 2001 and co-coordinator of the UAB master 'La comunicació dels conflictes internacionals i socials'. Giró earned his PhD in Information Sciences by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and he was awarded for his thesis "Análisis Crítico del Discurso sobre nacionalismo e identidad en la prensa diaria" with the XIII Prize in Research into Mass Communication by the Audiovisual Council of Catalonia. He has given several lectures abroad and was head of politics of the newspaper Diari de Barcelona, head of news of the TV channel Antena3-Catalunya and editor-in-chief of the journal El viejo topo.

Carme Ferré
Tenured lecturer of the Department of Media, Communication and Culture at the UAB. Director of the research group in communication and social responsibility Comress-Incom UAB. Her lines of research are history of communication, communication and social responsibility, political communication, publishing, journals and style guides.

David Vidal
Tenured lecturer at the UAB. He specialised in the study of journalism genres and writing from the perspective of hybrid narrative of fiction and non-fiction, as well as epistemological reflections applied to journalism. He directed the project MèdiaQuiosc at the arts centre of Santa Mònica in Barcelona. He wrote the book 'La entrevista en radio, televisión y prensa', published by Cátedra. In 2003, his essay 'El malson de Chandos' won the XV Prize in Research into Mass Communication by the Audiovisual Council of Catalonia, and in 2006 he won the Lleida Prize in Narrative for his documentary novel 'La fulla a punt de caure'.

Jaume Soriano
Tenured lecturer at the UAB since 2008. His main line of research is epistemology and research methodology in communication, although he is also working on the ethnography of communication and on media and sociology in the journalism profession.

Lluís Reales
Associate Professor in the Department of Media, Communication and Culture since 2004. Director and co-host of the Terrícoles program, at betevé (from September 2013 to 2019). Director and presenter of Deuwatts, Breathe, and Einstein programs on the beach. Director and co-screenwriter, with Albert García Espuche, of the documentary Barcelona 1700: the city of Born, by betebé. Winner of the Ecolicat Journalistic Award 2017 for the Terrícoles program, Winner of the ATLL water journalism award (2017) for the Deuwatts program. Winner, with Joana Díaz, of the 2019 Montserrat Roig journalistic research award.

Mercè Díez
Associate Professor in the Department of Media, Communication and Culture since 2018. Member of the Research Group on Communication Structure and Policies Daniel Jones. Specialized in the field of communication structure and the social use of information and communication technologies. Member of the project entitled "Impact of public funding on the economy of private media companies. Subsidies and institutional advertising. Analysis of the Spanish case (2008-2020) ”(National R&D Plan).