Presenting my dissertation research at ICA 2020

Hi! Check out one of my latest presentations about the factors shaping the adherence to the Protest Parading in American protest reporting and its evolution over the past 20 years. I leave my pre-recorded presentation here, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed conducting such enlightening content analysis. The article is currently in print and will be soon available so I’m happy to hear your thoughts about it and discuss some if the insights with you.

ACOP School on Research Methods for Political Communication

Last week I attended the first Methods School organized by the Spanish Political Communication Association (ACOP). It took place from Oct.24 to Oct.27 in Calatayud, Zaragoza (Spain). Several researchers from prestigious Spanish universities such as Universidad de Salamanca or Universidad Complutense de Madrid offered 4-hour workshops on the theory and practice of the primary methods they employ in their scholarly practice:

Francisco Seoane Pérez – In-depth interviews

Juan José Igartua – Experimental designs

María Luisa Humanes – Survey research and public opinion polls

Miguel Vicente Mariño – Audience studies

Lidia Valera Ordaz – Content analysis and framing

Carlos Arcila Calderón – Big data and predictive sentiment analysis

Amazing experience where I had the opportunity to discuss my dissertation project with outstanding peers and scholars! Looking forward to the next one!