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EDUCOMUNICACIÓN DIGITAL Y NARRATIVA DIGITAL

Curso 2019/2020/Subject's code23301631

EDUCOMUNICACIÓN DIGITAL Y NARRATIVA DIGITAL

EQUIPO DOCENTE

COLABORADORES DOCENTES EXTERNOS

Name/Surname DAVID GARCÍA MARÍN
Email dgarciamarin@invi.uned.es

BRIEF CV OF EXTERNAL TEACHER

Highest level of training achieved
DOCTORADO
Current professional situation

David García-Marín is a professor of Journalism at Carlos III University, where he teaches Media Theory in the degrees in Journalism and Cultural Studies. Moreover, he participates in diverse masters in digital communication, new pedagogies, and transmedia journalism at UNED (Spain) as a teacher in Digital Storytelling, Transmedia News, and Digital Interfaces. In addition, he is the coordinating teacher of final projects in these master programs.

He acquired experience in education management being in charge of several courses on digital media, education, fake news and post-truth at UNED, where he got a PhD in Sociology and Communication with a research on transpodcast (transmedia podcasting). His research areas are podcasting studies and digital audio, participation in digital media, media theory, post-truth and fake news, transmedia and digital journalism.

Relevant experience for the taught teaching (publications, trajectory, projects ...)

Among other studies, David García-Marín took part in the research project on “Transliteracy. Transmedia skills and informal strategies of teenagers´ learning”.

He belongs to the PASEET Research Group (Carlos III University), focused on journalism and social analysis, evolution, strategies and trends. His researches have been published in various languages by top-ranked journals (JCR and Scopus) on communication. He is author and coordinator of several books focused on the current perspectives about communication, and the challenge of disinformation in our society.

Recent papers and books:

-García-Marín, D. and Aparici, R. (2020). Domesticated voices and false participation: Anatomy of interaction on transmedia podcasting”.Comunicar, 63.

-García-Marín, D. (2020). “Mapping the factors that determine engagement in podcasting: design from the users and podcasters´ experience”. Communication & Society, 34(1).

-García-Marín, D. (accepted for publication in 2020). “Transpodast universe. Narrative models and independent community”. Historia y Comunicación social.

-Aparici,R., García-Marín, D., Rincón-Manzano,L. (2019). “Noticias falsas, bulos y trending topics. Anatomía y estrategias de la desinformación en el conflicto catalán”. El profesional de la información, 28 (3).

-Aparici, R., García-Marín, D. y Díaz-Delgado, N. (2019): “Vampires on the Web. The exploitation of youth culture”. Revista Latina de Comunicación Social, 74, pp. 197-213.

-García-Marín, D. (2019). “La radio en pijama. Origen, evolución y ecosistema del podcasting español”. Estudios sobre el Mensaje Periodístico, 25 (1), pp. 181-196.

-Aparici, R. y García-Marín, D. (coord.) (2019). La posverdad. Una cartografía de los
medios, las redes y la política.Barcelona: Gedisa.

-Aparici, R. y García-Marín, D. (2018). “Prosumers and emirecs: Analysis of two confronted theories”. Comunicar, 55, pp. 71-79.

-García-Marín, D. y Aparici,R. (2018). “Nueva comunicación sonora. Cartografía, gramática y narrativa transmedia del podcasting”. El profesional de la información, 27 (5), pp. 1071-1081.

-Aparici, R. y García-Marín, D. (2017). Comunicar y educar en el mundo que viene. Barcelona: Gedisa