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Issue 45 “Communicating in an Ageing World” is out!

45  Comunicar 45 “Communicating in an Ageing World” has been recently published. The Journal has also  a monographic section and a wide variety of items in its miscellaneous section. All articles are available full text and free of charge on our official website.

01 Uses and Gratifications of Computers in South African Elderly PeopleTanja Bosch, Ciudad del Cabo (South Africa) | Bronwyn Currin, Ciudad del Cabo (South Africa)

02 Use, Consumption and Knowledge of New Technologies by Elderly People in France, United Kingdom and Spain Cristina González, Castellón (Spain) | Carlos Fanjul, Castellón (Spain) | Francisco Cabezuelo, Valladolid (Spain)

03 Internet and the Elderly: Enhancing Active Ageing Carmen Llorente, Madrid (Spain) | Mónica Viñarás, Madrid (Spain) | María Sánchez, Madrid (Spain)

04 Active Ageing and Access to Technology: An Evolving Empirical Study Raquel Casado, Burgos (Spain) | Fernando Lezcano, Burgos (Spain) | María José Rodríguez, Salamanca (Spain)

05 New Elders, Old Divides: ICTs, Inequalities and Well Being amongst Young Elderly Italians Fausto Colombo, Milán (Italy) | Piermarco Aroldi, Milán (Italy) | Simone Carlo, Milán (Italy)

06 From Digital Divide to Psycho-digital Divide: Elders and Online Social Networks Begoña Peral, Sevilla (Spain) | Jorge Arenas, Sevilla (Spain) | Ángel Francisco Villarejo, Sevilla (Spain)

07 A Mobile Augmented Reality Assistive Technology for the Elderly Rafael Saracchini, Burgos (Spain) | Carlos Catalina, Burgos (Spain) | Luca Bordoni, Ancona (Italy)

08 EyeTracker Technology in Elderly People: How Integrated Television Content is Paid Attention to and Processed Elena Añaños, Barcelona (Spain)

09 Design Patterns to Enhance Accessibility and Use of Social Applications for Older Adults Huizilopoztli Luna, Zacateca (Mexico) | Ricardo Mendoza, Aguascalientes (Mexico) | Francisco Javier Álvarez, Aguascalientes (Mexico)

10 Using Technology to Connect Generations: Some Considerations of Form and Function Mariano Sánchez, Granada (Spain) | Matthew Kaplan, State College (United States) | Leah Bradley, Rockville (United States)

11 The framework of Media Education and Media Criticism in the Contemporary World: The opinion of International Experts Alexander Fedorov, Rostov (Russian Federation) | Anastasia Levitskaya, Taganrog (Russian Federation)

12 University Teaching with Digital Technologies Carlos Marcelo, Sevilla (Spain) | Carmen Yot, Sevilla (Spain) | Cristina Mayor, Sevilla (Spain)

13 Mexican Children and American Cartoons: Foreign References in Animation Elia Margarita Cornelio, Villahermosa (Mexico)

14 ICT Leadership in Higher Education: A Multiple Case Study in Colombia Gary Cifuentes, Bogotá (Colombia) | Ruben Vanderlinde, Gantes (Belgium)

15 Spanish Journalists and the Loss of News Quality: Professional Judgements Josep Lluis Gómez, Valencia (Spain) | Juan Francisco Gutiérrez, Málaga (Spain) | Dolors Palau, Valencia (Spain)

16 Primary Teachers’ Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge Rosabel Roig, Alicante (Spain) | Santiago Mengual, Valencia (Spain) | Patricia Quinto, Indianápolis (United States)

17 ICT Use and Parental Mediation Perceived by Chilean Children Llarela Berríos, Santiago (Chile) | María Rosa Buxarrais, Barcelona (Spain) | María Soledad Garcés, Santiago (Chile)

18 Children’s Exposure to Advertising on Games Sites in Brazil and Spain Daniel Marti, Vigo (Spain) | Pâmela Saunders, Ceará (Brazil)

19 Telecommunication Industry Contributions to Child Online Protection Mónica Recalde, Pamplona (Spain) | Charo Sádaba, Pamplona (Spain) | Elena Gutiérrez, Pamplona (Spain)

20 Information Literacy Grade of Secondary School Teachers in Spain – Beliefs and Self-Perceptions Juan Francisco Álvarez, Tarragona (Spain) | Mercè Gisbert, Tarragona (Spain)