Pompeu Fabra University. Research group about Journalism

Team Members

  • Salvador AlsiuS

    Salvador Alsius has a Ph.D in Journalism as well as undergraduate degrees in Economics and Information Sciences. His main research interest is journalistic ethics. He is the head of journalism at the Pompeu Fabra University. He has divided his professional life between university teaching and working mainly as a television journalist. He has been Dean of the Catalan Journalists College. He has published widely about the Media Ethics on television.

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  • Marcel Mauri i de los Ríos

    Marcel Mauri i de los Ríos has a PhD in Journalism. He is historian, journalist and lecturer in Journalism History and Journalism Ethics at the Department of Communication at the UPF. He is also a consultant for ethics and communication law at the Open University of Catalonia. In 2007 he carried out predoctoral research at the University of Sorbonne in Paris; in 2010 he carried out postdoctoral research at Columbia University (NYC). He has published about the Media Ethics and History of Journalism.

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  • Ruth Rodríguez Martínez

    Ruth Rodríguez Martínez has a Ph.D in Journalism from the Universidad Complutense in Madrid. She works as a lecturer in the Department of Journalism at UPF and her main research interests are cultural reporting and New Media. In 2008 she carried out postdoctoral research in the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri; in 2010 she carried out postdoctoral research in Laboratoire du Communication et Politique in CNRS (Paris). She has published about Literature and Journalism and New Media.

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  • Mònica Figueras Maz

    Mónica Figueras Maz has a Ph.D in Journalism from the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) and holds undergraduate degrees in Sociology and Information Sciences from the Autonomous University in Barcelona. Since 1998, she has worked as a lecturer in the Department of Journalism and Audiovisual Communication at the UPF. Her main research interests include communication and young people and gender studies.

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  • Francesc Salgado

    Francesc Salgado has a Ph.D in journalism from the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) and an undergraduate degree in Philosophy from the University of Barcelona. He works as a journalism lecturer since 2004 at the UPF. His main research interests include the ethics of journalism and the history of journalism, particularly Franco’s dictatorship and the Spanish Transition to Democracy.

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  • Carles Singla

    Carles Singla graduated in Information Sciences from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and has a Ph.D in journalism from the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF). He works as a lecturer in journalism at UPF and he is co-director of a Master’s programme in Communication at the IDEC Institute of the UPF. He has worked as a journalist at the Catalan newspaper Avui and the Diari de Barcelona and as a contributor at the El Temps weekly magazine and the Spanish newspaper El País.

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  • Christopher Tulloch

    Christopher Tulloch has a Ph.D. in Journalism from the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, a M.A. in Japanese Studies from the University of Essex and a B.A. in English from York University. His main research interests are international journalism and global media. As a journalist, he has worked for various national and international media and has been editor for Spain and Portugal of the US-based European Press Survey.

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  • Fabiola Alcalá

    Fabiola Alcalá has a PhD in Audiovisual Communication from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, a M.A. in Creative Documentary-making from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and an undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences from the ITESO University. She is a lecturer in image theory and the history of the documentary at the UPF. Her main research interests are documentary filmmaking and journalistic ethics.

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