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Karen Arriaza Ibarra, professeure invitée de l’Université Complutense de Madrid (Espagne)

du 4 novembre et 2 décembre 2019



Petite bio … Karen Arriaza Ibarra


KAREN ARRIAZA IBARRA is Professor in Audiovisual Communication at the Faculty of Information Sciences in Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain. Her work focuses on the structure of public and private media, journalism, political communication, and comparative analysis of the media across the world.

Her recent publications include the book “Public Service Media in Europe: A Comparative Approach” (Routledge, 2015), and journal articles such as “Commemoration and the Expression of Political Identity” (Tourism Management, 2018), “Public Service Media Under Pressure: Comparing Government Policies in Spain and Sweden” (Javnost – The Public 2015), and “The Situation of National and Regional Public Television in Spain: Public Media at the Crossroads (Nordicom Review 2013). She is currently Chair (2016-2020) of the ‘International Communication’ Section of the IAMCR (International Association for Media Communication and Research) and is the Director of the Research Group “The Nordic Model and Culture of the Information Society”.

She has been a visiting fellow at the University of Perugia in Italy (2014 and 2018); also at Linnaeus (2014), Mittuniversitetet (2012 and 2019) and Stockholm (2016) Universities in Sweden; Vrije University Brussel (2014); Friedrich Alexander University-Erlangen (2013) and Jade Hochschule (2011) in Germany, and Communication University of China (2018). She speaks Spanish (mother tongue), English, French, and is currently learning the advanced level of Swedish.

Prof. Dr. Karen Arriaza Ibarra
Faculty of Information Sciences, 3rd Floor
Department of Applied Communication Sciences (DACS)
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
28040 Spain

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