Submit Full Papers

Submissions of full papers for the conference proceedings

Please note that these guidelines only apply to the submission of papers to be included in our conference proceedings (online .pdf archived document, and a special issue of Tripodos, 2017).

Papers may be submitted in English, Spanish or Catalan.

Complete manuscripts must be submitted by 27 March, 2017 at the latest.

A copy in electronic format should be submitted (, using Word or similar. Any attached images should be in GIF, JPEG or TIFF format.

Papers must be preceded by an abstract in English.

All papers submitted on time and in compliance with the editorial guidelines will be included in the conference proceedings published online. The conference organizers reserve the right to limit the number of papers presented in public.

Guidelines for Papers

The document must include: name of author, academic affiliation, complete title and an abstract in English.

Page format: Din A-4.

Font: Times New Roman.

Size: 12.

Paragraph spacing: Single space.

Images: in GIF, JPEG or TIFF format.

Page limitation: The papers should not exceed 4.000 words, including abstract, notes and references. If your paper exceeds this extension, it may not be included in the proceedings.

Notes: Notes will be incorporated at the end of the text (endnotes), with font size 10.

Bibliographical references: Bibliography references will be at the end of the text. Use the ISO 690 style, examples:


MCLUHAN, Marshall. Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1964.


NOELLE-NEUMANN, Elisabeth; SCHULZ, Rüdiger. “Federal Republic of Germany: Social Experimentation with Cable and Commercial Television”. A: Becker, L.A.; Schoenbach, K. eds. Audience Responses to Media Diversification: Coping with Plenty. Hillsdale: Erlbaum, 1989, p. 167-224.


EKSTRÖM, Mats. “Politicians Interviewed on Television News”. Discourse & Society. Vol. 12 (2001), núm. 5, p. 563-584.

Web pages

Gabriel [On line]: gateway to Europe’s national libraries: online services of Europe’s national libraries. <>. [Access: 05/11/01]

HARTER, Stephen P. “The impact of electronic journals on scholary communication” [On line]. The Public-Access Computer Systems Review. Vol. 5 (1996), núm. 5. <>. [Access: 12/10/01].