Juan S. Larrosa-Fuentes
Department: Media & Communication
Annenberg Hall, Room 344

Biography

Juan Larrosa is a Mexican scholar who concentrates on the study and research of communication. Currently, he is studying mass and network communication systems from cultural, economic and political dimensions. Along different disciplines and theoretical approaches, Larrosa’s work deals with topics such as digital journalism, political communication, the political economy of media and culture, media observatories, and social movements.

Education

Degree

Field

School

Master

Communication

University of Guadalajara

Bachelor

Communication Sciences

ITESO University

Publications

Type

Title

Co-Authors

Publisher

Location

Year

Misc.

Book Chapter

A Critique of the Mexican Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legal System from a Local Perspective

ITESO

Mexico

2015

Journal Article

Twitter’s Messages During a Governor Election: Abundance of One-Way, Top-Down and Auto-Referential Communications and Scarcity of Public Dialogue

Global Media Journal México

Mexico

2014

https://goo.gl/oIKCPp

Journal Article

Public Decisions without Public Dialogues: Case Study of the Via Express in Guadalajara’s Newspapers

Acosta, R., & Paláu Cardona, M. S.

Comunicacion y Sociedad

Mexico

2014

http://goo.gl/hzE8oF

Book Chapter

Changes in the Political Economy of Journalism: Pre-industrial, Industrial, and Post-Industrial Newspapers

University of Guadalajara

Mexico

2014

http://goo.gl/7AZtaJ

Book

Manual for Media Observation

Paláu Cardona, M. S.

ITESO

Mexico

2014

http://goo.gl/7bCyFJ

Book

Report on the Media and Right to Information in Jalisco, 2012. Analysis of the political communication system during the local campaigns

Paláu Cardona, M. S.

ITESO

Mexico

2013

http://goo.gl/hGaarn

Book Chapter

Dispersal and Decentralization of a Local Communication Network: A Proposal to Strengthen the Development of Public Opinion in Mexico

CESOP

Mexico

2012

https://goo.gl/Pc5gZ

Novel

The Räda Lounge Nights

Tierra Adentro

Mexico

2007

http://goo.gl/X9vEsr

Lectures/Conferences

Title

Date

Fighting Against an Authoritarian Past: The Journalistic Commemoration of Guadalajara’s April 22 Explosions. Presented at the NCA 101st Annual Convention, Las Vegas: National Communication Association.

2015

Twitter’s Messages During a Governor Election: Abundance of One-Way, Top-Down and Auto-Referential Communications and Scarcity of Public Dialogue. Presented at The 65th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico: International Communication Association.

2015

The Myth of Chapo Guzmán within Narcocorridos: Chief of an Army without a State. Presented at the Graduate Research Forum, Philadelphia: School of Media and Communication of Temple University.

2015

Fighting Against an Authoritarian Past: The Journalistic Commemoration of Guadalajara’s April 22 Explosions. Presented at the 2015 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference, New York: New York University.

2015

Awards

Title

Type of Award

Date

Fulbright Grant for Postgraduate Studies

Grant

2013–2016

National Scholarship for Doctoral Degree Studies (CONACYT, Mexico)

Scholarship

2013–2017

Temple University Tuition Award

Award

2013–2016

Social Research and Public Opinion National Award, 2011

Honorable Mention

2011

National Scholarship for Master’s Degree Studies (CONACYT, Mexico)

Scholarship

2010–2012

Honorable Mention for Academic Excellence in obtaining the Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences

Honorable Mention

2003