Sara García Santamaría

Investigadora
Correo: ssantama@uji.es
Institución: Universitat Jaume I/ Blanquerna, Universitat Ramon Llull
Especialidades: 1- Comunicación populista en redes sociales | 2- Intimización de la política | 3- Periodismo en contextos restrictivos
Trabajo: Profesora Asociada
Rol de investigación: Investigador/a
Coordinador/a de Subgrupo de Investigación: No

Sara García Santamaría es doctora en Periodismo por la Universidad de Sheffield, Reino Unido. Como investigadora, trabaja principalmente en tres áreas: populismo y redes sociales, la intimización de la política en una era posverdad y periodismo independiente en contextos restrictivos. Sara es vicepresidenta de la sección de Comunicación Política de la International Association for Media and Communication (IAMCR) y miembro del grupo de trabajo DiscourseNet. Es coeditora de los libros Media and Governance in Latin America: Towards a Plurality of Voices (Peter Lang, 2020) y Cuba’s Digital Revolution: Citizen Innovation and State Policy (University of Florida Press, 2021), y cuenta con numerosas publicaciones en libros y revistas internacionales. Sara ha sido investigadora visitante en la Universidad de Nottingham, Universidad de La Habana, la Universidad de Helsinki y la Universidad de California San Diego (UCSD).  

Publicaciones

Libros

  • Henken, Ted y García Santamaría, Sara (eds.) (2021). Cuba’s Digital Revolution: Citizen Innovation and State Policy. University Press of Florida.
  • Henken, Ted y García Santamaría, Sara (eds.) (2021). Cuba 2.0: Cómo la Revolución Tecnológica ha Cambiado la Revolución Cubana. Madrid: Editorial Hypermedia.
  • Orchard, Ximena; García Santamaría, Sara; Brambila, Julieta A. y Lugo-Ocando, Jairo (eds.) (2020). Media and Governance in Lantin America. Towards a Plurality of Voices. Peter Lang Publishing. Disponible aquí

Artículos

  • Kranert, Michael; Attolino, Paola; Berrocal, Martina; Bonatti Santos, Julio A.; García Santamaría, Sara; Henaky, Nancy; Lezou Koffi, Aimée D.; Marziani, Camilla; Mažeikienė, Viktorija; Olivera Pérez, Dasniel; Rajandran, Kumaran & Salamurović, Alexandra (2021). “Constructing Collective Identities and Solidarity in Premiers' early Speeches on Covid-19”. Humanities & Social Sciences Communications, collection on Discourse Studies: Theories and Methodologies at the Crossroads of Language and Society, en proceso de publicación.
  • García Santamaría, Sara (2021). “Politicians “Stay Home”: Left-Wing Populism and Performances of the Intimate Self on Social Media During the COVID-19 Pandemic”. Networking Knowledge, special issue ‘#TogetherApart: Hypermediatization, (Inter)subjectivity and Sociality at the Time of Pandemic’, en proceso de publicación.
  • García Santamaría, S. (2021).  “Beyond the Cuban ‘Technological Exception’: Emerging Debates in Cuban Independent Journalism. CARGC Press, University of Pennsylvania, en proceso de publicación.
  • García Santamaría, Sara (2020). “The Italian ‘Taste’: The Far-Right and the Performance of Exclusionary Populism during the 2019 European Elections”. Trípodos, en proceso de publicación.
  • Attolino, Paola; Berrocal, Martina; Bonatti Santos, Julio A.; García Santamaría, Sara; Henaky, Nancy; Kranert, Michael; Lezou Koffi, Aimée D.; Marziani, Camilla;  Mažeikienė, Viktorija; Olivera Pérez, Dasniel; Rajandran, Kumaran & Salamurović, Alexandra (2020). “COVID-19: The World and the Words. Linguistic means and discursive constructions”. DiscourseNet Collaborative Working Paper Series, v. 2, n. 9 pp. 1-10. Disponible aquí
  • García Santamaría, Sara (2019). “Alternative Journalism in Cuba: A Comparative Approach to Indirect Violence against Journalists”. Persona & Sociedad, v. 23, n. 2 pp.  113-136. Disponible aquí
  • García Santamaría, Sara (2018). “The Sovietisation of Cuban Journalism. The Impact of Foreign Economic Dependency on Media Structures in a Post-Soviet Era”. Journal of Latin American Communication Research, v. 6, n. 1-2 pp. 135-151. Disponible aquí
  • García Santamaría, Sara (2018). “Digital Media and the Promotion of Deliberative Debate in Cuba”. CARGC Press, v. 4 n. 2 pp. 1-28.

Comunicaciones

  • García Santamaría, Sara (2020). “Making Sense of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Political Communication”. AIMCR, Political Communication Section. 15 de julio, conferencia online.
  • García Santamaría, Sara (2019). “The Role of Fantasy in Journalistic Professional Resistance. A Logics Approach to Cuba”. Institute for the Advanced Study of the Americas, University of Miami. 15 de octubre, Miami (Estados Unidos).
  • García Santamaría, Sara (2018). “Digital Media and the Promotion of Deliberative Debate in Cuba”. University of Helsinki. 10 de abril, Helsinki.

Capítulos de libro

  • García Santamaría, Sara (2021). “Digital Media and the Rearticulation of Internal Dissent in Cuba”. En Henken, Ted y García Santamaría, Sara (eds). (2021). Cuba’s Digital Revolution: Citizen Innovation and State Policy. University Press of Florida. In Press.
  • García Santamaría, Sara (2021). “Posing with the People: Food Porn and the Far-Right in a Post-Truth Era”. En Contois, Emily y Kish, Xenia (eds.) (2021). You Are What You Post: Food and Instagram. Bloomsbury Academic Press.
  • García Santamaría, Sara y Salojärvi, Virpi (2020). “Diasporic Journalism in Cuba and Venezuela. Towards a Plurality of Voices”. En Orchard, Ximena; García Santamaría, Sara; Brambila, Julieta A. y Lugo-Ocando, Jairo (eds) (2020). Media and Governance in Lantin America. Towards a Plurality of Voices. Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Orchard, Ximena y García Santamaría, Sara (2020). Why Media Pluralism Matters for Democratic Governance. Orchard, Ximena; García Santamaría, Sara; Brambila, Julieta A. y Lugo-Ocando, Jairo (eds) (2020). Media and Governance in Lantin America. Towards a Plurality of Voices. Peter Lang Publishing.
  • García Santamaría, Sara (2019). “The Historical Construction of the Cuban People in Times of National Debate”. En Oller Alonso, Martín; Olivera Pérez, Dasniel y Somohano, Abel (eds.) (2019). En Cuba, Periodismo es Más (+): Transposición, Redundancia y Dinamismo Profesional. Cuadernos Artesanos de Comunicación.
  • Lugo-Ocando, Jairo y García Santamaría, Sara (2015). “Divide and Conquer: Media, Hegemony, and Polarization in Latin America”. En Zielonka, Jan (ed) (2015). Media and Politics in New Democracies: Europe in a Comparative Perspective. Oxford University Press.

Tesis doctoral 

  • García Santamaría, S. (2018). The Historical Articulation of “the People” in Revolutionary Cuba. Media Discourses of Unity in Times of National Debate (1990-2012). Published doctoral dissertation. Department of Journalism Studies, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom. Accesible en http://etheses.whiterose.ac.uk/18999/

English

Sara García Santamaría is a doctor in Journalism Studies (University of Sheffield, UK). She works as an Assistant Professor at Universitat Jaume I (Castelló, Spain) and Universitat Ramon Llull (Barcelona, Spain). Here research focuses on three areas: populism and political communication, the intimisation of politics in a post truth era and independent journalism in transitional contexts. Sara is vice-chair of the Political Communication Section at the International Association for Media and Communication (IAMCR) and member of the research team DiscourseNet. She is co-editor of Media and Governance in Latin America: Towards a Plurality of Voices (Peter Lang, 2020) and Cuba’s Digital Revolution: Citizen Innovation and State Policy (University of Florida Press, 2021), and counts with a number of publications in international peer-review books and journals. Sara has been a visiting researcher at University of Nottingham, Universidad de La Habana, la Universidad de Helsinki y la Universidad de California San Diego (UCSD).

Elementos relacionados

Publicaciones

"The Italian ‘Taste’: The Far-Right and the Performance of Exclusionary Populism During the European Elections". Tripodos, No. 49, pp. 129-149

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