Manuel Alejandro Guerrero Martínez
Manuel Alejandro Guerrero holds a Ph.D. in Political and Social Science from the European University Institute, in Florence, and an M.Phil. in Latin American Studies from the University of Cambridge, UK. His research has been focused on the three areas: the role of the media in new democracies; the role of reception and appropriation of media content for civic and political participation; and political content analysis.
He actually coordinates a research group on the project "Public Connection in Mexico" focusing on daily-life meanings and practices of citizenship. And another group on "Cultural Indicators of Violence in Mexican TV" along with the Annenberg School of Communication (USC).
Some of his most recent publications are:
- Manuel Alejandro Guerrero, “Media literate prodiences: binding the knot of news content and news production in an open society”, en Paul Mihailidis (ed). News Literacy: Global Perspectives for the Newsroom and the Classroom, Peter Lang Publishing, 2012.
-Manuel Alejandro Guerrero y Marco Arellano, Campañas negativas en 2006: ¿Cómo afectaron el voto?, México: UIA-IBOPE-UNESCO, 2012.