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Group research publications


Book chapters

  • Sapiña, L., Lafita, Í., & Domínguez, M. (2022). Cry Wolf! A historical chronicle of COVID-19 through Spanish cartoons. In A. Cortijo Ocaña, & V. Martines (Ed.), Handbook of research on historical pandemic analysis and the social implications of COVID-19, pp. 255–273. IGI Global. http://doi:10.4018/978-1-7998-7987-9.ch019
  • Sapiña, L., & Domínguez, M. (2021). El humor como estrategia de comunicación en jóvenes adultos con cáncer: un análisis de caso en Instagram. En J. L. Terrón Blanco, C. Peñafiel, D. Catalán, & M. Ramos Rodríguez (Eds.), Comunicación y promoción de la salud en la era digital. Dykinson.
  • Domínguez, M. (2021). De Plinio el Viejo a la infodemia moderna: la comunicación científica en los tiempos de COVID-19. En J. L.Terrón Blanco, C. Peñafiel, D. Catalán, & Ramos Rodríguez, M. Comunicación y promoción de la salud en la era digital, pp. 7-14.
  • Domínguez, M. (2020). Disentangling metaphoric communication. The origin, evolution and extinction of metpahors. In L. Hidalgo-Downing, & B. Kraljevic Mujic, Performing metaphoric creativity across modes and contexts, 175–196. John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Domínguez, M., & Pina, T. (2020). Aging through cartoons: The unbearable lightness. In V. Salvador, & A. Sampietro, Understanding the discourse of aging: A multifaceted perspective, pp. 307–324. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Domínguez, M., & Sapiña, L. (2020). Giving meaning to illness and death. End-of-life approaches in online stories by adolescents and Young adults with cancer. In V. Salvador, A. Kotátková, & I. Clemente, Discourses on the edges of life, 68–83. John Benjamins. 
  • Domínguez, M., & Sapiña, L. (2016). Cancer metaphors in sport news: The match that must be won. In P. Ordóñez-López, & N. Edo-Marzá, Medical discourse in professional, academic and popular settings, pp. 149–172. Multilingual Matters.