Grande-de-Prado, Mario: "Quantitative review of articles about comic & education in ibero-america." In: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics (2021), S. 1–15.
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Keywords: Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Comics research, Didactics, Mexico, Spain (country)
Collection: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics
This paper reviews articles in educational journals about comics and education in Ibero-American journals. Time-lapse analysis covers the years 2010–2019. Scientific journals of the educational field included in the virtual repository Dialnet are taken as reference. The data search is confined to the field of Psychology and Education. The terms used for the search have been'comic', in journals with full text included in Latindex. The aim is to explore state of the art, paying attention to four issues: years, journals, countries and themes. The results show a higher quantity of articles published in Spain; these articles being the best positioned in the categories CIRC and CARHUS + 2014. Contributions from Spain, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil and Chile have been analyzed in all the languages found (Spanish, Portuguese and Galician). Most of the production is in the years 2010 and 2017. About the journals, the dispersion is remarkable, finding only five journals that contribute more than one. On the developed topics, they stand out: language, social and natural knowledge and other learnings. To conclude, this review can serve as a basis for deepening this issue within the Ibero-American environment and make comparisons between countries.
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