dr. (Deborah) D. Castro Marino

Lecturer Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
M 8-48
Telephone
+31 10 4081100
Email
castromarino@eshcc.eur.nl

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Deborah Castro is a lecturer at the Department of Media and Communication at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her main research interests lie in the fields of audience and television studies.

Deborah received her doctorate in Communication at Autonomous University of Barcelona (awarded
cum laude) in 2015 sponsored by the Spanish Government. During her Ph.D., she was a researcher with the Ibero-American Observatory of Television Fiction, and participated in several funded research projects with the Observatory of Spanish Television Fiction and New Technologies.

In 2014, she was a Visiting Scholar at the Department of Radio-Television-Film, The University of Texas at Austin. She moved to Portugal in 2016 as a Post-Doctoral…

Deborah Castro is a lecturer at the Department of Media and Communication at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her main research interests lie in the fields of audience and television studies.

Deborah received her doctorate in Communication at Autonomous University of Barcelona (awarded
cum laude) in 2015 sponsored by the Spanish Government. During her Ph.D., she was a researcher with the Ibero-American Observatory of Television Fiction, and participated in several funded research projects with the Observatory of Spanish Television Fiction and New Technologies.

In 2014, she was a Visiting Scholar at the Department of Radio-Television-Film, The University of Texas at Austin. She moved to Portugal in 2016 as a Post-Doctoral researcher at Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute. There, she designed and coordinated a project at the junction of human computer interaction and media studies, focusing on the exploration of the binge-watching experience. She was also a Visiting Assistant Professor at University of Madeira (2017-2018) where she taught master’s students of Interactive Media Design.

Her work has been presented at several international venues, such as the annual conferences of the
International Communication Association and the Society for Cinema and Media Studies. Her
research has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as El Profesional de la Información (2016), Revista Latina de Comunicación Social (2018) and International Journal of Communication (2018).

      • C. Lacalle & D. Castro Marino (2018). Self-identity disclosure in TV Fandom. Analysing the comments posted by Spanish female fans and community managers. Revista Latina de Comunicación Social, 73, 1-18.
      • D. Castro Marino (2018). Social Audiences and the Narrative World: Analysis of the Fans and Community Managers’ Comments about Television Fiction and Webseries. Palabra Clave, 21 (1), 86-110.
      • D. Castro Marino & J. Straubhaar (2018). Social issues & television scripted fiction. An exploration of fans’ feedback in Spain. International Journal of Communication (online), 3368-3389.[go to publisher's site]
      • C. Lacalle & D. Castro Marino (2017). Representations of female sexuality in Spanish television. Convergencia. Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 75, 45-64.
      • C. Lacalle & D. Castro Marino (2016). The promotion of Spanish scripted television on the Internet: analyzing broadcast-related websites' content and social audience. El Profesional de la Información, 25 (2), 246-253.
      • C. Lacalle, D. Castro Marino & M. Sánchez (2016). Spain: Innovation and tradition. In (Re)Invention of TV Fiction Genres and Formats. Obitel Yearbook 2016. Porto Alegre: Sulina-Globo Comunicação
      • C. Lacalle, D. Castro Marino & M. Sánchez (2015). Spain: The internationalization of fiction. In Gender Relations in Television Fiction. Obitel Yearbook 2015. Porto Alegre: Sulina-Globo Comunicação
      • C. Lacalle, D. Castro Marino & M. Sánchez (2014). Spain: The boom of fiction set in the pas. In Transmedia Production Strategies in Television Fiction. Obitel Yearbook 2014. Porto Alegre: Sulina-Globo Comunicação
      • C. Lacalle, D. Castro Marino & M. Sánchez (2013). Primi passi incerti: la Spagna. In Tutta un’altra fiction. La serialità pay in Italia e nel mondo. Roma: Carocci Editore
      • N. Correia, D. Castro Marino & A. Tanaka (2017). The role of live visuals in audience understanding of electronic music performances. In In Proceedings of the 12th International Audio Mostly Conference on Augmented and Participatory Sound and Music Experiences. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
      • C. Silva, A. Bettencourt, M. Dionísio, D. Castro Marino, D. Dionísio, D. Teixeira & V. Nisi (2017). Há-Vita: a participatory platform about Madeira’s nature and culture. In Proceedings of 5th IFIP Conference on Sustainable Internet and ICT for Sustainability. IEEE Xplore and IFIP Digital Libraries
      • D. Castro Marino (2018). The binge-watching experience: An interdisciplinary approach for studying viewers' motivations, engagement and mood swings. 7th European Communication Conference "Centres and Peripheries: Communication, Research, Translation": Lugano, Switzerland.
      • D. Castro Marino (2018). 'How many times do you have sex per week?'. Representation of sexuality between couples in the Spanish adaptation of Un gars, une fille. International Conference Transnational Television Drama: Aarhus, Denmark.
      • D. Castro Marino & L. Duarte (2018). Can new media habits survive economic downturns? The Latin American affair with Pay TV. Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference: Toronto, Canada.
      • D. Castro Marino & V. Nisi (2017). The role of the settings in the narrative experience. Analyzing the social audience and TV-induced tourism generated by Spanish TV scripted fiction. IV Colóquio, Média e Cognição: Covilhã, Portugal.
      • J. Straubhaar & D. Castro Marino (2017). The development of TV audiences over time in Brazil: A generational portrait of television usage in lower-middle class families. International Communication Association, Pre-Conference: "Audiences? The familiar unknown of communication historiography: San Diego, USA..
      • D. Castro Marino (2017). B-WATCH. An interdisciplinary approach toward binge-watching. Trans TV: London, United Kingdom.
      • C. Lacalle & D. Castro Marino (2016). Television fiction & identity disclosure. Analyzing the comments posted by female fans and community managers. 4th International Conference Digital Media & Electronic Communication: Le Havre, France..
      • D. Castro Marino (2016). Fans and Series Finales: Analyzing Internet Users’ Discourse. Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference: Atlanta, USA.
  • Media and Communication Theory

    Title
    Media and Communication Theory
    Year
    2018
    Period
    TERM 1
    Year level
    Pre-master (Media & Creative Industries), Pre-master (Media & Journalistiek), BA-2 (Algemene Cultuurwetenschappen), Minor (Minor Media, Culture and Society), Pre-master (Media & Business), BA-2 (International Bachelor Communication and Media), Pre-master (Media, Culture & Society)

    Workshop 1: Academic Skills

    Title
    Workshop 1: Academic Skills
    Year
    2018
    Period
    TERM 1
    Year level
    BA-1 (International Bachelor Communication and Media), Pre-master (Media & Creative Industries), Pre-master (Media & Journalistiek), Pre-master (Media, Culture & Society), Pre-master (Media & Business)

    Qual. Methods in Media and Comm.

    Title
    Qual. Methods in Media and Comm.
    Year
    2018
    Period
    TERM 2
    Year level
    BA-2 (International Bachelor Communication and Media), Pre-master (Media & Business), Pre-master (Media, Culture & Society), Pre-master (Media & Creative Industries), Pre-master (Media & Journalistiek)

    New Media Production

    Title
    New Media Production
    Year
    2018
    Period
    TERM 2
    Year level
    BA-2 (International Bachelor Communication and Media)

    Methods of Media Research I (MCI)

    Title
    Methods of Media Research I (MCI)
    Year
    2018
    Period
    TERM 1
    Year level
    MA (Media & Creative Industries)

    Master Class

    Title
    Master Class
    Year
    2018
    Period
    TERM 1
    Year level
    MA (Media & Creative Industries), MA (Media & Journalistiek), MA (Media, Culture & Society), MA (Media & Business)

    Master's Thesis

    Title
    Master's Thesis
    Year
    2018
    Period
    TERM 4
    Year level
    MA (Media & Creative Industries), MA (Media & Journalistiek), MA (Media, Culture & Society), MA (Media & Business)
  • Lecturer

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of Media and Communication
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 10 4081100

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam