Alfonso Ollero Gavín

Alfonso Ollero Gavín
University of Zaragoza | UNIZAR · Department of English and German

Master of Education


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I have a Bachelor degree in English Studies and a Master's degree in Education, and I am currently working as a teacher in high school. My PhD work (programme in English Studies at the University of Zaragoza) will support the research goals of the Genres and Languages team. My main research interests are genre analysis and multimodality. I aim to understand digital genres of science.


Publications (2)
Technical Report
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DIGITAL SCIENCE ACTION GROUP (D_SCI) is a multidisciplinary research group of researchers in the fields of computation and physics of complex systems, biomedic al and health sciences, data science, applied linguists, and specialists in languages for specific purposes, academic writing, digital literacy development and science journalism. It s aim i...
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La aparición del fenómeno “Trap” en España parece haber desmontado los supuestos de la creación textual y audiovisual tanto a nivel de forma como de contenido. La subversión que el movimiento hace de las condiciones socioculturales y materiales de la industria musical tiene su reflejo en la creación literaria que los artistas trap mercantilizan hoy...



Project (1)
Web 2.0 has brought about dramatic changes in the transmission and dissemination of science, facilitating the communication between scientists and also with non-specialized audiences. Digital affordances facilitate the emergence of hybrid genres and the combination of genres to form complex generic assemblages (genre sets, genre systems and genre ecologies) to communicate science to diversified audiences. In this context, this project seeks to respond to the problematization of the traditional concept of genre and explore the use of genre repertoires to communicate science openly on the Internet. Our purpose is to identify the intertextual relationships in the new combinations of genres afforded by the digital environments, paying special attention to processes of generic innovation through the use of multimodal elements, and processes of generic hybridization, and appropriation of non-scientific discourses. You can visit our website for more information: