Carmen Rodríguez-Rodríguez is a Lecturer at the Universidade da Coruña (temporary full-time substitute teacher), she has taught at the University of Murcia and CES Felipe II (UCM) and is a lecturer-tutor at the UNED. Doctor in Sociology from the UCM (Extraordinary Prize), Master in Social Problems from the UNED and a degree in Sociology from the UCM (First National Prize for the Completion of University Studies), she has stayed in Paris and at the University of Santiago de Compostela and has enjoyed a FPU grant from the Ministry of Education and Science in the Department of Sociology V in the Faculty of Political Science and Sociology at the Complutense University of Madrid. She belongs to the research groups OSIM (Social organizations, institutions and markets) of the UDC, Visual. Researching the communication in Spain of the URJC and Sociology in Castilian Language: historical perspective of the UCM. In 2014-2015 she was a member of the research team of the project “Análisis del no uso de los medios sociales por los jóvenes de la Comunidad de Madrid: causas y consecuencias”, subsidized by the program “Ayudas a la investigación 2014” of the Reina Sofía Center on adolescence and youth, with Fernando Bermejo Acosta (URJC) as PI. In the period 2007-2009 she was a researcher in the project Conditions of employment and precarious work in workers under 35 in Spain (IP: Esteban Sánchez Moreno), subsidised by the Ministry of Education and Science and carried out by the University School of Social Work of the Complutense University of Madrid. Her interest focuses on the sociology of culture and communication, inequality, Spanish sociology and sociological theory, topics on which she has extensively published. She is currently researching social networks, cinema and society and collaborative collective action.