Congresso da IAMCR em Estocolmo

Uma das razões para o abrandamento dos posts neste blogue prende-se com a participação na conferência anual da IAMCR (International Association of Media and Communication Research) que decorre até sexta-feira na Universidade de Estocolmo, em torno do tema “Media and Global Divides“.

O grupo de investigadores da Universidade do Minho apresentou ou vai presentar as comunicações seguintes:

  • Timeliness as News Value: Looking at 50 years of concept and practice on Portuguese TV (Manuel Pinto, Helena Sousa, Felisbela Lopes, Madalena Oliveira)
  • Journalists: to license or not to license … (Joaquim Fidalgo)
  • Recent Changes in Journalism Education: the Portuguese case (Sandra Marinho)
  • Madeleine McCann: the greatest story of public opinion seduction (Madalena Oliveira)
  • The professional and the amateur – remarks on the changing nature of the journalistic field (Manuel Pinto)
  • Television for Children: the Child’s View (Sara Pereira)
  • When Women are the news: the journalistic speech on the International Women’s Day (Carla Cerqueira)
  • The politics of viewing: A discursive understanding of the gaze in women’s ads (Zara Pinto-Coelho & Silvana Mota-Ribeiro)
  • Reading the world: Examining foreign news in the Portuguese Public Service TV News Bulletin
    (Helena Sousa, Felisbela Lopes, Manuel Pinto, Madalena Oliveira)
  • Children’s Television: from regulation to practice – a study of Portuguese terrestrial channels (Sara Pereira, Manuel Pinto)
  • Media and Education for Health: Do Media Reports on Modern Diseases Contribute to Lessen Global Divides? (Felisbela Lopes, Madalena Oliveira and Paulo Nossa)
  • Reading postcards-pictures: examining local identities in global media (Madalena Oliveira e Moisés Martins)
  • The contingencies of news production and the mediatization of climate change (Anabela Carvalho, Eulália Pereira e Rosa Cabecinhas)
  • Analysis of city scape in ruins (Helena Pires)
  • Media representationsof children – elements in analysis (Sara Pereira, Paula Cristina Martins e Rui Ramos)

Outras comunicações de portugueses no programa desta conferência:

  • Generational gaps in internet use in Portugal at home and at school: implications for media literacy (Cristina Ponte)
  • Better Not Spoken: Eros and Thanatos in Some European Forbidden Ads (Anabela Gradim)
  • The Portuguese Media System and the Transformation to Democracy (Joel Frederico da Silveira)
  • Readership and Participation: Letters-to-the-Editor in a Portuguese Free Daily (Marisa Torres da Silva)
  • Who Framed Sócrates and how? Blog and the press colliding with the Prime Minister (Rui Alexandre Novais)
  • Politics in the age of YouTube: digital communication strategies in presidential elections in the US and parliamentary elections in Italy and Spain (Ricardo Pinto)
  • Media and sport: history, heroes and “footballization” (Francisco Pinheiro)
  • Towards a New Paradigm of Mediated Communication: Gen-M and Virtual Communities (Anabela Gradim)
  • Citizens on the web? The Internet and the Promotion of Democratic Practices (Susana Salgado).
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