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Exchange seminar: “Privacy terms and conditions for activism in Angola: the 15+2 case”The next Exchange seminar will be attended by Joana Bárbara Fonseca, from the Center for Portuguese Literature at the University of Coimbra. “Privacy terms and conditions for activism in Angola: the 15 + 2 case”, will take place on the 9th of July, at 2:30 pm. It will be carried out remotely and transmitted in real-time using the Zoom platform.
CECS researchers study media coverage of Covid-1992% of Portuguese journalists assume that they tried to guide citizens towards behavior during the state of emergency, which may have contributed to the successful control of the Covid-19 pandemic in Portugal. These are the results, still preliminary, of a survey carried out by a group of researchers from the Communication and Society Research Centre of the University of Minho and CINTESIS, applied to 200 journalists, health journalists, editors, coordinators and directors of the media.
Researcher of the AUDIRE project exhibits at MAATExtinction calls is a sound installation that appeals to listening as a way of reconnecting with the environment. Promoting sound encounters with extinct and critically endangered bird species, this production is a proposal to recover the enchantment of bird communication. It premiered at MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology), in Lisbon, on June 10, and can be heard until January 2021.
UPDATE | “Children, youth and media” | ECREA 2020 Pre-conference call"Children, youth and media" is the theme of one of the pre-conferences of ECREA 2020. With a new indefinite date, this event will take the form of a workshop on ethics and children's rights in the digital age and is organized by ECREA Children, Youth and Media section.
Research scholarship for PhD studentIs open a call for a scholarship for a Ph.D. student under the Multiannual Funding of the Communication and Society Research Centre 2020-2023 (programmatic funding, reference UIDP / 00736/2020), financed by FCT/MCTES through national funds (PIDDAC). The call is open from June 18 to July 2, 2020.
Research scholarship for PhD studentIs open a call for a scholarship for a Ph.D. student under the Multiannual Funding of the Communication and Society Research Centre 2020-2023 (programmatic funding, reference UIDP/00736/2020), financed by FCT/MCTES through national funds (PIDDAC).
New CECS publication: “Sustainability and decarbonisation: practical challenges”Sustainability and decarbonisation: practical challenges is the title of the most recent book published by CECS, in the Series Territories and Communities.
Call for papers of Comunicação e Sociedade journal | Vol. 39 | Who cares? Digital platforms, sharing and regulation in connected economiesThis thematic volume aims to approach and critically understand the varied interfaces of this economy based on the emergence of digital platforms, considering the scope and scale that such models have contracted in the daily life world. It is interesting to discover, for example, how international regulatory frameworks have systematised and are dealing with the platform operations, and what strategies are being developed by users either to resist and/or to benefit from them. And yet, what are the resilience and sustainability strategies that their users have used to co-exist with such platforms?
CECS Talks with Patricia SchroederPatricia Schroeder is the guest of the next CECS Talks on "Crisis Communication in Uruguay: approaching the Latin American perspective", which will take place on July 1, at 6:30 pm.
Conference postponed to 2021 | Call for Papers: PhD programme in Communication Studies’ final conferenceThis conference aims to go beyond them and discuss communication practices that can reinvigorate democratic politics. Against a background of systemic problems that are producing various forms of unsustainability, as well as of widespread discourses promoting progressive transformative change in current societies, important questions arise for communication scholars and other social scientists: How are digital media being used towards structural – and democratic – change? What signs can we find of significant engagement with the politics of transformation? How can our disciplines contribute to these debates and developments?
Provas de doutoramento de Larissa SchöglThe PhD exams in Communication Sciences by Larissa Schögl will take place on July 3rd, at 3 pm. The thesis, supervised by Nelson Zagalo and Daniel Brandão, has the title “The cinematic narrative poetics and the representation of the family in Walt Disney Pictures films, from animation to live action”.
Martin John Dale: new PhD in Communication SciencesThe Ph.D. viva in Communication Sciences, by Martin John Dale, took place on June 25, 2020, at 2:30 pm. The thesis, supervised by Moisés de Lemos Martins and Nelson Zagalo, has the title “The Dream Machine: moving beyond the dichotomy between genre and auteur cinema”.
Sónia Silva: new Ph.D. in Communication Studies: Technology, Culture and SocietyThe Ph.D. viva in Communication Studies: Technology, Culture and Society, by Sónia Silva, took place on June 22, 2020, at 2:30 pm.
Simone Petrella: new PhD in Communication SciencesThe Ph.D. viva in Communication Sciences, by Simone Petrella, took place on June 8, 2020, at 2:30 pm. The thesis, supervised by Sara Pereira and Manuel Pinto, has the title “Media literacy and intergenerational communication. Study of exchanges and shares in the ‘meeting’ between distant generations”.