CECS researchers will actively participate in IAMCR 2017

Several CECS reseachers will be attending this years’ IAMCR conference, held in Cartagena, Colombia, from 16th to 20th July, presenting up to 10 communications.

CECS has been actively involved with IAMCR, the largest world wide association for the Communication Sciences researchers. CECs was also the organizer of the IAMCR 2010.


Full list of the scheduled communications: 

Section: Media Education Research Section

Title: Rethinking news and media literacy in the ‘post-truth’ environment

Author: Manuel Pinto


Section: Ethics of Society & Ethics of Communication

Title: Transparency as a pre-condition for ethical journalism

Author: Joaquim Fidalgo


Section: Political Communication Research Section

Title: The Portuguese Far Right on Facebook ‘ What’ Does it even exist’

Authors: Francisco Conrado; Luís António Santos; Rui Barros


Section: Participatory Communication Research Section

Title: Fighting food waste through participation and activism – a case study

Author: Sara Balonas


Section: Participatory Communication Research Section

Title: Hacking Trump: opportunity advertising as participation

Author: Ana Melo


Section: Participatory Communication Research Section

Title: Participatory challenges in Public Health Communication

Authors: Ana Melo; Sara Balonas; Teresa Ruão; Manuela Felício


Section: Public Service Media Policies Working Group

Title: Public Service of Media, Ombudsperson services and media observatories: approaches and diversities in Brazil, Portugal, and Argentina

Authors: Fernando Paulino; Madalena Oliveira; Jairo Faria


Section: Health Communication and Change & Communication and HIV/AIDS

Title: Tweeting the Zika virus: a social network analysis

Authors: Francisco Conrado; Sandra Marinho; Luís António Santos


Section: History

Title: Shadows on the screen: the construction of a female imaginary in the newsreel No-Do (Spain, 1943-1975)

Author: Jose Manuel Pelaez Ropero


Section: History

Title: A comparative history of the first two decades of online journalism in Spain and Portugal

Author: Moisés Limia

ParticipAD | Participatory Advertising – A global approach with a Latin American focus
Pre-Conference organized by Ana Melo (July 14), at Universidade Uniminuto (Bogotá) [IAMCR – PCR – Participatory Communication Research].
Communications of Sara Balonas and Ana Duarte Melo (both from CECS): “Advertising without a Code Bar: influencing the citizen” and “Advertising as a platform for Consumer-Citizen’ Participation and Citizenship”, respectively.
About IAMCR Pre-Conferences, mmore information here