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CICANT researchers present ongoing works at the XIII SOPCOM Congress

The XIII Congress of SOPCOM, the Portuguese Association of Communication Sciences, was held between January 24th and 26th. Under the motto “Communication, Cultures and Communities”, the event took place at the University of Minho.

During the three days of one of the most relevant congresses at the national level, several CICANT researchers, as well as Lusófona University masters and PhD students, were present. The researchers presented the results of various ongoing investigations, including work resulting from a number of national and international projects. The presentations contributed to the discussion and joint reflection on the field of Communication Sciences.

Working groups elections

Elections for the two-year terms for the different working groups were also held during the congress. Among the coordinators and deputy coordinators elected were integrated researchers Ana Oliveira (Deputy Coordinator WG Communication and Education), Pedro Costa (Deputy Coordinator WG Intercultural Communication) and Maria José Brites (Deputy Coordinator Publics and Audiences). Alongside them, collaborator researcher Carla Martins took on the role of deputy coordinator of the Gender and Sexualities WG and research grant holder and master's student in Media and Information Literacy and Digital Citizenship Margarida Maneta took on the role of deputy coordinator of the Young Researchers WG.

Discover the list of works presented by CICANT researchers below.

Communication of obstetric violence: From strategies to news scheduling based on the experience of an association
Márcia Marat Grilo, ICNova – Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Instituto Politécnico de Portalegre
Adriana Mello Guimarães, Polytechnic Institute of Portalegre Cláudia Pacheco, Polytechnic Institute of Portalegre
Sónia Lamy, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Privacy and surveillance among families with children
Francisca Porfírio, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Ana Kubrusly, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona / Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Ana Jorge, CICANT – Lusófona University

A proposal for reading the dynamics of culture in Mozambique during late colonialism
Lurdes Macedo, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Vanessa Ribeiro, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Between the past and the future of feminist activism in Portugal: an analysis of the International Feminist Strike platform
Carla Cerqueira, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Célia Taborda, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Ana Sofia Pereira, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Ephemeral feminisms: exploring feminist uses of Instagram stories
Sofia P. Caldeira, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Feminisms in the opinion space: clues about the voices published in digital newspapers
Sónia Lamy, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Maria João Cunha, CIEG - University of Lisbon

Young people and media consumption in “news deserts” in Portugal
Margarida Maneta, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Pedro Jerónimo, LabCom – University of Beira Interior

The rise of the emotional in the face of Artificial Intelligence: future or utopia?
Pedro Costa, CICANT – Lusófona University

Unlikely heretics - processes of symbolic degradation of “Putinist” generals in the Portuguese media
Rui Pereira, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Luís Miguel Loureiro, CECS – University of Minho
Alexandra Figueira, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Young people, algorithms and digital news cultures
Maria José Brites, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Margarida Maneta, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Mariana Müller, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Immersive media and Ocean literacy: brief state of the art
Célia Quico, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Rhetoric of Technique: An Inventory of Problems
José Gomes Pinto, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

“#MeToo [arrived/arrived/died]” - Story(s) of a movement and its oblivion in times of deep media coverage in Portugal
Daniel Cardoso, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona / Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Media financing and contracts with the public sector: business models and independence of journalism
Elsa Costa e Silva, CECS – University of Minho
Alexandra Figueira, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

(Non) intersectional communication in technological activism institutions in Portugal
Micaela Cabral, Labcom – University of Beira Interior
Sónia de Sá, Labcom – University of Beira Interior
Carla Cerqueira, CICANT

Avoiding and rejecting news
Rita Figueiras, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Maria José Brites, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

YouNDigital: continuities and ruptures in news consumption by young people in Portugal
Mariana Müller, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

The sound of the radio – Effects of maturity
Jorge Bruno Ventura, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

The role of community communication in social development
Célia Gamboa da Fonseca, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Pre-adolescents, uses of the media and promotion of media skills: results of the national report of the European ASAP project
Ana Filipa Oliveira, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona Teresa Sofia Castro, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Participation discussed by children and young people: study with Portuguese students in the 6th, 9th and 12th years
Conceição Costa, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Sara Pereira, CECS – University of Minho
Margarida Toscano, School Libraries Network

The Radio’s sonosphere in contributing to the Community Integration of Migrants
Jorge Bruno Ventura, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Towards an (inter)cultural community of the Portuguese language: reflection based on the contribution of Jorge de Sena
Lurdes Macedo, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Nuno Bessa Moreira, CITCEM – Universidade Lusófona

Signs of the times: Choreographing life on TiKToK?
Teresa Sofia Castro, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Is the podcast popular among teachers?
Débora Amorim Radanovitsck, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

"But that's normal between friends and lovers" - Addressing interpersonal relationships in the classroom through media education
Ana Filipa Oliveira, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona

Creativity in the digitalization of musical events - From the stage to a digital scenario
Paula Lopes, CICANT – Universidade Lusófona
Patrícia Fragoso, Higher Institute of Management
Ana Machado, Filipe Sales Rosário Higher School of Social Communication, European University

 

  • published 17 January 2024
  • modified 01 February 2024