International Conference on Media Diversity and Pluralism – NOVA FCSH, 28 and 29 September 2018

In an increasingly complex and polarized world, rethinking the issues of diversity and pluralism in the media is fundamental. We are in the “post-truth” era, there are obvious risks of misinformation, of withdrawal of young people from political and civic participation, and risks of cultural homogenization. Many cultural expressions are poorly represented in the media. On the other hand, diversity is part of our national and European patrimony which means that its representation in the media is extremely important, particularly in audiovisual media, as it is important to show the plurality of voices that shape the world we live in.

To debate these huge issues, the ICNOVA – NOVA Communication Institute and the CIC.Digital from NOVA FCSH, decided to organize an International Conference, appealing, as of now, to a strong participation of the community in this event, especially the academic and scientific community.

— Communications proposals:

The organization invites the scientific and academic community to submit communication proposals for the Conference until June 15, 2018 to the following e-mail address: icnova@fcsh.unl.pt. The answers will be given by the end of June, when the Conference Program will be defined.

— Conference Proceedings

The Conference Scientific Commission will make a selection from the presented communications and will publish them until the end of 2018. For that reason, it is necessary that all the participants send their papers, according to the APA standards, for the e-mail address icnova@fcsh.unl.pt, until the conference date.

— Organization:

ICNOVA – NOVA Institute of Communication
CIC.Digital – NOVA FCSH
Communication Sciences Department of NOVA FCSH

Local: NOVA FCSH, September 28th and 29th, 2018

— Scientific Commission:

Rui Cádima, Carla Baptista, Marisa Torres da Silva, Luís Oliveira Martins, Isabel Ferin, Estrela Serrano, Arons de Carvalho, Anabela Sousa Lopes, Carla Martins and Cláudia Álvares.

— Organizing Committee:

Patrícia Contreiras, Joana Fernandes, Raquel Lourenço, Patrícia Ascensão e Natália Manso

PROGRAM

September 28th, 2018 – Diversity, Media and Public Service
Aud. 1,  Tower B, Floor 1

9h30 – Opening

10h00 – Opening Conference – Media and Diversity
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Myria Georgiou (Department of Media and Communications – London School of Economics and Political Science)

11h00 – F. Rui Cádima, Carla Baptista, Marisa Torres da Silva & Luís Oliveira Martins (Presentation of the conclusions of DIVinTV project – Public television and cultural diversity in Portugal)

14h30 – Parallel Sessions 
Session 1 – Media, Diversity and Pluralism
Aud. 1,  Tower B, Floor 1
Chair: Luís Bonixe and Rita Curvelo

Cláudia Galhardi & Maria Cecília de Souza Minayo (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz: Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública – ENSP): Análise das produções mediáticas: Apontamentos em detrimento à promoção da diversidade cultural na oferta de programação da TV brasileira face à audiência infanto-juvenil

Élmano Ricarte (Phd Student in Communication Sciences, Universidade Católica Portuguesa): O Mundo Mediatizado das Marchas Populares de Lisboa

Inês Branco (Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Coimbra e Instituto Politécnico de Leiria): Média e Integração de Imigrantes

Isabel Garcez (FLUL): Democracia da criação e democratização da receção: a importância da diversidade de linguagens artísticas nas indústrias culturais e criativas

Luís Bonixe (IPP e ICNOVA): Os direitos dos animais nas notícias – as vozes e as temáticas de um debate público

Maria João Cunha (ISCSP): Media e Deficiência

Mateus Moisés Gonçalves Pereira (SENAC-SP): Dialogias da (in)diferença cotidiana na serie Merlí: aproximações entre imaginário trágico, diversidade e educação.

Rita Curvelo (Phd Student in Communication Science, NOVA FCSH): Rádio Musical Privada em Portugal e Espanha: que diversidade na promoção da cultura?

Session 2 – Media, Diversity and Pluralism
T5,  Tower B, Floor 2
Chair: Sónia Lamy and Patrícia Ascensão

Ester Amaral de Paula Minga (Phd Student in Communication Science FCSH/ICNOVA): A metonimização da imigrante brasileira nas reportagens sobre prostituição

Juliana Alcantara: (Mast Student : Vamos brincar de índio? Análise da representação indígena no Carnaval de rua pelos média brasileiros

Kamila Fernandes (Phd Student in Communication Science UM/CECS): Favelados e cidadãos: o discurso audiovisual dos media alternativos sobre as favelas

Marina Magalhães & Roberta Matias Simões (Investigadora do ICNOVA  and Phd Student ISCTE): Pluralismo nos media: as vozes da web no telejornalismo da TVI 24

Patrícia Ascensão (Phd Student in Communication Science/ICNOVA/NOVA FCSH): As “vozes” na informação noticiosa e o pluralismo no serviço público de televisão através da análise dos protagonistas das notícias no “Telejornal” da RTP

Raquel Lourenço & Joana Fernandes (ICNOVA/NOVA FCSH): Televisão pública, sociedade e pluralidade de expressões culturais.

Sónia Lamy (Instituto Politécnico de Portalegre/ICNOVA): Caminhos para uma maior diversidade nos média – Ecos da sociedade civil organizada nas notícias

Susana Barros (Phd Student in Communication Science ISCTE-IUL): Quando a novidade política assusta os media – a formação da “geringonça” nos jornais

September 29th, 2018: Media Pluralism
Aud. 1,  Tower B, Floor 1

10h00 – Presentation of the final results of MPM – Media Pluralism Monitor – Portugal 2017/18 (ICNOVA Team)

10h30 – Presentation of the results of MPM – Media Pluralism Monitor – Europe 2017/18 (CMPF/EUI)

11h00 – Debate

11h45 – Enrique Bustamante (Universidade Complutense de Madrid). Media, Diversity and Pluralism.

12h30 – Closing Session

 

Support:

FCT, FCSH, ICNOVA, CIC.Digital, CMPF/EUI

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