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    Inês Amaral. Lisboa & Coimbra, Portugal

    [pt.] Professora Auxiliar @ UAL e ISMT. Investigadora em Ciências da Comunicação @ CECS - UMinho.
    UAL: Coordenadora Científica da Licenciatura em Ciências da Comunicação e do Mestrado em Comunicação Aplicada. Coordenadora Erasmus do Departamento de Ciências da Comunicação, Membro da Comissão Científica do Departamento de Ciências da Comunicação, Coordenadora da plataforma multimédia UALMedia
    ISMT: Coordenadora Científica da Licenciatura em Multimédia, Coordenadora Científica das Pós-Graduações em Audiovisuais e Multimédia, Social Media Marketing e Multimédia e Análise de Redes Sociais e Media Sociais, Co-coordenadora do Gabinete de Projetos e Inovação, Vice-Presidente do Conselho Científico
    Interesses de investigação: cibercultura, novos media, media sociais, redes sociais, movimentos sociais, lusofonia, literacia mediática, inclusão digital e envelhecimento activo.
    Doutorada em Ciências da Comunicação - especialidade em Media Interactivos (UMinho).
    Membro das associações SOPCOM, INSNA, IAMCR, ECREA, CEDAR, ACM, SSRN, CSS.
    Membro da COST Action FP1104 New Possibilities for Print Media and Packaging – combining print with digital
    Membro da COST ACTION IS1402 - Ageism from a Multi-National, Interdisciplinary Perspective
    Membro da COST Action CA15122 Reducing Old-Age Social Exclusion: Collaborations in Research and Policy – MC Substitute

    [en.] Assistant Professor @ UAL and ISMT. Researcher in Communication Sciences @ CECS - UMinho
    UAL: Scientific Coordinator of the Degree in Communication Sciences and of the MSc in Applied Communication. Erasmus Coordinator of the Department of Communication Sciences, Member of the Scientific Committee of the Department of Communication Sciences, Editor-in-chief of UALMedia
    ISMT: Scientific Coordinator of the Degree in Multimedia, Scientific Coordinator of the postgraduate studies in Audiovisuals and Multimedia, Social Media Marketing and Multimedia, Social Network Analysis and Social Media, Co-coordinator of the Office of Projects and Innovation, Vice-President of the Scientific Council
    Research interests: cyberculture, new media, social media, social networks, social movements, lusophony, media literacy, digital inclusion and active ageing.
    PhD in Communication Sciences - Interactive Media (UMinho).
    Member of SOPCOM,INSNA, IAMCR, ECREA, CEDAR, ACM, SSRN, CSS.
    Member of the COST Action FP1104 New Possibilities for Print Media and Packaging – combining print with digital
    Member of the COST Action IS1402 - Ageism from a Multi-National, Interdisciplinary Perspective
    Member of the COST Action CA15122 Reducing Old-Age Social Exclusion: Collaborations in Research and Policy – MC Substitute

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    Book: Interaction Design in the Cyberjournalism Sphere

    email: inesamaral at gmail dot com

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    CANDIDATURAS À PÓS-GRADUAÇÃO EM ANÁLISE DE REDES SOCIAIS E MEDIA SOCIAIS DO ISMT Candidaturas Abertas! Mais informações aqui.

    NOVO PLANO DE ESTUDOS DO MESTRADO EM COMUNICAÇÃO APLICADA DA UNIVERSIDADE AUTÓNOMA DE LISBOA
    CALL FOR PAPERS: Audiences 2030: Imagining a future for audiences - DEADLINE: 30th MARCH.
    At a time of political and socio-cultural flux in Europe, Audiences 2030 brings together researchers taking diverse approaches to researching audiences, to ask what needs (re)doing in the ways in which we research audiences, the ways in with we mobilise theory, and the extent to which we think of future challenges to a rapidly changing field. Audiences 2030 is the end-of-project conference for CEDAR – the Consortium on Emerging Directions in Audience Research (funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council) and will see a highlight plenary from CEDAR launch the outcomes of its unique foresight exercise about the future of audience research in 2030. The conference will see keynote speeches from Sonia Livingstone, Martin Barker, Thomas Tufte and Klaus Bruhn Jensen. In our call for papers we are particularly keen to see a futuristic outlook – whatever project we speak from, we would like to see it contextualised in contemporary complexities (intellectual, socio-cultural, political), and geared towards future challenges. Topics in our CFP include but are not restricted to –
    EU politics, democracy and media audiences
    Audiences’ new literacies, capabilities and coping strategies with digital media
    Contemporary political complexities and audience studies
    Digital interfaces and their implications for ‘audience’ studies
    Speaking to stakeholders in audience research
    Race, class, gender and religion in audience studies
    Youthful audiences
    Invisible, marginalised and under researched audiences
    Social action, movements and audiences
    Co-option of audience labour
    Audiences, media regulation and media policy
    New forms of media engagement
    The role of texts in contemporary audience research
    Cross-media audiences
    Methodological and theoretical innovations

    For each of this (or indeed, other topics), we particularly welcome papers thinking about the future, including socio-political challenges, anticipated technological changes and implications for research. Our conference also includes a workshop or PhD students co-hosted by YECREA.