ALAIC Congress 2018
XIV ALAIC Congress 2018
General Program of the ALAIC Congress 2018
Thematic Group Programs
Interest Group Programs
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- Historical aspects of Latin American cinema
- Image aesthetics of our Latin American cinema
- Convergence of cinema with other audiovisual means
- Intermedialities: o latin-american cinema and other arts
- Modes of production, distribution and exhibition of Latin American cinema
- Cinema and genre in Latin America
- Television Fiction, contents, genres and formats: narrative forms, imaginaries and social memory.
- Transmedia fictional narratives, characteristics and peculiarities.
- Transformations of fiction television genres from the framework of transmediation.
- Transmedia creation and re-elaboration processes.
- Transformations in the modes of consumption and articulation with daily life Fanfiction
- Promote academic exchange between researchers in the region on gender and communication
- Produce updated theoretical and methodological knowledge on the subject and in dialogue with the contexts of the region
- Generate research articulations that promote studies and exchanges of experiences between research centers, researchers and social organizations.
- Media narratives of violence against women
- History of communication from the perspective of women
- Construction of the professional field of communication: equity, gender equality and diversity
- Communication and gender policies
- Theoretical-methodological constructions of the relationship between feminism, gender and communication
- Masculinities: representations, identities and the dispute over the construction of meanings
- Gender and sexual identities in the construction of communication rights
- Audiovisual and transmedia narratives: breaking stereotypes from representation
- Feminisms and popular education: a view from communication
- Papers that present advances or results of research work.
- Reflection essays and/or theoretical proposition.
- Descriptive-evaluative systematization of concrete experiences.
- Communication products (documentaries, testimonials or photographic, cinematographic, radio, television, digital or transmedia projects).
- Recover the geo-historical-political-cultural perspective of/in communication processes.
- Reflect on the colonization/decolonization of communicational thought.
- Socialize and reflect on other agencies and narratives in communication-decoloniality processes
- Decolonization of Latin American communicational thought and communicational processes: What challenges and advances exist at the epistemological and theoretical levels; What has been the historical journey (political, philosophical, cultural) of Latin American communicational thought?
- Agents, spaces and decolonial narratives in Communication: Who are the protagonists of decolonial otherness; in what spaces and how are the decolonizing processes narrated; how decolonial thought contributes to the emergence of other narratives configured outside the modern/colonial eurocentric narrative; What practices and discourses emerge in contexts where the logic of modern/colonial power is called into question?
- Decolonizing communicational experiences: What methodologies and experiences, disruptive of the hegemonic epistemic order, have forged the construction of links and shared work between historically subalternized communities, practices and knowledge?
Franciani Bernardes Frizera: [email protected]
Edgard Rebouças: [email protected]
Maria Nazareth Bis Pirola: [email protected]
Media Observatory: human rights, policies, systems and transparency at the Nucleus of Studies in Social Movements and Practices Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo (Brazil)
The office develops from the exposition/discussion of basic concepts for the elaboration of the clam proposal, which are:
Social media: With access to the web, social networks will be formed in another environment, not cyberspace, expanding through social media (platforms available on sites that promote the constitution of these networks), Any debate can obtain a much greater scope and richness, because there is space for posting comments and new content, available to all and any member of the network, corresponding, obviously, to the privacy criteria set by the moderator or creator of the profile.
Engagement: A state of being involved, occupied, totally absorbed or engrossed in something (or seja, keeping attention), which generates the consequences of a special attraction or force of repulsion. The most engaged individuals will approach or repel a target when more value is added or subtracted from it (HIGGINS; SCHOLER, 2009 apud MARRA; DAMACENA, 2012, p. 236-7). The material is available at http://www.regeusp.com .br/files/2013.2.6.pdf
The second part of the office is intended to list the necessary elements to prepare a basic plan for monitoring newspaper content, based on models to be presented to the participants. This stage is essential to guarantee or prior knowledge of terms and structures, in view of the possibility of having participants who have not had contact with the necessary elements to prepare the plan.
Finally, for the elaboration of the plan, the participants will be asked to start from topics of interest in the context of newspaper productions, always having as a goal to be able to develop, a posteriori, or planned monitoring.
- GT 1 - Intercultural Communication and Folkcommunication
- GT 2 - Organizational Communication and Public Relations
- GT 3 - Political Communication and Media
- GT 4 - Communication and Education
- GT 5 - Communication and Health
- GT 6 - Political Economy of Communications
- GT 7 - Reception Studies
- GT 8 - Popular, Community and Citizenship Communication
- GT 9 -Theory and Methodology of Communication Research
- GT 10 - Communication, Technology and Development
- GT 11 - Communication and Sociocultural Studies
- GT 12 - Communication for Social Change
- GT 13 - Advertising Communication
- GT 14 - Speech and Communication
- GT 15 - Communication and City
- GT 16 - Studies on Journalism
- GT 17 - History of Communication
- GT 18 - Ethics, Freedom of Expression and Right to Communication
- GT 19 - Digital Communication, Networks and Processes