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Networks, society and polis: epistemological approaches on mediatization

Networks, society, and polis: epistemological approaches on mediatization

Jairo Ferreira, Pedro Gilberto Gomes, Antônio Fausto Neto, José Luiz Braga e Ana Paula da Rosa (organizadores)
Networks, society, and polis: epistemological approaches on mediatization

This book is one of the results of the II International Seminar on Research on Mediatization and Social Processes. In its second edition, we had the support of Capes and Fapergs.

The II International Seminar on Research on Mediatization and Social Processes had a program developed at two levels: Debate Tables, with invited researchers (five tables, with the participation of researchers from Sweden (1), Russia (1), Portugal (1), Argentina (1), and Brazil (6). In the second level, the Working Groups (WGs), abstracts were submitted and selected in the following proportion of participants: 21% of professors-researchers; 33% doctors and doctoral students; 33% masters and master’s degree students; 13% graduate and undergraduate students linked to scientific research and / or with research results in TCC (Completion of course work). In the first seminar, in 2016, there were submissions by 250 authors and 217 expanded abstracts, of which about 188 works were selected. In both events, half of the participants are from universities in other states (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Minas Gerais, mainly).

Networks, society, and polis: epistemological approaches on mediatization

This book is one of the results of the II International Seminar on Research on Mediatization and Social Processes. In its second edition, we had the support of Capes and Fapergs.

The II International Seminar on Research on Mediatization and Social Processes had a program developed at two levels: Debate Tables, with invited researchers (five tables, with the participation of researchers from Sweden (1), Russia (1), Portugal (1), Argentina (1), and Brazil (6). In the second level, the Working Groups (WGs), abstracts were submitted and selected in the following proportion of participants: 21% of professors-researchers; 33% doctors and doctoral students; 33% masters and master’s degree students; 13% graduate and undergraduate students linked to scientific research and / or with research results in TCC (Completion of course work). In the first seminar, in 2016, there were submissions by 250 authors and 217 expanded abstracts, of which about 188 works were selected. In both events, half of the participants are from universities in other states (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Minas Gerais, mainly).

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