quarta-feira, 12 de julho de 2017

Public Communication Journal- Call for Papers, June2018 Issue

Public Communication is a scientific journal that publishes papers, critical notes and book reviews in all areas of communication (e.g. marketing, advertising, media, public relations, multimedia, journalism, cultural industries, visual cultures). The School of Communication and Media Studies promotes this editorial project which has a multidisciplinary nature thus accepting proposals from various scientific fields such as Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophy, Economics, Psychology, Statistics among others. This journal may accept papers previously published in other languages, but they should have never been published in Portuguese before. There is a double blind refereeing process before publication http://cp.revues.org/85?lang=pt. The call for papers is permanently open. For the Public Communication Journal, vol. 13, Issue 24 (June 2018), papers should be submitted until December 30th, to the e-mail cpublica@escs.ipl.pt



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The journal accepts articles in English, Spanish or Portuguese. They should be written in the Microsoft Word and include an abstract of 900 characters with 5 keywords. There should be an English version (if they are not in English), and the author’s identification (institution, position, contact details and area of specialization). The full paper including references, attachments, spaces, notes, pictures, images, etc. should not exceed 50.000 characters; individual notes and book reviews should not exceed 10 000 characters. https://www.escs.ipl.pt/en/investigation/public-communication/call-for-pappers

Public Communication is indexed in the following databases: Revues.org, DOAJ, Latindex, Capes (classification B2),

terça-feira, 4 de julho de 2017

New Paper: MetaCommunication as Second Order Communication



MetaCommunication as Second Order Communication in KOME Journal- an International Journal of Pure Communication Inquiry


“Metacommunication as Second Order Communication”, KOME − An International Journal of Pure Communication Inquiry, Volume 5 Issue 1, 2017, p. 80-90. DOI: 10.17646/KOME.2017.15





Abstract:

 By giving full emphasis to the impossibility of not to communicate, the first axiom of communication stresses how communication is an event not subject to cessation. It is this never-ending characteristic that impels us to the need to ponder on metacommunication as “communication about communication”. By taking a  philosophically informed and pragmatic stance, this paper deals with the concept of “metacommunication” and tries to incorporate it in the theory of communication. It posits communication is a multilevel dialectical happening in which metacommunication presents itself a kind of second order communication. The paper describes communication as an ad infinitum  process in which every communication supposes always more communication. Metacommunication is the answer to the relationship level of communication and that’s why we postulate metacommunication as a re-communicating communication.




You may also be interested in : “There is no outside of communication -Metacommunication at the light of Derrida’s graphematic structure of communication” In Marcos, Ml, Babo, MA, Santos R. (org.), Jacques Derrida, CECL/Unileya, 2015, ISBN: 9789899850347




sexta-feira, 30 de junho de 2017

New Paper: The development of portuguese journalistic discourse- case study on regional madeira press in early 20th century



A new paper on the History of Portuguese Press and Regional Press History has just been released: The development of portuguese journalistic discourse- case study on regional madeira press in early 20th century in Comunicação Pública Journal.



Abstract:

European reluctance to adopt the Anglo-American discursive standard of journalism had for consequence that the incorporation of the new journalistic discourse had different rates of implementation reflecting distinct evolutions.
In this paper, we contribute to a historical and comparative study of the Portuguese journalistic discourse through the case study of two Madeira’s regional newspapers in the second decade of the 20th century - Diário de Notícias (Madeira) and Diário da Madeira - by the time of the bombing of Funchal in 1916 and 1917 by German submarines during World War I. Fundamentally, the study is about a genealogy of the discursive practices of regional and insular Portuguese journalism.
The paper concludes that, although Madeira’s journalism manifest, in small notes, this influence, the basic principles of the Anglo-American discursive pattern of journalism were not completely developed. Objectivity, inverted pyramid and neutral journalistic voice seem not to be yet key elements of journalistic discourse at the time of the bombings of Funchal. Instead, in the newspapers tends to predominate a kind of discourse close to that characteristic of an opinion press.





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Source: http://bmfunchal.blogs.sapo.pt/4423.html

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Samuel Mateus, « O desenvolvimento do discurso jornalístico em Portugal - Estudo de caso da imprensa regional madeirense de inícios do séc. XX », Comunicação Pública[Online], Vol.12 nº 22 | 2017, posto online no dia 30 Junho 2017.

URL : http://cp.revues.org/1398




terça-feira, 20 de junho de 2017

Could an Image be an Argument? - 400 views!!

In less than a year "Can the Image be an Argument?" has been accessed more than 400 times in the journal's site (FAMECOS) alone!

Thank you for reading it.

And do not forget to email me!


Abstract:
In societies like ours with a strong visual culture, it is urgent to question the legitimacy of extending the classical and rational notion of “argument”, to nonlinguistic or non-discursive fields, as is the case of visual phenomena. 
Contributing to the lusophonedebate about the argumentative potential of  images, this article argues that although not all images have an argumentative form, it does not necessarily leads us to
assume that no argument can be presented in a visual form. Admitting the verbalist perspective on visual arguments, according to which visual arguments have a discursive nature, the paper stresses the importance of visual propositions to the reason-giving process that characterizes argumentation. The analysis of a cartoon and the isolation of its visual propositions provides the opportunity to demonstrate how, in everyday life, we can observe how a visual argument works.

Keywords: Visual Rhetoric. Argumentation Theory. Communication.

The Paper on Visual Rhetorics  can be read (in portuguese)  here.


Source: MATOS, Rodrigo. Futesmola. Jornal Expresso, 25 nov. 2013. Disponível em: <http:// www.publico.pt/culturaipsilon/noticia/cartoonista-rodrigo-de-matos-venceugrande-premio-press-cartoon-europe-1623649>



Bibliographical Reference:

“Pode uma Imagem ser um Argumento?”, FAMECOS, v. 23, n. 2, 2016 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15448/1980-3729.2016.2.21445

terça-feira, 13 de junho de 2017

Empedocles: European Journal for the Philosophy of Communication

Number 8 of Empedocles: European Journal for the Philosophy of Communication has just been released and you can read one of my papers there: A communicational matrix to the imaginary: Looking into the media imaginary.


https://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Article,id=23955/




Abstract:

Phenomenology, Sociology, Hermeneutics and Psychoanalysis have accumulated different methods and knowledge on the imaginary. Nevertheless, the crucial connection between the social imagining and communication has not always been truly examined. In this article, we take the imaginary (seen as a symbolic thought of images) and communication (seen as a process of symbolic reproduction) as correlated notions, and work upon a communicational matrix of the imaginary. We emphasize three key elements of the imaginary: by pointing to the verbal-iconic, technical and mediatized dimensions we will be paying special attention to the media imaginary and the effects of its commemorative logic to the propagation of public imaginaries.

quinta-feira, 11 de maio de 2017

Rhetoric Discourse and the Communicative Dialogical Mind Conference





Rhetoric Discourse and the Communicative Dialogical Mind International Conference will be held in Lisbon University, next June.

Focusing on wide-raging domain of rhetoric communication, the conference addresses past and present issues ranging from Aristotelian Rhetoric to cognitive-oriented linguistic approaches. It is argued that our communicative minds operate beyond cool reason by mixing up semantic domains in multimodal frames both in mass and networked communication. Metaphor use in specialist and popularized discourse contexts must also be accounted for in view of the pervasiveness of imaginative processes in terminology coinage in different areas of expertise.



I hope to see some of you there.

Communication Studies Journal (Labcom)

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I recommend you regularly consult "Communication Studies" Journal. It published quality papers with a diversity of methodological approaches and a variety of subjects. A great resource to any researcher in communication.

"Communication Studies" is intended to include various approaches, methodologies and lines of research, defining itself as a journal of Communication Sciences with an interdisciplinary profile and open to a plurality of methods".

"The main guidelines of the Journal editorial policy are oriented to the concepts of "citizenship" and "participation", understood from a communicational point of view, involving processes and devices of knowledge circulation and opinion formation in the political field in general, and in specific areas of public policy such as health, education, science culture, public opinion, gender and identity".

Some of my papers:

"A brief history of Public Opinion" (2008)
http://www.ec.ubi.pt/ec/04/html/05-Samuel_Mateus-A_estrela__de__cadente.html


"The Ambivalence of Public Opinion in GWF Hegel" (2014)
http://www.ec.ubi.pt/ec/17/