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Ph.D. Researchers

Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science (UFPR)
PhD in Communication Studies (UFBA)
Productivity Research Fellow (CNPq)

Projects:
Digital transparency in the case of the Brazilian state: theory, methodology, and practical devices
Editorial journalism in comparative perspective

      

Associate Professor in the Department of Language and Communication (UTFPR)
Professor and Researcher at the Post-Graduate Program of Planning and Public Governance (UTFPR)
PhD in Communication Studies (UFMG)

Projects:
 Government communication dilemmas: Conflicts between propaganda and public interest
Digital Democracy and Government Communication on Social Media
Political communication and digital transparency in the Brazilian case: An assessment on multidimensional factors influencing the effectiveness of public control

      

Assistant Professor at the Federal University of Maranhão (UFMA)
Ph.D. in Politics (UFPR)
M.Sc. in Communication (UFC)

Projects:
 Online communication and parliamentary openness: Information, transparency, and participation in Brazilian Parliaments’ online tools.
 Online information flows and electoral behavior: Political campaigns through WhatsApp, profile of voters and voting decision.

  

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (University of Oxford)
Ph.D. in Political Science (UFPR)

Projects:
Trust in News Project

    

Assistant Professor in the Department of Language and Communication (UTFPR)
PhD in Communication Studies (UFMG)

Projects:
 Emotions, argumentation and interactions on deliberative practice: learning deliberation in public schools for conflicts resolution and citizenship development.

  

Ph.D. in Political Science (UFPR)
Master in Political Science (UFPR)

Projects:
 When Journalism is the target: the construction of journalistic authority by quality papers in Brazil and the U.S. during the terms of Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump.

  

Ph.D. in Political Science (UFPR)
M.Sc. in Communication (UFPR)

Projects:
 Fact-checking checkability criteria: a comparison between countries.

    

Post-doctoral Fellow (INCT-DD)
PhD in Communication and Politics (UFBA)

Projects:
 The Brazilian Federal Executive transparency: a longitudinal comparison between governments.

   

PhD in Contemporary Communication and Culture (UFBA)
Pro-Dean of Research, Postgraduate Studies and Innovation at Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Tocantins and Researcher (INCT-DD)

Projects:
 The state of digital transparency of Brazilian executive governments.

  

PhD Students

Ph.D. candidate in Political Science (UFPR)
M.Sc. in Political Science (UFPR)
Scholarship Holder (CAPES)

Projects:
 What is the public transparency proposed by national political representatives? An analysis of the legislative production presented in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies between 2003 and 2018.

  

Ph.D. Candidate in Communication (UFPR)
M.Sc. in Journalism (UEPG)

Projects:
 Transformations in journalism and conflicts with the political field.

   

Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science (Notre Dame)
M.Sc. in Political Science (Notre Dame)

Projects:
War in Words: Law, Order, and Iron Fist Politics in Brazil.

 

Ph.D. Candidate in Communication (UFPR)
M.Sc. in Communication (UFPR)

Projects:
Digital government’s platforms: A comparative study of presidential communication in Latin American countries.

   

MSc

M.Sc. in Communication (UFPR)
Bachelor’s degree in Journalism (Univali)

  

M.Sc. in Political Science (UFPR)
Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences (UFPR)

Projects:
 Brazilian pension reforms in O Estado de S. Paulo’s editorials: Positions, emphases, and parallelisms.

  

M.Sc. in Political Science (UFPR)
Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences (UFPR)

Projects:
 Digital transparency and Health: An analysis of requests for access to information between 2016 and 2021.

  

Ph.D. candidate in Journalism (UFSC)
M.Sc. in Communication (UFPR)

Projects:
The discourse on Journalism: an analysis of O Estado de S. Paulo’s editorials.

 

MSc Students

Master’s student in Communication (UFPR)

Projects:
Bolsonaro and the spread of misinformation about the Brazilian electronic voting system.

Graduate Researchers

Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences (UFPR)

  

Undergraduate Students

Social Sciences undergraduate student (UFPR)

Scientific Initiation scholarship holder (CNPq)

Researching Public and Social Policies. (UFPR)

Research activities

Hospice Care

Planetary Health

Social Sciences undergraduate student (UFPR)

Research activities:

Political Science

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