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    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 Cidadania e Media Participativos Luís Francisco Pedro Jorge Ferraz de Abreu Pedro Almeida U. Aveiro, U. Porto ICPD 18.12.2009
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 #wth? #desafios # exemplos
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 #wth?
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 "I wouldn't know a twitter from a tweeter but I know it's important" Hillary Clinton
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    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 Information is the oxygen of the modern age (…) the Goliath of totalitaranism will be brought down by the David of the microchip. Ronald Reagan Junho 1989
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 It is time to stop the anarchy on the Internet. We cannot allow this great technological achievement of man to be turned into an information garbage heap. Alexander Lukashenko Agosto 2007
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 the practice of citizenship has conventionally been separated from entertainment, leisure and consumption activities. This interpretation is based on a traditional but narrow view of the public sphere that focuses on political and civic rights and responsabilities
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 Public sphere (Habermas, 1992) universal space where rational citizens engage in the political process through critical- rational deliberation
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 citizenship is practised as much through everyday life, leisure, critical consumption and popular entertainment as it is through debate and engagement with capital ‘P’ politics
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 Public sphere (Habermas, 1996) The public sphere cannot be conceived as an institution and certainly not as an organization (...) (...) substantive differentiation of [multiple] public spheres’ that are not overdetermined by expert discourses but that are accessible to laypersons
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 McGuigan, 2005 exclusion of everyday life, affect, and pleasure from our understanding of democratic participation is a serious misrecognition of some of the most powerful modes of citizen engagement
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 Deuze (2006) emerging practices of participation in new media contexts 3 configurations/modes of engagement
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 . participation Becoming an active agent in the process of meaning-making
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 . remediation adopt but modify and thus reform consensual ways of understanding reality
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 . bricolage reflexively assemble our own particular versions of that reality
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 community shifted away from a simplistic dichotomy between online (‘virtual cyberspace’) and offline (‘real life’) modes of communication and interaction which were previously seen as distinct and unrelated
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 Castells (2001) portfolios of sociability that is, interwoven networks of kinship, friends and peers that may originate from online interaction, are taken into and continued face-to-face in the offline world and vice versa
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 #desafios
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    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 Research found 70% believing in the importance of helping the community, 68% already doing something to support a cause on a monthly basis 82% describing themselves at least ‘somewhat involved,’ it does seem that the majority of young people are convinced that supporting a social cause is something they should do.
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 there is a strong disparity between interest and involvement, an ‘activation gap’
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 “the broad decline in youth participation might be better redressed through offline initiatives, strengthening the opportunities structures of young people’s lives and the ‘communities of practice’ available to them, rather than building Web sites which, though they will engage a few, will struggle to reach the majority or, more important, to connect that majority to those with power over their lives in a manner that young people themselves judge effective and consequential.” Nick Couldry, Livingstone, S. and Markham, T. (2007), 'Connection or Disconnection? Tracking the Mediated Public Sphere in Everyday Life' in R. Butsch (ed.) Media and Public Spheres. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 28-42.
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 “Focus groups with young people suggest a generation bored with politics, critical of the online offer, instead interested in celebrity and conforming to peer norms. Young people protest that ‘having your say’ does not seem to mean ‘being listened to’ and so they feel justified in recognising little responsibility to participate.” Sonia Livingstone, Nick Couldry, and Tim Markham, Youthful Steps Towards Civic Participation: Does the Internet Help? in Young Citizens in the Digital Age: Political Engagement, Young People and New Media, ed. Barney Loader (London: Routledge, forthcoming).
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 It isn’t ‘voice’ if nobody seems to be listening
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 This population is both self-guided and in need of guidance: although a willingness to learn new media by point-and-click exploration might come naturally to today’s student cohort, there’s nothing innate about knowing how to apply their skills to the processes of democracy (...)
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 Internet media are not offered as the solution to young people’s disengagement from political life, but as a possibly powerful tool to be deployed toward helping them engage Rheingold, Howard. “Using Participatory Media and Public Voice to Encourage Civic Engagement." Civic Life Online: Learning How Digital Media Can Engage Youth. Edited by W. Lance Bennett. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2008. 97–118.
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 “[t]he policy of ‘targetting’ young people so that they can ‘play their part’ can be read either as a spur to youth activism or an attempt to manage it (...)”
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 (...) Indeed, the very notion of youth e-citizenship seems to be caught between divergent strategies of management and autonomy...” Stephen Coleman in Civic Life Online: Learning How Digital Media Can Engage Youth. Edited by W. Lance Bennett. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2008.
    • Cidadania e Media Participativos 18 12 2009 #exemplos
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