Alcantara, Juliana

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Alcantara, Juliana
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PhD Candidate in Communication Sciences at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Coimbra (FLUC). In 2023 was a visiting PhD scholar at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, and in 2022 was also at the University of Utrecht at The Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies (NOG). She holds a master's degree in Journalism and Communication from FLUC, having carried out academic mobility at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. In 2018/2019 she received the Top 3 per cent of Students Award. She has a postgraduate degree in Business Communication and in Higher Education Teaching. Bachelor in Social Communication with a major in Journalism. She has more than ten years of professional experience as a public relations and journalist in the Brazilian media. She is currently working on her doctoral thesis funded by the national Portuguese funding - Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) - which theme is gender and journalism in the context of the public health crisis of covid-19.
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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)TypeAccess
122-Apr-2024Excessive, flexible and (still) seen as gender neutral Journalists' perceptions about their job during the Covid-19 pandemicAlcantara, Juliana ; Simões, R. B. articleopenAccess
22021Online abuse against female journalists: A scoping reviewSimões, R. B. ; Alcantara, Juliana ; Carona, LilianabookPartopenAccess
3Dec-2023Só para ela: a feminização da vacina contra o HPV na cobertura midiática brasileiraAlcantara, Juliana ; Simões, Rita Basílio articleopenAccess
426-Dec-2023The Same or Worse? Juggling the Private and Professional Lives of Women Journalists during Pandemic CoverageAlcantara, Juliana ; Simões, Rita Basílio articleembargoedAccess
516-Dec-2022Violência Online Contra as Mulheres: Relatos a Partir da Experiência da Pandemia da COVID-19Simões, Rita Basílio de ; Amaral, Inês ; Santos, Sílvio ; Alcantara, Juliana articleopenAccess