Pathologies and Dysfunctions of Democracy in the Media Context

  • Marta Lopera-Mármol Pompeu Fabra University, Communication Faculty, CAS Research Group, 08018, Barcelona
Palavras-chave: Democracia, Distopia, Cinema, Séries de Televisão, Política

Resumo

Entre 12 e 14 de Novembro de 2018, a Universidade da Beira Interior recebeu a Conferência Internacional: “Pathologies and Dysfunctions of Democracy in a Mediated Context: the new dystopian imaginary of the 21st century. From Orwell to Black Mirror. From Big Brother to Big Data”.

Biografia Autor

Marta Lopera-Mármol, Pompeu Fabra University, Communication Faculty, CAS Research Group, 08018, Barcelona

Marta Lopera is a Doctoral and Teacher Fellow at the Communication Department of Pompeu Fabra University and a research member of the Research Group CAS (Communication, Advertising, and Society). She has taught: Communication & Events Management (B.A. Advertising and PPRR), Analysis of Persuasive Discourses (B.A. Advertising and PPRR) and Newsroom (B.A. Journalism).

She holds an M.A. in Social Communication from UPF and an undergraduate in Audiovisual Communication from University of Barcelona with two international stays at Hanzehogeschool of Applied Sciences (Groningen, The Netherlands) and La Trobe University (Melbourne, Australia).

Her research lines are television studies, sustainable film, TV series, coming-of-age, postmodern philosophy, dramedy, aesthetics, and narrative.

Publicado
2020-01-23