The distinctions between Brazil and Poland are huge in terms of economy, development, society and even regional integration. But, even so, Jair Bolsonaro and Andrzej Duda were elected by using populist and conservative discourses. So, with the use of social media by them, Brazilians and Polish, besides the advent of globalization. Is it just a coincidence?
Full Democracies are also often international references in women's participation in politics. The Brazilian context, in turn, presents a profound problem of inequalities in political representation: in the Chamber of Deputies, of the 513 deputies there are only 77 women, with only one indigenous woman and 13 black women. Contrary to academic mobilizations and the recent achievements of women's movements in Latin America, the Brazilian political parties continue to bet on silencing women to build power. In the 90 years of the female vote and being an election year in Brazil, it is urgent to reflect on the passage from voter to elected.
Production of Ancient and Medieval History Content for Social Networks: An Educational Process in the 21st Century
This article aims to show how the research group NEAM - Núcleo de Estudos Antigos e Medievais at Universidade Estadual Paulista has produced historical content on social network, on the theme of Ancient and Medieval History, aiming to share this content with university students and the general public.
This article aims to analyze the use of information and communication technologies, and especially the Sap-UniRovuma platform (learning system) by students in the undergraduate courses taught at Rovuma University – Nampula (UniRovuma).
The reputation of a university involves the market understanding of strategic positioning in the educational market, before the student body, faculty, employees, residents, investors, etc. The objective of this study refers to the evaluation of the reputation of a Brazilian private university (@UNI), from the perspective of place branding management theories, with the basis and refinement of measurement scales from previous studies. Place branding is established in the literature, mainly international, as being of an interdisciplinary nature, as it touches themes beyond marketing, such as communication, strategy, international business, and sustainability. As a result of our study, two dimensions were identified: University Brand Reputation and the University's Regional Impact. It is intended that the contribution of this study provides the advance in the production of knowledge about brand university and in generating insights for new studies and/or strategic implications in educational management, through actions and activities of place branding.
Fake news is the vehicle that propagates disinformation to establish social control through the production of information that interests specific groups. Fake news is a valuable asset in the information market, as the logic of market power is perversely associated with the logic of power devices in contemporary society. Fake news producer groups look for ideal profiles on digital social networks for the dissemination of content, ideas, and values allegedly committed to the common good.
President Jair Bolsonaro seems to be somewhat confused on how to tackle the Ukraine-Russia conflict in a way that aligns with his interests. This essay discusses his new move on framing the conflict as an opportunity to reduce Brazilian dependency on fertilizing exports. This framing resulted in the approval of urgent character for processing the lar project PL 190-2020, which will open indigenous territory for a mining concession. If the law is approved, this can put the indigenous communities in bigger threat as well as push for an unsustainable model of extractivism development within Amazon.
This article aims to characterize the use of digital media, for the contribution of the teaching and learning process; especially, at this moment, that the world is going through an epidemic catastrophe. This use consists of the pedagogical contributions of digital platforms at different levels of education, both in public and private institutions, where students and teachers interact. We want to understand the progress and proximity brought by new tech and how much it has been pedagogically helping the relationship between teaching and learning.
Taking stock of 2021 is a hard task, especially for Brazilian justice. However, if we needed an image to depict such a challenge, it would be the ocean waves pounding the rocks on the shore, the perpetual drive against barely movable obstacles.
The Sustainable Development Goals – SDG – were adopted by the Member-States of the United Nations in 2015 as a world agenda of actions to be achieved until 2030, aiming to eradicate poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. The SDGs are based on the premise that development requires a balance between social, economic, and environmental sustainability and, to achieve that, 17 integrated goals were outlined and, therefore, their results are at a large extent interdependent.