Our first phase of work was published as a 13 article strong special issue (see below).

Our second, on-going phase is projected to become the network’s edited book Audiences 2030: A Foresight Analysis.

Before you head over to outputs from members of the CEDAR network (listed below), here is a succinct summary of the key trends we spotted in the field in our first phase.

  1. Ranjana Das & Brita Ytre-Arne (in prep) Audiences 2030: A foresight analysis (edited book)
  2. Ranjana Das (under review) A decade of transformations: Reflections from the CEDAR network on emerging directions in audience analysis.
  3. Ranjana, Das & Brita Ytre-Arne. ‘After the excitement: An introduction to the work of CEDAR’. Special issue of Participations 13 (1)
  4. Mathieu, David, Miguel Vicente-Mariño, Maria José Brites, Inês Amaral, Niklas A. Chimirri, Juliane Finger, Bojana Romic, Minna Saariketo, Riitta Tammi, Marisa Torres da Silva & Liliana Pacheco, with contributions from Félix Ortega: ‘Methodological challenges in the transition towards online audience research’
  5. Stehling, Miriam, Juliane Finger & Ana Jorge: ‘Comparative audience research: A review of cross-national and cross-media audience studies’
  6. Kaun, Anne, Jannie Møller Hartley & Jānis Juzefovičs: ‘In search of the invisible (audiences)’
  7. Pavlíčková, Tereza & Jelena Kleut:‘Produsage as experience and interpretation’
  8. Mollen, Anne, Minna Saariketo & Jelena Kleut: ‘Intersecting audience activities: An audience studies perspective on the materiality of design, platforms and interfaces’
  9. Ridder, Sander De, Lucia Vesnić-Alujević & Bojana Romic: ‘Challenges when researching digital audiences: Mapping audience research of software designs, interfaces and platforms’
  10. Murru, Maria Francesca: ‘Listening, temporalities and epistemology: A hermeneutical perspective on mediated civic engagement’
  11. Murru, Maria Francesca & Miriam Stehling, with contributions from Inês Amaral & Marco Scarcelli: ‘The civic value of being an audience: The intersection between media and citizenship in audience research’
  12. Vesnić-Alujević, Lucia & Maria Francesca Murru: ‘Digital audiences’ disempowerment: Participation or free labour’
  13. Dias, Patrícia & Ana Jorge: ‘Audience experiencing of emotions in the contemporary media landscape’
  14. Zaborowski, Rafal & Fredrik Dhaenens: ‘Old topics, old approaches? “Reception” in television studies and music studies’
  15. Mathieu, D., & Pavlíčková, T. (2017). Cross-media within the Facebook newsfeed: The role of the reader in cross-media uses. Convergence.
  16. Mathieu, D. (2016). Users’ encounter with normative discourses on Facebook:: A three-pronged analysis of user agency as power structure, nexus and reception. Social Media + Society.
  17. Pavlíčková, T., & Mathieu, D. (2016). Reading Facebook newsfeed as cross-media: Implications for journalism. Paper presented at ECREA 2016, Prague, Czech Republic.
  18. Mathieu, D. (2015). Audience Agency of Campaigns on Facebook. Abstract from IAMCR, Montreal, Canada.
  19. Mathieu, D. (2015). Audience research beyond the hermeneutics of suspicion. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 11(2), 251-258. DOI: 10.1386/macp.11.2.251_3
  20. Mathieu, D. (2015). The Continued Relevance of Reception Analysis in the Age of Social Media. Tripodos, (36), 13-34.
  21. Mathieu, David, Maria José Brites, Niklas A. Chimirri & Minna Saariketo: ‘In dialogue with related fields of inquiry: The interdisciplinarity, normativity and contextuality of audience research’
  22. Mathieu, D. (2016). The interdisciplinarity, normativity and contextuality of audience research: Questions of generalisation. Paper presented at ECREA 2016, Prague, Czech Republic.
  23. Pavlíčková, T., & Mathieu, D. (2016). Reading Facebook newsfeed as cross-media: Implications for journalism. Paper presented at ECREA 2016, Prague, Czech Republic.
  24. Mathieu, D., Vicente-Mariño, M. (2015). Methodological challenges in the transition towards online audience research. Paper presented at IAMCR 2015, Montreal, Canada.
  25. Mathieu, D. (2015). Audience Agency of Campaigns on Facebook. Paper presented at IAMCR 2015, Montreal, Canada
  26. Mathieu, D. (2016). The interdisciplinarity, normativity and contextuality of audience research: Questions of generalisation. Paper presented at ECREA 2016, Prague, Czech Republic.
  27. Das, R. and Pavlickova, T (2014). Is there as author behind this text? A literary aesthetic driven understanding of trust in interactive media.New Media and Society 16 (3)
  28. Das, R. (2014) An appropriate inheritance: On being and not being an audience researcher.International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics 10 (2)
  29. Das, R (2016):  Keynote lecture presented on invitation at the Style and Response, Minds Media and Methods conference at Sheffield Hallam University, November 2016.
  30. Das, R (2014): An appropriate inheritance: On being and not being an audience researcher. Keynote lecture presented on invitation at the COST IS0906 Final Conference, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, February 2014.
  31. Das, R (2016):  Notes from the first phase of the CEDAR network. Paper presented at the ECC in Prague, November 2016.
  32. Das, R. (2016). Reflections on the consortium on emerging directions in audience research. Paper presented at the IAMCR conference in Leicester, July 2016.
  33. Ytre-Arne, Brita (2016) «Utfordringer og muligheter for kvalitative studier av medienes publikum [Challenges and opportunities for qualitative research on media audiences]», Norwegian Association of Media Researchers Bi-annual Conference, Bergen 20-21. Oct.
  34. Dias, P. & Brito, R. (2016). Crianças (0 a 8 anos) e Tecnologias Digitais. Lisboa: Centro de Estudos em Comunicação e Cultura, Universidade Católica Portuguesa. [online] http://hdl.handle.net/10400.14/19160
  35. Dias, P., Brito, R., Ribbens, W., Daniela, L., Rubene, Z., Dreier, M. and Chaudron, S. (forthcoming) “The Role of Parents as ‘Gatekeepers’ of Digital Technologies: Exploring the tension between the rights of access and protection”. In Coppock, V. And Gillett-Swan, J. (ed.), Children’s Rights in a 21st Century Digital World: Exploring Opportunities and Tensions. London: Sage.
  36. Dias, P. and Andrade, J.G. (2016). “Portugal contra la austeridad: El papel de los media sociales en los movimientos cívicos”. In Candón, J. (org.). Mexico: Universidad de Mexico.
  37. Damásio, M.J., Henriques, S., Teixeira-Botelho, I. and Dias, P. (2015). “M-internet: Convergence or divergence? The standpoint of industry and users”. In Lugmayr, A. and dal Zotto, C. (eds.), Media Convergence Handbook: Firms and users perspectives, vol.2, Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  38. Dias, P. (2016). “Motivations for Multi-screening: An exploratory study on motivations and gratifications”. In European Journal of Communication, 1-16. doi: 10.1177/0267323116674111
  39. Dias, P. and Teixeira-Botelho, I. (2016). “The TV needs a digital add-on: How multi-screening fosters engagement, social interaction and immersion”. In Dígitos – Revista de Comunicación Digital, 2, pp. 15-34. [online] http://goo.gl/7F1Epr
  40. Dias, P. e Teixeira-Botelho, I. (2015). “Multi-screening: Práticas e motivações”. In Comunicando, vol. 4, pp. 163-183. [online] http://goo.gl/p03drR
  41. Henriques, S., Dias, P., Teixeira-Botelho, I. and Damásio, M.J. (2015). “Participation and Satisfaction as Drivers for Human Action: M-internet and community life”. In Journal of Social Media Studies, 2(1), pp. 1-13, London: MacroWorld Publishing. [online] https://goo.gl/Hv2Yxr
  42. Dias, P. (2014). “From ‘infoxication’ to ‘infosaturation’: a theoretical overview of the cognitive and social effects of digital immersion” In Ámbitos: Revista Internacional de Comunicación, n.º 24. Seville: Universidad de Sevilla. [online] http://goo.gl/ozd4iY
  43. Brito, R. e Dias, P. (2016). “‘The tablet is my BFF’: Practices and perceptions of Portuguese children under 8 years old and their families”. In Pereira, I., Ramos, A. and Marsh (eds.). The Digital Literacy and Multimodal Practices of Young Children: Engaging with Emergent Research. Proceedings of the first Training School of COST Action IS1410, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, 6th – 8th June, 2016. Braga:
Centro de Investigação em Educação (CIEd) [Accessed: http://digilitey.eu]
  44. Dias, P. and Teixeira-Botelho, I. (2015). “Is the Second Screen becoming the First? An exploratory study of emergent multi-screening practices”. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 4th International Conference on Design, User Experience and Usability: Web, Mobile and Product Design, DUXU 2014, held as Part of 16th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCI International 2014. Lisboa: 15 a 17 de junho de 2014.
  45. Dias, P. and Andrade, J.G. (2014). “A Articulação de Mass Media e Social Media: Explorando os movimentos cívicos em Portugal”. In Martins, M.L. and Oliveira, M., Comunicação Ibero-Americana: Os desafios da internacionalização – Livro de Atas do II Congresso Mundial de Comunicação Ibero-Americana. Braga: Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Sociedade, Universidade do Minho.
  46. Silva, M. T.. 2016. Letters to the editor and online readers’ comments: self and cross perceptions of audiences and news organizations , Paper presented at ICA Annual Conference,Fukuoka,Japan
  47. Gonçalves, João; Pereira, Sara; Silva, M. T.. 2016. Agenda-setting nos comentários dos leitores às eleições legislativas de 2015,Paper presented at V Jornadas Doutorais,Braga, Portugal.
  48. Damásio, M.; Henriques, S.; Silva, M. T; Pacheco, L.; Brites, Maria J. 2015. “Between Old Broadcast Media and New Networked Media: Materiality and Media Consumption Practices”, International Journal of Communication, 9: 386 – 411.
  49. Silva, M. T. 2015. “What do users have to say about online news comments? Readers’ accounts and expectations of public debate and online moderation: a case study”, Participations – Journal of Audience & Reception Studies 12, 2: 32 – 44.
  50. Silva, M. T; Brites, Maria J.. 2015.  Portuguese report – Consumption of News as Democratic Resources – Cross Cultural Research, Paper presented at IARIGAI 2015,Helsínquia,Finland.
  51. Silva, M. T. 2014. “A participação do público nos media convencionais portugueses. Rotinas, práticas e percepções”, Paper presented at II Congresso Mundial de Comunicação Ibero-Americana (Confibercom), Braga, Portugal.
  52. Silva, M. T. 2014. “Participação, liberdade de expressão e organizações jornalísticas: as percepções dos leitores do Público online sobre os comentários às notícias”, Paper presented at V Seminário Internacional do CIMJ – Media, Democracia e Cidadania na Era Digital, Lisbon, Portugal.
  53. Brites, Maria J; Pacheco, L.; Silva, M. T; Damásio, M.; Henriques, S.. 2014. “Patterns of youngsters’ daily life use of media: Comparing European E-audiences”, Paper presented at V Seminário Internacional do CIMJ – Media, Democracia e Cidadania na Era Digital, Lisbon, Portugal.
  54. Pacheco, L.; Brites, Maria J; Silva, M. T; Henriques, S.; Damásio, M.. 2014. “Youngsters’ daily life use of media: patterns from adolescence to young adulthood. A comparative study of European audiences in a changing media environment”, Paper presented at ECREA 2014 – Communication for Empowerment, Lisbon, Portugal.
  55. Silva, M. T. 2014. “The readers on readers’ comments in news. Perceptions on freedom of expression and news organizations’ moderation strategies: a case study”, Paper presented at ECREA 2014 – Communication for Empowerment, Lisbon, Portugal.
  56. Damásio, M.; Henriques, S.; Silva, M. T; Pacheco, L.; Brites, Maria J. 2014. “Interconnectedness or substitution? Actual media sociocultural practices”, Paper presented at ECREA 2014 – Communication for Empowerment, Lisbon, Portugal.
  57. Damásio, M.; Henriques, S.; Silva, M. T; Pacheco, L.; Brites, Maria J; Jedrzejewski, S.. 2014. Mass media and self media: Interconnections and diferences in European media audiences, Paper presented at the Open Conference of the COST Action IS0906. Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies – The future of audience research: agenda, theory and societal signifcance,Ljubljana,Slovenia.
  58. Silva, M. T.. 2014. Portuguese news organisations and online audience participation: policies and self perceptions,JSS-ECREA: Journalism Studies Section Conference, Greece.
  59. Brites, M.J., Jorge, A. e Santos, Sílvio Correia (2015) (edts). Metodologias Participativas: Os media e a educação. Covilhã: Livros LabCom. ISBN: 978-989-654-232-0 (Papel) 978-989-654-234-4 (pdf) 978-989-654-233-7 (epub)
  60. Brites, MJ e Pinto, M. (in print/2017). “Is there a role for the news industry in improving news literacy?”. Media Education Research Journal –MERJ. 7.2.
  61. Brites, M.J., Ponte, C. e Menezes, I. (2016). “Youth talking about news and civic daily life, Journal of Youth Studies, DOI: 10.1080/13676261.2016.1241862. ISSN: 1367-6261 (Print) 1469-9680 (Online)
  62. Santos, S., Brites, M.J., Jorge, A., Catalão, D. e Navio, C. (2015). Learning for life: A case study on the development of online community radio. info, (36), 111-123. doi: 10.7764/cdi.36.610. ISSN 0717-8697
  63. Brites, M. J. (2015). Jovens e culturas cívicas: Por entre formas de consumo noticioso e de participação. Covilhã: Livros LabCom. ISBN: 978-989-654-196-5 (Papel) 978-989-654-199-6 (pdf) 978-989-654-198-9 (epub). DOI:13140/2.1.2141.0081Brites, Maria José, Ravenscroft, Andrew, Dellow, James, Rainey, Colin, Jorge, Ana, Correia Santos, Sílvio, Rees, Angela, Auwärter, Andreas, Catalão, Daniel, Balica, Magda e F. Camilleri, Anthony (2014). Radioactive101 Practices. Lisboa: CIMJ – Centro de Investigação Media e Jornalismo. 42 pp. ISBN 978-989-20-5359-2 (pdf)/ISBN 978-989-20-5360-8 (epub) DOI:13140/2.1.3083.0409
  64. Brites, Maria José (In print/2017). Quando a investigação é feita com participantes ativos: Ampliar o uso das técnicas de entrevista e de grupo focal. Fazer pesquisa com jovens: tendências e desafios metodológicos. Vitor Ferreira (editor). Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, Lisbon, pp. XX-XX.
  65. Santos, Sílvio C. Brites, Maria José and Jorge, Ana (in print/2017). “Descobrindo o som, a palavra e a comunidade: implementação de uma rádio educativa na Internet”. In Momesso, M. A. et al. (Orgs.), Educar com podcasts e audiobooks. Porto Alegre/Brasil: CirKula, pp. 30-55. ISBN: 9788567442433.
  66. Mathieu, D. e Brites, M. J. (2015). Expanding the Reach of the Interview in Audience and Reception Research: The Performative and Participatory Models of Interview. Revitalising Audience Research: Innovations in European Audience Research. Zeller, F., Ponte, C. e O´Neill, B. (edits.). Routledge book séries: Nova Iorque e Oxon, 44-61. ISBN: 978-1-13-878737-7 (hbk) e 978-1-315-76282-1 (ebk)
  67. Amaral, Inês (2016). As ferramentas de comunicação 2.0 como promotoras de um consumidor ativo e participativo in Remondes, Jorge (coord.) Marketing Digital & E-Commerce. Viseu: Psicosoma. pp. 45-58. ISBN: 9789728994723
  68. Amaral, Inês (2016). Modelo Circular da Interação: Design da Interação na Esfera do Ciberjornalismo, Observatorio (OBS*) Journal, 10 (4), pp. 001-021. ISSN: 1646-5954.
  69. Amaral, Inês; Évora, Silvino Lopes (2016). Interfaces da Lusofonia:lusófonos em rede no Facebook, Janus.net  e-journal of International Relations, Vol. 7, N.º 2, pp. 112-128. e-ISSN: 1647-7251.
  70. Lopes, Paula; Quintas, Célia; Amaral, Inês; Reis, Bruno (2015).Jovens, novos media e tecnologia: resultados do estudo “Direitos Digitais – Uma password para o futuro”, 3º Congresso Literacia, Media e Cidadania, Lisboa.
  71. Carvalho, R.; Sampaio, I. V.; Marôpo, L. (2016). Entre a dor e a superação: adolescentes com câncer discutem sua representação nas notícias. Animus (Santa Maria. Online), v. 15, p. 224-240.
  72. Marôpo, L. (2016). Consumo mediático de alumnos: experiencia en Portugal. Seminario do Proyecto de Innovación Docente ‘Evaluación y Desarrollo de Metodologías Docentes en Comunicación y Competencias Mediáticas’. Valladolid.
  73. Marôpo, L.; Carvalho, R.; Sampaio, I. V.; Jorge, A. (2016). Digital Rights and young people with cancer: perspectives from Portugal and Brazil. Paper presented at IAMCR 2016 pre-conference on Children’s and Young People’s Rights in the Digital Age. London.
  74. Marôpo, L. (2014). Identidade e estigmatização: as notícias na perceção de crianças e jovens de um bairro de realojamento. Análise Social, v. XLIX, p. 104-127.
  75. Marôpo, L. (2014). Youth, identity, and stigma in the media: From representation to the young audience’s perception. Participations – Journal of Audience and Reception Studies, v. 11, p. 199-212.
  76. Marôpo, L; Gomes, L. A (2014). Construindo sentidos com base nas notícias: um estudo de caso com adolescentes num bairro brasileiro de baixo rendimento. In: II Congresso Media, Literacia e Cidadania, 2014, Lisboa. Livro de Atas do 2.º Congresso Literacia, Media e Cidadania, p. 250-286.
  77. Marôpo, L. (2014). Children and young people making sense of the news: a case study in a Portuguese low-income neighborhood, paper presented at ICA’s 63RD Annual Conference, London.
  78. Lopes, P.; Amaral, I.; Marôpo, L.; Quintas, C.; Reis, B. (2014). Digital rights: a password for the future, paper presented at International Conference (New) Audience Practices, Lisbon.
  79. Ponte, C.; Marôpo, L. (2014). Digital socialization among children and young people: the public, the private and the intimate in the era of social media, paper presented at Open Conference of the COST Action IS0906 Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies: The future of audience research: Agenda, theory and societal significance, Ljubljana.
  80. Marôpo, L. (2014). The Children and Youth as news audience: mapping the state of the art and pointing research challenges. Paper presented at International Conference (New) Audience Practices, Lisbon.
  81. Seddighi, Gilda (2015) “Production of content on lives in danger: a case study of Iranian Facebook pages”. The seminar “NorQuebec initiative” Digital Culture Research Group, University of Bergen 19-20 Oct.
  82. Tafakori, S. and Seddighi, G. (2016). “Apocalyse and precarity: Iranian Online humor and Trumps’ victory” in Media Diversified, 15.12.2016.
  83. Seddighi, G. and Tafakori, S. (2016). “Transnational mediation of state gendered violence” in Feminist Media Studies, Vol. 16, No. 5.
  84. Seddighi, G. (2016) “Heteronormativity in the articulation of grief for martyrs on Facebook”, the Norwegian Association of Media Researchers Bi-annual Conference, Bergen 20-21. Oct.
  85. Pavlíčková, Tereza. (2015) Audiences Perceptions of Author : Is the Author Reborn or Did She Ever Die? In: Koldobika Meso, Irati Agirreazkuenaga, Ainara Larrondo (eds.) Active Audiences and Journalism. Bilbao: Servicio Editorial de la Universidad del Pais Vasco. p. 47-63.
  86. Pavlíčková, Tereza. (2014) Bloggers (not) reading other bloggers: Are all authors equal, and who is listening to whom? Paper presented at the 5th European Communication Conference (ECREA 2014), Lisbon, Portugal, 12 -15 November.
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