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Book Chapters

Omena, J.J.; Rosa, J.M.; Baldi, V. (2017). Atravessando a economia da atenção e dos likes. A Política das Plataformas Digitais. Cibercultura : Circum-navegações em redes transculturais de conhecimento, arquivos e pensamento, edited by Helena Pires, Manuel Curado, Fábio Ribeiro & Pedro Andrade). Edições Húmos,:Minho, Portugal. ISBN: 978-989-755-282-3.

Omena, J.J. (2016). Social Media Research: New Methods, Opportunities and Challenges. In Tecnologias Culturais e Artes do Media [e-book], edited by Maria Teresa Cruz, Maria Augusta Babo and José Gomes Pinto, Coleção Cultura, Media e Artes, n.4. Lisboa: CECL/UnYleYa, ISBN 9789899850361.

Publications

Warren Pearce, Suay M. Özkula, Amanda K. Greene, Lauren Teeling, Jennifer S. Bansard, Janna Joceli Omena & Elaine Teixeira Rabello (2018): Visual cross-platform analysis: digital methods to research social media images, Information, Communication & Society, DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2018.1486871

Omena, J. J. e Rosa, J. M (2017). 15 de Março: “o Brasil foi pra rua” (de novo!). Estudos dos protestos na web e redes sociais. In Carlos Camponez, Bruno Araújo et al. (editors), Comunicação e Transformações Sociais, Vol II: Comunicação Política, Comunicação Organizacional e Institucional e Cultura Visual (Atas do IX Congresso da SopCom), pp. 51-74, Coimbra: SopCom. ISBN 978-989-99840-1-1

Rosa, J. M. and Omena, J. J.  (2017). «Nós na Rede. Conexão e Participação em Dois Grupos do Facebook a partir dos Digital Methods. In Carlos Camponez, Bruno Araújo et al. (editors), Comunicação e Transformações Sociais, Vol I: Ciência da Informação e Comunicação e Educação (Atas do IX Congresso da SopCom), pp. 81-98. Coimbra: SopCom. ISBN 978-989-99840-0-4

Omena, J.J. and Rosa, J. (2015). Estudos no Facebook em Portugal: Revisão Sistemática dos Métodos de Investigação. Communication Studies. Special Issue: Advanced Methodologies in Communication Studies, n.18. http://www.ec.ubi.pt/ec/19/pdf/ec_19.pdf

Omena, J.J. and Melo, J. (2008). Realidade moderna: reflexos no comportamento humano – Lumen (Recife), Brazil, v.17, 69

 

Conferences

Omena, J.J.; Mintz, A.; Rabello, E. (2018). Hashtags are not the whole message: Approaching Hashtag Engagement Research. Instagram Conference 2018 – Studying Instagram beyond selfies. Middlesex University, 1 June 2018, London

Omena, J.J. (2017). Why look at Social Media APIs? Potential scenarios for Instagram-based research. ECREA Digital Culture and Communication Section Conference. Digital Culture meets data: Critical Approaches.  University of Brighton, 6-7 November 2017.

Granado, A. and Omena, J.J. (2017). As Universidades Portuguesas no Facebook. SciCom PT 2017 – Objectos da Ciência. Museu da Ciência da Universidade de Coimbra, 12-13 October, Portugal.

Omena, J.J. (2016). Social Media Technicity: What to Look for in APIs? [poster]. Presented at UT Austin / Portugal Annual Conference 2016, 23-24 May, Lisbon, and Ciência 2016 – Science and Technology in Portugal Meeting, 4-6 July, Lisboa Congress Center.

Omena, J.J. and Rosa, J. (2015). 15 de Março: “o Brasil foi pra rua” (de novo!). Estudos dos protestos na web e redes sociais. IX SopCom Congress, Coimbra-PT, 12-14 November 2015.

Rosa, J. and Omena, J.J.  (2015). Nós na rede: Conexão e Participação em Dois Grupos do Facebook a partir dos Digital Methods. SopCom Congress, Coimbra-PT, 12-14 November 2015

Omena, J.J.; Rosa, J. (2015). Visualising and Measuring Interactivity in Social  Media: Brazilian´s   2013  protests on Facebook. From Multitude to Crowds in Social Movements – publics, gatherings, networks and media in the 21th century, 26-27 January 2015, Lisbon. An International Conference hosted by the Catholic University of Portugal in co-organization with CECC/CECL

Omena, J.J. (2014). Social Media Research: New Methods, Opportunities and Challenges. Cultural Technologies and Media Arts Conference, Nov 2013-Jan 2014, Universidade Nova de Lisboa – FCSH and Goethe-Institute, Lisbon (main speakers: Bernhard Siegert, Sybille Krämer and Peter Weibel).

Talks

Omena, J.J. (2018, January 29). The Grammars of Social Media: thinking platform data under the modes of technicity. (Short talk ) Digital Media Winter Institute / SMART Data Sprint 2018: Interpreters of Platform Data, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, NOVA FSCH (Faculty of Human and Social Science), 29 January to 2 February 2018, Lisbon, Portugal.

Rosa, J.M.; Omena, J.J. and Cardoso, D. (2017). Watchdogs nas Redes Sociais: Uma Percepção Polarizada? Colóquio Targeting, Fake News e Ciberpopulismos: Entre Algoritmos e Cibercultura. Universidade de Aveiro, 18 Outubro 2017, Aveiro, Portugal.

Omena, J.J. (2017, January 23). Approaches of Data Analysis: Networks Generated through Social Media. (Short talk) SMART Data Sprint 2017: What is the data journalism debate on social media?, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, NOVA FSCH (Faculty of Human and Social Science), 23-27 January, Lisbon, Portugal.

Omena, J.J. (2016, November 22). Plataformas de Redes Sociais: Extração e Análise de Dados. Lecture at Universidade de Lisboa in the Faculdade de Motricidade Humana (FMH), to master students in Sport Management, Cruz Quebrada, Portugal.

Omena, J.J. (2016, October 19). Social Media Technicity. Affordances, Politics and Digital Methods. (Short talk) Digital Media Doctoral Symposium in Future Places Festival at UPTEC PINC auditorium, Porto, Portugal.

Omena, J.J. (2015, March 11). Digital Methods on social media platforms: Brazilian´s 2013 protests on Facebook. Open Lecture at Instituto Superior Técnico  to master students in Urban Sociology, Lisbon, Portugal.

Omena, J.J. (2015, April 23). Digital Methods on social media platforms: Brazilian´s 2013 protests on Facebook.  Lecture at Universidade Nova de Lisboa to master students in Communication (FSCH- Faculty of Human and Social Science), Lisbon, Portugal.

Reviews

ECREA 2018 Lugano –> Reviewer of abstracts submitted to the section of Digital Culture and Communication – evaluation process for the 7th European Communication Conference to be held in Lugano, Switzerland, October 31 – November 3, 2018.
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