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Ribas, D., Crespo, N., & Caires, C. S. (2020). Editorial: On Cinema. Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts, 12(2), 5–7. https://doi.org/10.34632/jsta.2020.9392
In the past decades, the field of cinema has undergone several transformations. The digital turn increasingly called for new forms of production, distribution, and exhibition, which imply different ways of thinking, doing, and experimenting cinema. These new forms also reduced the gap between cinema to other so-called visual arts. If cinema and visual arts were already in the process of merging, the last years forced the naturalization of thinking in similar theoretical grounds. This special issue aims to be a forum for the discussion of new practices of researching cinema, and the changes in cinema’s forms of experience and production.
Caires, C. S., Barbosa, A., & Hanyou, W. (2020). Design for Classroom Units: A Collaborative Multicultural Studio Development with Chinese Students. International Journal of Educational and Pedagogical Sciences, 14(5), 376–383. https://publications.waset.org/10011207/design-for-classroom-units-a-collaborative-multicultural-studio-development-with-chinese-students
Design for Classroom Units: A Collaborative Multicultural Studio Development with Chinese Students
Simões, J. M., & Mayes, L. (2020). Multilingual freedom of the press in Macau. [RMd] RevistaMultidisciplinar, 2(1), 5–14. https://doi.org/10.23882/MJ2027
There can be no conclusive determining regarding true press freedom in Macau, and perhaps this statement can be applied elsewhere as well. Issues of self-censorship, partisanship, or cultural loyalty exist in cities and countries around the world, and most of the time there is simply no reliable measurement to determine their impact. The Special Administrative Region (SAR) of Macau is separate and distinct from mainland China, but that does not mean that it is entirely without question regarding its freedom of the press, ethical journalistic practices, and interference by non-authorized agencies at the three languages local newspapers.
Lou, L.-C. I., & Xie, P. F. (2020). Reawakening Macanese identity: the impact of Chinese outbound tourism. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 12(1), 50–65. https://doi.org/10.1080/19407963.2018.1505106
The purpose of this paper examines the potential role of Chinese outbound tourism as a catalyst of change for the Macanese identity. There is an emerging trend to have a new identity amongst Macanese residents to valorize cultural and heritage assets. By using Bourdieu’s concept of habitus, it proposes that the social media space is built to voice concerns of language, place attachment and induced public participation. The study utilizes a mixed method approach comprising a survey for netizens and content analysis of online discussions, in order to fully understand changes due to Chinese outbound tourism.
Zuev, D., & Hannam, K. (2020). Anxious immobilities: an ethnography of coping with contagion (Covid-19) in Macau. Mobilities, 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1080/17450101.2020.1827361
In February 2020, Macau became one of the first regions where the pandemic of coronavirus or Covid-19 affected the totality of social and economic life leading to increased anxieties over movement and distance. Although Macau has had very few actual cases of the virus – 46 in total –and no deaths from it, the Macau government rapidly instituted a lock down. The aim of this article is to reflect on how the social experience of being in lockdown can provide insights into understanding the type of experience or condition that we provisionally term ‘anxious immobility.’ Such a condition is characterized by a total disruption of everyday rhythms and specifically anxious waiting for the normalization of activity while being the subject of biosocial narratives of quarantine and socially responsible. The paper is based upon 3 months of ethnographic research conducted by two researchers based in Macau. We also reflect upon some aspects of the politics of mobilities in the light of disruptions and friction points between Hong Kong, Macau, mainland China, and the rest of the world.
Rocha, N. (2019). Análise multimodal de estratégias discursivas: debate sobre o “bailout” entre Hillary Clinton e Bernie Sanders. ElingUP : Revista eletrónica de Linguística dos Estudantes da Universidade do Porto, 8(2). https://ojs.letras.up.pt/index.php/elingUP/article/view/6789
Este trabalho consiste numa análise multimodal das estratégias discursivas de Bernie Sanders e Hillary Clinton num excerto de um debate sobre as benesses dadas pela senadora norte americana aos bancos no pós-crise económica global de 2008. Bernie Sanders e Hillary Clinton evidenciaram uma linguagem corporal diferente, tanto na posição de locutor como na de interlocutor. No entanto, mesmo utilizando estratégias de comunicação verbal e física diferentes, os gestos utilizados enquadram-se no campo dos gestos recorrentemente observados em figuras políticas em estudos feitos por outros autores. Reforça-se assim a ideia de que os gestos em questão são regularmente utilizados por figuras políticas.
Simões, J. M. (2019). O papel da imprensa em língua portuguesa de Macau: a ética, a ideologia do proissionalismo e o Código Deontológico dos Jornalistas. Estudos Em Jornalismo e Mídia, 16(2), 123–130. https://periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/jornalismo/article/download/1984-6924.2019v16n2p123/41761/243494
In Macao, Special Autonomous Region of China, there are two professional codes of journalists: one by the Portuguese and English Press Association of Macao and the other by the Macao Journalists’ Association, and there is no regulator in the territory or anyone who administers the rules or sanctions the journalists activity. here’s also no cases of known or reported censorship. However, according to the latest human rights report for this small region of Asia, “the Government has taken steps to limit the coverage of unfavorable news”, admitting the practice of self-censorship by the media.
Simões, J. M. (2018). O Espaço ao Espaço Público e ao Sentido dos Fatos que os Media nos Oferecem. Revista GEMInIS, 9(1), 111–124. https://doi.org/10.4322/2179-1465.0901007
Comunicar é tornar comum e informar é dar forma à comunicação. Entre um e outro vai frequentemente uma distancia que nem sempre é possível eliminar. O objetivo deste artigo é mostrar que tanto a comunicação como a informação são um espaço ao sentido da vida. Pese embora as contrariedades e obstáculos, a conivência com os poderes, os imperativos de rentabilidade, a pressão do tempo e a aceleração, os media oferecem um espaço ao espaço público, ao sentido dos fatos, à interpelação; um espaço ao sentido da vida.
Morais, I. (2018). Macao Caught between the "Tropical China" and Oriental-style: An Approach to the Colonial and Post-colonial Contexts/Macau entre a "China Tropical" e a lusofonia a Oriente: Algumas achegas sobre os contextos colonial e pos-colonial/Macao entre la "Chine tropicale" et la lusophonie a l’orientale: contribution a l’etude des contextes colonial et post-colonial. Portuguese Studies Review, 26(1), 63–102. https://go.gale.com/ps/i.do?p=IFME&sw=w&issn=10571515&v=2.1&it=r&id=GALE%7CA673976706&sid=googleScholar&linkaccess=abs
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Baxter, A. N. (2018). Malacca Creole Portuguese in the 19th century: Evidence of a wider lectal range? Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages, 33(2), 247–279. https://doi.org/10.1075/jpcl.00016.bax
Abstract Earlier linguistic research suggested that Malacca Creole Portuguese (MCP) had existed without diglossia with Portuguese ever since the Dutch conquest of Portuguese Malacca in 1642, yet it had experienced some contact with Portuguese in the 19th and 20th centuries. The present study adds significantly to this discussion. It considers a range of information from sociohistorical studies and archival sources (including linguistic data) relating to the Dutch (1642–1795, 1818–1823) and early British (1795–1818, 1823–1884) colonial periods. For the Dutch period, it is seen that contact with other Creole Portuguese communities is likely to have persisted for some time. Most significant, however, is the finding that 19th century texts in Portuguese and creole Portuguese, recently identified in archival sources in London and Graz, show that Portuguese continued to be part of the Malacca sociolinguistic setting until the early British period, and that missionary Indo-Portuguese also had a presence at that time. It is concluded that, rather than presenting a narrow lectal range akin to that of the MCP community in the late 20th century, the creole lectal grid in the 19th century was more complex, and included dimensions of a continuum in a diglossic relationship with Portuguese.
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