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In this video, Sergio Simoni Junior presents his article "Direct and indirect effects of the Bolsa Família Program in the Brazilian presidential elections", published in the last edition of Public Opinion. Available at: https://www.cesop.unicamp.br/por/opiniao_publica/artigo/683.

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The December issue of Public Opinion –  issue 27 (3) – features 12 articles, with widely varied themes: financing of political parties, Labor Reform, PSDB-SP, Twitter and the elections in Colombia, arms control, the reactivation of right, representations about Brazil by the US think tanks, Marcelo Caetano, HGPE and the 2018 election, who the parliamentarians represent, fear of crime and ideological classification of the parties.

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Márcio Cunha Carlomagno was selected for the interview phase of the call for candidacy for a postdoctoral grant linked to Aid to Research - Thematic Project “The Quality of Brazilian Democracy: political representation, parties and the Integrity System".

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Informamos o resultado final do processo de seleção para concessão de uma bolsa de pós-doutorado junto ao Projeto Temático “A Qualidade da Democracia Brasileira: representação política, partidos e o Sistema de Integridade” (Processo FAPESP nº 18/02738-0):

Não houve candidatas(os) aprovadas(os) no referido certame.

Atenciosamente,
NUPPs e CESOP

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The Center for Public Policy Research (NUPPS) at the University of São Paulo and the Center for Public Opinion Studies (CESOP) at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) open this call for applications for 1 (one) postdoctoral scholarship (PD) to act in research on the Quality of Democracy in Brazil within the scope of the Thematic Project “The Quality of Brazilian Democracy: political representation, parties and the Integrity System” (Process FAPESP nº 18 / 02738-0), under the coordination of Professor Dr Rachel Meneguello. For more information about this project, just access https://bv.fapesp.br/pt/auxilios/101439/a-qualidade-da-democracia-no-brasilrepresentacao-politica-partidos-eo-sistema-de-integridade/ and https://www.cesop.unicamp.br/democracia/

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Unicamp/Cesop

Classificação:

1º Monize Arquer Fernandes

2º Talita São Thiago Tanscheit

3º Valéria Cabreira Cabrera

4º Thaís Cavalcante Martins

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This issue of Public Opinion features 12 articles with different themes, in addition to two texts in honor of Professor Gláucio Ary Dillon Soares.

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Pesquisa da Unicamp aponta importância da escolaridade no combate às notícias falsas  Estudo foi realizado pelo Instituto da Democracia e da Democratização da Comunicação da Unicamp.

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The Center for Public Opinion Studies (CESOP) at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and the Center for Public Policy Research (NUPPS) at the University of São Paulo, open this call for applications for 1 (one) postdoctoral scholarship (PD) to act in research on the Project “The Quality of Brazilian Democracy: political representation, parties and the Integrity System”

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Rachel Meneguello and Pedro Neiva highlight the importance of Professor Gláucio Ary Dillon Soares for the production of knowledge in the social sciences.

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In this video, Ednaldo Ribeiro presents or article "Policing and gender: perceptions between military police officers from Paranás", by Cleber da Silva Lopes, Ednaldo Aparecido Ribeiro and Marcos Aparecido de Souza, published in the last edition of Public Opinion. Available at: https://www.cesop.unicamp.br/por/opiniao_publica/artigo/685.
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O Grupo de Estudos em Política Brasileira (PolBras) e o Centro de Estudos de Opinião Pública (Cesop) promovem o minicurso Desenho de Pesquisa em Ciência Política, que será ministrado pelo Dr. Vitor Vasquez (Cebrap/Unicamp). Serão 20 vagas ofertadas para estudantes de graduação e pós-graduação que desejam construir um projeto ou já tenham uma pesquisa em andamento na área da Ciência Política. Dada a pluralidade de linhas metodológicas, é possível acessar o programa do minicurso antes da inscrição para que a pessoa interessada avalie a correspondência entre sua expectativa e o conteúdo oferecido. As aulas serão realizadas pela plataforma Google Meet das 14h às 16h nos dias 24, 25, 26 e 27 de maio. As inscrições podem ser realizadas pelo site do IFCH até o dia 20 de maio. As inscrições devem ser realizadas no link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScrxEV2xx8f_nGcuYmpvm5nmMu57t4c_bgCWVaTw0RpKXX1XA/viewform?gxids=7628. Clique na imagem para acessar a ementa do curso.
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Neste vídeo, Andressa Butture Kniess e Francisco Paulo Jamil Marques apresentam seu artigo "Como o agente fiscalizador utiliza a comunicação online? A ideia de transparência pública nas redes sociais da Controladoria-Geral da União", publicado na última edição de Opinião Pública. Disponível em: https://www.cesop.unicamp.br/por/opiniao_publica/artigo/679.
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In the April edition of Public Opinion it presents 10 articles with various topics: algorithms and autonomy in the surveillance capitalism, social networks and social movements in Portugal, governism in the municipal level, optional vote and electoral participation, anti-establishment political parties, among others.
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Postdoctoral Scholarship linked to Research Assistance - Thematic Project “The Quality of Brazilian Democracy: political representation, parties and the Integrity System” – Call for a postdoctoral researcher position in the area of Quality of Democracy
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This book brings together anthropologists, sociologists, political scientists, economists and international relations professionals who help us to understand Bolsonarism as a double key, movement and form of government, and what are the impacts of this on public policies, the health of institutions and the life of the Brazilian population.
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Conferência de abertura do 10º ano de atividades do Grupo de Estudos em Política Brasileira (PoBras)
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O artigo "Contexto e voto: o impacto da reorganização da direita sobre a consistência ideológica do voto nas eleições de 2018", de Mario Fuks e Pedro Henrique Marques (ambos do Departamento de Ciência Política, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais) tem como objetivo avaliar o efeito da ideologia sobre o voto em Bolsonaro na eleição presidencial de 2018. O artigo foi publicado na última edição de Opinião Pública e está disponível na seção Revista Opinião Pública.​
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The article ""É a política… A efetividade das conferências e seus mecanismos causais", by Fernanda Vick and Adrian Gurza Lavalle, presents a case study in depth of the National Conference of Education (Conae), held in 2010, and its impact on the model of financing of the National Plan of Education 2014/2024 (Law No. 13.005). The article was published in the last edition of Public Opinion: https://www.cesop.unicamp.br/por/opiniao_publica/artigo/665
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Coauthor comments on the article "Political publicity and its impact on user participation in social networks: presidential elections in Colombia, 2018", by Carlos Fernando Osorio Andrade, Edwin Arango Espinal and Hector Augusto Rodriguez Orejuela, published in the latest issue of Public Opinion. The research presented in this article analyzes the strategies of political ads published on Twitter by candidates for the second round of Colombia's 2018 presidential election.
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The articles in this edition deal with varied topics, such as electoral behavior, party affiliation, politics and social networks, effectiveness of conferences, political recruitment, among others.
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No dia 7 de dezembro, às 20 horas, haverá sessão aberta de lançamento de "Política em São Paulo" na ANPOCS.
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A adesão à democracia e a satisfação dos cidadãos, o impacto das percepções sobre a corrupção e do grau de tolerância individual no grau de adesão ao regime democrático e no comportamento político e o cenário da polarização política, à luz do papel do petismo e do antipetismo nas eleições de 2018, são os principais temas a serem analisados. A preocupação é com o cenário potencial de recessão democrática que, tal como pesquisas internacionais apontam como tendência para outros contextos, afeta o Brasil. Os dados utilizados nas apresentações provêm de pesquisas realizadas pelo CESOP/Unicamp e NUpps/USP — Palestrantes: Rachel Meneguello (Cesop/Unicamp) e Oswaldo Amaral (Cesop/Unicamp) Moderador: José Álvaro Moisés (IEA/USP) — Evento com transmissão em: http://www.iea.usp.br/aovivo
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Key Participants – Visiting Professor: Professor Steven R. Brown, Kent State University – Main Researchers: Professor Rachel Meneguello, University of Campinas, and Professor José Álvaro Moisés, University of São Paulo Associate Researchers – Professors: Emmanuel Nunes Oliveira (University of São Paulo); Gabriela Oliveira Piquet Carneiro (University of Campinas); Fabiola Del Porto (University of Campinas); José Veríssimo Romão Netto (Federal University of São Paulo); Oswaldo Amaral (University of Campinas) – Research Team: Dr. João Henrique Martins (Stratelli); Mr. Arley Topallian (Stratelli); MSc. Paola de Ávila Barbosa (University of São Paulo) – Administrative Support: Lais Helena Cardoso, University of Campinas Vera Cecilia, University of São Paulo
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This Friday (6), TV Unicamp will hold a special live on Elections 2020 at 4pm. The virtual event will be broadcast on the Unicamp TV Channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cd- QGMagZM). What should be the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on the electoral process? What are the challenges for those elected after 2021? These are some of the questions that will be answered by Rachel Meneguello, professor at the Institute of Philosophy and Human Sciences (IFCH-Unicamp) and scientific editor of the Public Opinion Magazine; and Oswaldo Amaral, professor at the same institute and director of the Center for Public Opinion Studies (Cesop).
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Monize Arquer and Oswaldo Amaral address this article to the growing influence of two social groups in Brazilian electoral politics: military and religious, especially those linked to various evangelical denominations.
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The data obtained from the research "Unicamp eo Novo Coronavirus", published in this quarter-feira (30), show that a large part of the university community is adapting to the dynamics of remote work adopted throughout the Universidade após to suspension of present activities, or March 12, after the declaration of a global coronavirus pandemic by the World Health Organization.
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Rachel Meneguello é entrevistada no Projeto Mulheres na Ciência Política (ABCP). Esse projeto se iniciou em 2018. Uma de suas frentes, desenvolvida ao longo de 2019, foi a realização de entrevistas com mulheres que atuam na área. São mulheres de diferentes gerações e regiões do país, cujas trajetórias denotam forte compromisso com a construção e consolidação da Ciência Política, por meio das atividades de pesquisa, de ensino e do desempenho de funções administrativas em diferentes âmbitos.
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A coautora Ana Pamela Paz García (Equipo de Psicología Política, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba) comenta o artigo "Efectos del tratamiento periodístico sesgado ideológicamente en el procesamiento cognosc de información política. Un abordaje experimental", que foi publicado na OPINIÃO PÚBLICA de agosto, vol. 26, nº 2. Os demais autores são Silvina Brussino e Daniel Alonso (Equipo de Psicología Política, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba).
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Debate com Andréa Freitas (Unicamp), Bruno Bolognesi (UFPR), Lara Mesquita (FGV-SP), Oswaldo Amaral (Unicamp), Tiago Borges (UFSC), Vitor Sandes Freitas (UFPI). Clique na imagem para assistir ao vídeo. Organização: Andréa Freitas e Oswaldo Amaral
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Fernanda Rivera Burle (Universidade de Brasília), co-author of "Affirmative action and social desirability" (together with Mathieu Turgeon, from the University of Western Ontario), comments or article, published in Public Opinion of August (vol. 26, nº 2).
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Rachel Meneguello and Maria Teresa Miceli Kerbauy comment on the book "Politics in São Paulo: An analysis of the political and party dynamics in the state", on the youtube channel of Social Sciences in Dialogue (http://www.youtube.com/c/ Social Sciences in Dialogue), September 3rd at 10 am.
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The articles in this issue have as their themes political behavior involving the TCU, the right and left vote, the electoral dispute in São Paulo, and also affirmative actions in public universities, reproduction of inequalities between men and women, among others.
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Cesar Zucco analisa as chances de Bolsonaro nas próximas eleições presidenciais: "Se não aumentar a atual taxa de aprovação, presidente chegará a 2022 em situação desconfortável; até lá, arma a retranca e joga a torcida contra o juiz".
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"Politics in São Paulo", by Rachel Meneguello and Maria Teresa Miceli Kerbauy, faces two major challenges. First, it intends to demonstrate that political parties remain institutions with a representative capacity, have internal organization, form cadres and are important to the electorate. Second, it seeks to describe the characteristics of São Paulo's policy, contemplating the organization of parties in the state, as well as the effects of electoral dynamics in the definition of positions and voting patterns.
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James Moura (Unilab e Universidade Federal do Ceará), coautor do artigo (juntamente com Renato Sérgio de Lima (FGV e Fórum Brasileiro de Segurança Pública), Paulo Januzzi (ENCE-IBGE) e Damião Segundo (Universidade Federal do Ceará)), comenta a adesão a posições autoritárias da população brasileira a partir de resultados da pesquisa realizada pelo Fórum Brasileiro de Segurança Pública e o Datafolha em 2017 e os desdobramentos da pesquisa. O artigo foi publicado em Opinião Pública, vol. 26, nº 1, abril de 2020.
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The largest public opinion archive in the areas of Economics, Politics and Society in Latin America is at CESOP - Center for Public Opinion Studies. In this Cocen Minute, director Oswaldo do Amaral and researcher Fabíola Brigante Del Porto talk more about the role of this Center in the public opinion research scenario.
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The research aims to map the academic community's perceptions about the pandemic and will serve as support for Unicamp to formulate actions that can help in facing the difficulties of that moment.
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The 2018 elections surprised most analysts and political scientists in Brazil and abroad. The competitive dynamic that opposed the PT and the PSDB in presidential elections since 1994 has been disrupted, resulting in a novelty for the Brazilian party system. The purpose of this research article is to identify the determinants of votes for Jair Bolsonaro in the two rounds of the 2018 presidential election from data collected by the Brazilian Electoral Study. By means of multivariate analyses of the two rounds of the presidential election, we found that flourishing ‘antipetismo’ (i.e. anti-Workers’ Party sentiment), growing numbers of voters self-identifying as right wing and increased importance of variables linked to voters’ political identification all underpinned the victory of Jair Bolsonaro.
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'Democracy, populism and corruption' project has CESOP as its host institution.
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In this edition, the Public Opinion journal presents seven articles, with varied themes. Among them are voting patterns, fear of violence and adherence to authoritarianism, elucidation of willful homicides, social media and PSOL factions and neoliberalism.
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Jair Bolsonaro is the first far-right leader to be directly elected in Latin America. How did he come to power and what were the consequences of his election? In this event, scholars from the Brazilian university of Unicamp and Harvard will explore the social and political processes currently transforming Brazil.
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This issue of Public Opinion contains nine articles on various topics, such as the relations of the mainstream press with the military dictatorship and the 2017 strikes, political tolerance, public opinion about Bolsa Familia, relations between collectives and June Journeys, quality of political campaign dialogues, among others.
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The video of the Seminar "Democracy, Populism and Corruption" is now available. To watch, click on the image. The ESEB-2018 database (nº 04622) is available to researchers and the general public on this website at the Database.
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CESOP has already made available in its Database 47 new national surveys conducted by IBOPE between June 2013 and December 2015. The surveys, commissioned by the Secretariat of Communication (SECOM) of the Presidency of the Republic, were nationally sampled and dealt with various subjects related to political and social issues, such as political reform, public policy evaluation and political conjuncture. The polls cover an important period of the country's recent history, ranging from the June 2013 demonstrations to the opening of impeachment by then President Dilma Roussef, and are an important source of research for social scientists studying contemporary Brazil. Searches for number 04646 to 04692. 47 new polls in our Database
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Public Opinion issue 25(2) presents eight articles with different themes.
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PolBras students - Brazilian Political Studies Group -, associated with CESOP, are awarded at the VI FBCP.
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This issue of Public Opinion brings seven articles with varied themes, among them "laranja" (orange) candidates, military policy in the Dilma government and protests in times of crisis.
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Public Opinion of December brings seven articles on varied topics like the embarrassed right end, humor against Dilma and sortition in politics.
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The databases of the Ibope Brasil-2018 polling surveys are already available on the Cesop/Archive website.
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Researchers linked to the Brazilian Policy Studies Group (PolBras), made up of undergraduate and graduate students of IFCH, have won several awards in recent years in various events, both inside and outside the university.
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This issue of Opinion Public presents eight articles, of which three deal with the power of influence of the media and the other address diverse topics, such as trust in institutions, Labor Justice and communication between politicians and voters, among others.
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"Political Parties" is the new national research dissemination report by the National Institute of Science and Technology (INCT) - Institute of Democracy and Democratization of Communication.
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Os dados são resultado do primeiro levantamento feito com filiados partidários no Brasil e fazem parte do projeto temático “Organização e funcionamento da política representativa no estado de São Paulo (1994 e 2014)”, realizado pelo CESOP com apoio da Fapesp.
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Revista Opinião Pública atingiu a pontuação 0,573 no índice SJR.
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Report n. 1 on the dissemination of national research carried out by the National Institute of Science and Technology (INCT) - Institute of Democracy and Democratization of Communication, of which CESOP participates.
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Seminar "Parties and subnational party systems: cases and comparisons" presents results of the project "Organization of Representative Policy in São Paulo", carried out by Cesop.
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This issue of Public Opinion presents eight articles, which deal with themes such as" petismo", "antipetismo" and "lulismo"; media and impeachment of Dilma; trajectory of the Brazilian deputies, among others.
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Seminar associated to the project "Organization and Functioning of Representative Politics in the State of São Paulo (1994 to 2014)" will be held on April 19, 2018, with researchers from several Brazilian universities. The general objective of the project is to analyze the organization and operation of representative politics in the state of São Paulo between 1994 and 2014. The project is aimed at understanding three dimensions: a) the organizational, which aims to identify the organizational structure of political parties , intra-party power distribution, sources of funding and political recruitment, as well as the characteristics of partisan elites and affiliates; b) the competitive one, whose purpose is to understand the pattern of competition in the state and intra-state regions, identifying the bases of political forces and their electoral and organizational strategies; and c) the representative, which seeks to analyze the voting patterns in the state in the period, as well as the quality of the relationship between voters and the representation system in São Paulo.
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This issue of PUBLIC OPINION (vol. 23 n. 3) presents nine articles dealing with various topics, such as the relation between money and electoral performance, public policy conferences, and budget amendments, among others.
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For the 2018 elections, CESOP will organize the Electoral Observatory, in which it will analyze the opinion polls produced by the companies. Professors Rachel Meneguello and Oswaldo Amaral participate directly in the INCT, besides Sergio Simoni and Luana Couto. The Institute of Democracy and Democratization of Communication aims to advance and deepen the discussion about Brazilian democracy, considering its organization, the democratic habits of the population and the organization of the media in the country. The Institute is part of the Program of the National Institutes of Science and Technology (INCT) and consists of research groups from four main institutions: UFMG, IESP / UERJ, Unicamp and UnB and researchers from USP, UFPR, UFPE, UNAMA, IPEA and, internationally, from CES / UC and UBA. CESOP is directly involved in the research on the profile of democracy in Brazil, one of the axes that articulate research on representation, participation and public opinion within the Institute.
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Um dos pioneiros do campo da Comunicação Política no Brasil, Azevedo dedicou-se ao longo de sua carreira à análise das relações entre mídia e política.
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A edição de OPINIÃO PÚBLICA de agosto apresenta nove artigos que abordam vários temas, entre os quais satisfação com a democracia e confiança em suas instituições, Lei de Drogas e debate político no Facebook.
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Rachel Meneguello, editora da revista Opinião Pública, participou da mesa Presentación Revistas de Ciencia Política no 9º Congresso da Associação Latino-Americana de Ciência Política (Alacip) em 27 de julho de 2017.
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INCT_ Instituto da Democracia e Democratização da Comunicação CHAMADA PÚBLICA DE CANDIDATURA Pós-Doutorado O CESOP_ Centro de Estudos de Opinião Pública da Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)_ abre chamada pública para 1(uma) bolsa de pós-doutorado na área de estudos sobre a democracia, comportamento e valores democráticos_ no âmbito do INCT_ Instituto da Democracia e Democratização da Comunicação.
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Os (des)caminhos da democracia no Brasil e na Argentina (2011-2016)
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The São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Research Methods for the Humanities is an initiative funded by the São Paulo Research Foundation (Fapesp) and will take place at the State University of Campinas (Unicamp), in Brazil, between the 10th and 21st of July 2017.
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O evento Fóruns Permanentes Políticas Públicas e Cidadania, realizado no Centro de Convenções da Unicamp, trouxe o tema: "Das ruas às urnas? Percepções dos cidadãos sobre os rumos da democracia brasileira de junho de 2013 aos dias atuais". Este fórum se volta a discutir como os cidadãos brasileiros veem e participam desse processo. Polarizações políticas e contradições têm sido observadas em pesquisas de opinião, nas redes sociais, na mídia, nas ruas e também nas eleições, em discussões sobre a crise e sua gestão, a expansão ou redução de direitos, sobre a condução de políticas públicas, sobre os impostos que as financiam, sobre como reduzir as desigualdades sociais e sobre quem deve ser o principal responsável por garantir o bem estar individual e coletivo - se os próprios indivíduos ou o Estado. (Evento realizado em 23 de maio de 2017 - em breve disponibilizaremos o vídeo completo do evento.)
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BES-2014, the fourth wave of post-electoral research of an academic nature performed in Brazil, was associated with Module 4 (2011–2016) of the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) Project of the University of Michigan. The main theme of this module was the analysis of income distribution and social protection policies, in order to understand the voter preferences about policies affecting income and wealth distribution in the context of the global economic crisis. In this sense, this module was designed to understand the representative capacity of the preferences of voters regarding these issues as well as how political institutions condition voters’ reactions to policies of budgetary restraint. Another objective of this module was understanding, from the citizen perspective, how contact between parties and candidates and personal relations can influence electoral choices. The BES-2014 also counted on the participation of researchers and professors associated with universities and research centers around the country and abroad to formulate specific questions aimed at deepening the study of the Brazilian reality, such as the evaluation of representative institutions, the role of the State in regard to the economy and to the development of social programs, the degree of satisfaction with public services, respect for laws and social equality, perceptions of social mobility, and interest in politics and forms of political mobilization, as well as tax assessment and validity of street demonstrations for the improvement of public services.
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Data: 23 de maio de 2017. Horário: 9 às 17 horas. Local: Auditório do Centro de Convenções da UNICAMP. Organização: Doutora Fabíola Brigante Del Porto – pesquisadora do Centro de Estudos de Opinião Pública – CESOP
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As eleições de 2014 são o tema de fundo de quase todos os artigos desta edição de OPINIÃO PÚBLICA, os quais utilizam dados do Estudo Eleitoral Brasileiro de 2014, produzido pelo Cesop
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