my work

theses and dissertations

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. “Football supporter cultures in modern-day Brazil: Hypercommodification, networked collectivisms and digital productivity“. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia, 2015.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. “Public culture and social learning: panorama of frames about the disability issue in the Brazilian press (1960‐2008)“. Master’s Thesis, Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil, 2010.

peer-reviewed journal articles

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. (2017), “Sports journalism, supporters and new technologies: Challenging the usual complicity between media and football institutions“. Digital Journalism, online first, 1-20.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. (2016), “The digital productivity of football supporters: formats, motivations and styles”Convergence, online first, 1-17.

Rousiley Maia and Ana Carolina Vimieiro. (2015), “Recognition and moral progress: a case study about discourses on disability in the media“. Political Studies, 63.1: 161-180.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. (2014), “The digital productivity of Brazilian football supporters: formats, motivations and approaches”. Contracampo, 31: 23-59. [in Portuguese]

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. (2014), “After all, what do we think about the World Cup? A brief analysis of how the topic has been framed“. Em Debate, 6: 39-46. [in Portuguese]

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. (2013), “Fan activism on Twitter: online sport fandom communities and the campaign #ForaRicardoTeixeira.” Ciberlegenda, 28.1: 55-68. [in Portuguese]

Ana Carolina Vimieiro and Rousiley Maia. (2011), “Indirect media frame analysis: a methodological alternative to identify cultural frames.” Famecos, 18.1: 235-252. [in Portuguese]

Ana Carolina Vimieiro and Rousiley Maia. (2011), “Media frames and the social learning process: changes in public culture about the disability issue from 1960 to 2008.” E-Compós, 14.1: 1-22. [in Portuguese]

Ana Carolina Vimieiro and Marcela Dantas. (2009), “Between the explicit and the implicit: proposal to analyze media frames.” Lumina, 3: 1-16. [in Portuguese]

Francisco Marques, Ana Carolina Vimieiro, Anderson Vieira, and Sâmia Melo. (2009), “The forum on the screen: elections, television debates, and mediated deliberation.” Contemporanea, 7.1: 1-28. [in Portuguese]

book chapters

Rousiley Maia and Ana Carolina Vimieiro. (2014), “Recognition and moral progress: discourses on disability in the media“. In: Rousiley Maia. (ed.). Recognition and the Media. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 220-242.

presentations | conferences

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. “The supporter as producer: for a communicational approach of sporting cultures“. XXXIX Conference of the Brazilian Association of Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication (Intercom), São Paulo, 05-09 Sep, 2016. [In Portuguese]

Ana Carolina Vimieiro and Renato Vimieiro. “Oscar Pistorius and the death of Reeva Steenkamp: mapping public opinions on Twitter using frame analysis and data mining”. 14th Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, Denver, 23-26 Oct, 2013.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. “Participatory practices in online football fandom communities: The case of the Brazilian club Atlético-MG”. Ignite13! Illuminating Futures, Brisbane, 03 Oct, 2013.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. “Online football fandom in Brazil: pleasure and politics on the Twitterland”. Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme (SDP2013), Toronto, 8-19 Jul, 2013.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. “Sport fandom practices in the Brazilian Twittersphere.” CCI Winter School 2013, Brisbane, 24-28 Jun, 2013.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. “Sport cultures and digital citizenship: applying frame analysis to understand everyday political conversations on Twitter”. 2012 Conference of the Journalism Education Association of Australia, Melbourne, 03 Dec, 2012.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro and Renato Vimieiro. “Manual and automatic media frame analysis: a mixed-method proposal for analyzing large corpora.” RC33 Eighth International Conference on Social Science Methodology, Sydney, 10 Jul, 2012.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro and Marcela Dantas. “Between the explicit and the implicit: proposal to analyze media frames.” II Meeting of Research Higher Degree Programs in Communication of the State of Minas Gerais (Ecomig), Belo Horizonte, 18-19 Sep, 2009.

Marcela Dantas and Ana Carolina Vimieiro. “Public dilemmas on the media: ordinary citizen and the debate about traffic”. IV Conference of Postgraduate Students in Communication (Coneco), Niterói, 25-27 Nov, 2009.

blog posts

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Football in Brazil: from the opiate of the masses to fuel for civic engagement. No Se Mancha, 27 Aug, 2013.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Football fandom in the Brazilian Twitterland. Social Media Research Group, 20 Aug, 2013.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Index do Futebol Brasileiro no Twitter – semana 1/parte 1 (22-27 de maio). Ágora esportiva, 06 Jun, 2013.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Engajamento do torcedor brasileiro em mídias sociais. Ágora esportiva, 10 Jun, 2013.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Os absurdos da administração do Mineirão continuam. Ágora esportiva, 01 Feb, 2013.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. O lenga-lenga do caso Ricardo Teixeira e a publicização do futebol. Comunicação & Política, 02 Mar, 2012.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro and Renato Vimieiro. Diálogos possíveis (II): análise de conteúdo, codificação e técnicas computacionais. Comunicação & Política, 28 Oct, 2011.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro and Rodrigo Carreiro. Caso Orlando Silva: oportunismo e interesse público podem ser duas faces da mesma moeda. Comunicação & Política, 26 Oct, 2011.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro and Renato Vimieiro. Diálogos possíveis (I): comunicação, computação e métodos de análise. Comunicação & Política, 07 Oct, 2011.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Análise de enquadramentos: levantamento da literatura a partir de subáreas. Comunicação & Política, 26 Aug, 2011.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Uma reflexão sobre a relevância das pesquisas em Comunicação a partir do lançamento do “Ciência sem Fronteiras”. Comunicação & Política, 28 Jul, 2011.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Accountability no futebol? Ricardo Teixeira está “cagando” para denúncias de corrupção. Comunicação & Política, 15 Jul, 2011.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Direitos de TV: a relação mais explícita entre comunicação, política e o mundo do futebol. Comunicação & Política, 24 May, 2011.

Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Análise de enquadramentos da mídia: onde estamos e para onde vamos?. Comunicação & Política, 20 Apr, 2011.

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