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She holds a B.A. in Social Sciences, with a major in Social Anthropology from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), a specialist degree in Social Anthropology from the National Museum (UFRJ), an extension course certificate in Anthropology from the University College London (UCL), a PhD in Administration from COPPEAD (UFRJ). Her postdoctoral research was conducted at University College London.
1 – Communication and Consumption Anthropology studies on subjectivization and sociability processes.
2 – Consumption, mobility, and social differences analyses of the Brazilian “new medium class” and emergent social segments in BRICS.
3 – Material culture studies, including digital environments.
4 – Ethnographic analyses of production, circulation, and reception of media contents.
5 – Studies on the communication and consumption practises within low income groups.
“Social mobility, consumption, and communication in countries with a hierarchizing bias”
This project stems from a postdoctoral research conducted from 2017 to 2018 at University College London (UCL), supported by CAPES Senior Fellowship program. The main goal of this study is understanding how changes related to socioeconomic iniquities in countries with a hierarchizing bias like Brazil and India can be associated with the transformation of media and consumption practises within “emergent” groups from the poorest ranks of the population. Through an ethnographic research, the aim is to analyse how identity construction is transformed within the context of social mobility where attention moves toward aspects such as religious affiliation and digital media usage.
Da produção ao consumo: diversidade cultural nos usos coletivos de tecnologia entre grupos populares.