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UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DA BAHIA

Faculdade de Comunicação
PROGRAMA DE PÓS-GRADUAÇÃO EM
COMUNICAÇÃO E CULTURA CONTEMPORÂNEAS

DISCIPLINA: COM 536: CONTEMPORANEIDADE, COMUNICAÇÃO E CULTURA


MODELOS TEÓRICO-METODOLÓGICOS DA PESQUISA SOBRE OS EFEITOS DA COMUNICAÇÃO – 2021
PROF. WILSON GOMES – wilsonsg@terra.com.br
PROF. SAMUEL BARROS - samuelbarros77@gmail.com

DISTRIBUIÇÃO DOS SEMINÁRIOS POR ESTUDANTE E LISTA DE REFERÊNCIAS1

AGENDA-SETTING I
https://youtu.be/6RUtmANsnow
https://youtu.be/EoRWk2o6WII

4ª. SESSÃO
(MCCOMBS, (MCCOMBS, (McCombs et al. (Lopez-Escobar et (Kiousis,
SHAW, 1972) 2005) 1997) al. 1998) McCombs, 2004)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo

(Mrogers, (Harris, Kolovos, (Soroka, 2002) (McCombs, Shaw, (Kim, Scheufele,


Wdearing, 1988) Lock, 2001) Weaver, 2014) Shanahan, 2002)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(Kiousis, 2005) (Brown and (Kiousis et al., (Ridout, Mellen, (Wallsten, 2007)
Deegan 1998) 2006) 2007)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(Huck, Quiring, (Uscinski, 2009) (IYENGAR and (Green-Pedersen, (Walgrave and


Brosius, 2009) SIMON 1993) Mortensen, 2010) Van Aelst 2006)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim

1
Os links à esquerda correspondem às videoaulas no YouTube. São para uso exclusivo dos estudantes
desta disciplina, não os repassem. A referências com sombreamento indicam os artigos com o maior
número de citações, por modelo teórico-metodológico.
AGENDA-SETTING II
5ª. SESSÃO

(Lopez-Escobar, (Scheufele and (Wanta, Golan, (M. Brewer and (Tai 2009)
Llamas, and Tewksbury 2007) and Lee 2004) McCombs 1996)
McCombs 1998)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim

(Tan and Weaver (Shapiro and (Erbring, (Huck, Quiring, (BIRKLAND 1998)
2013) Hemphill 2017) Goldenberg, and and Brosius 2009)
Miller 1980)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(Rogers, Dearing, (Sevenans 2017) (Edwards and (M. E. McCombs (Scheufele 2000)
and Bregman Wood 1999) and Shaw 1993)
1993)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(Weaver 2007) (Maxwell (Swanson and (Kiss 2013) (Sweetser, Golan,


McCombs and Swanson 1978) and Wanta 2008)
Zhu 1995)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo
MEDIA PRIMING
6ª. SESSÃO
https://youtu.be/0bfvzlUOkuU

(D. Domke, Shah, (Valentino, (DRUCKMAN and (Jacobs and (Roskos-


and Wackman Brader, and HOLMES 2004) Shapiro 1994) Ewoldsen,
1998) Jardina 2013) Roskos-
Ewoldsen, and
Dillman
Carpentier 2002)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(Holbrook and (Iyengar and (Roberts and (Sheafer 2007) (Iyengar and
Hill 2005) Kinder 1987b) Gettman 2004) Kinder 1987a)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo

(David Domke, (Van Duyn and (PAN and (Mendelsohn (P. R. Brewer,
McCoy, and Collier 2019) KOSICKI 1997) 1996) Graf, and Willnat
Torres 1999) 2003)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim

(Bushman 1998) (Dixon and (Druckman 2004) (Abraham and (Althaus and Kim
Maddox 2005) Appiah 2006) 2006)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida
TEORIA DO ENQUADRAMENTO I
7ª. SESSÃO
https://youtu.be/rBjWxk_-Tuc

(Entman 2007) (Semetko and (Scheufele 1999) (Pan and Kosicki (Weaver 2007)
Valkenburg 2000) 1993)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim

(Druckman (Semetko and (Entman 1993) (Chong and (Nelson,


2001b) Valkenburg 2000) Druckman 2007b) Clawson, and
Oxley 1997)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(De Vreese 2005) (Scheufele 2000) (Druckman (Jörg Matthes (Entman and
2001a) 2009) Rojecki 1993)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(Simon and (Entman 2010) (Kellstedt 2000) (Birkland and (Mendonça and
Xenos 2000) Lawrence 2009) Guimarães 2012)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo
TEORIA DO ENQUADRAMENTO II
8ª. SESSÃO

(Riebling and von (Tankard Jr 2001) (BARBERÁ et al. (Bronstein 2005) (IYENGAR and
der Wense 2019) 2019) SIMON 1993)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo

(Lo, Lam, and (Simões and (GAMSON 1989) (D’Angelo 2002) (Van Gorp 2007)
Cheung 2019) Silveirinha 2019)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(Chong and (Harlow 2019) (Dimitrova, (Druckman and (Fleming,


Druckman 2007a) Ozdora-Aksak, Nelson 2003) McLean, and
and Connolly- Tatalovich 2018)
Ahern 2018)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(Nelson, Oxley, (Boeynaems et (Dominic L. (T. H. Baek and (Hopkins and


and Clawson al. 2017) Lasorsa, Suk, and Yoon 2017) Mummolo 2017)
1997) Fadnis 2018)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim
ESPIRAL DO SILÊNCIO I

9ª. SESSÃO
https://youtu.be/pw0AQTCudLE

(Elisabeth Noelle- (Elisabeth Noelle- (Elisabeth Noelle- (E. Noelle- (C. T. Salmon and
Neumann 1974) Neumann 1977) Neumann 1998) Neumann 1991) Neuwirth 1990)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(Taylor 1982) (Chan 2018) (Glynn, Hayes, (Lin and Salwen (J. Matthes, Rios
and Shanahan 1997) Morrison, and
1997) Schemer 2010)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(Charles T. (Scheufle and (Glynn and (Gunther et al. (Hayes,


Salmon and Kline Moy 2000) Mcleod 2014) 2001) Shanahan, and
1985) Glynn 2001)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo

(Moy, Domke, (Neuwirth, (Willnat, Lee, and (Jörg Matthes, (D. L. Lasorsa
and Stamm 2001) Frederick, and Detenber 2002) Knoll, and von 1991)
Mayo 2007) Sikorski 2018)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim
ESPIRAL DO SILÊNCIO II

10ª. SESSÃO

(Chaudhry and (Thurre, Gale, (Hampton, Shin, (Chun and Lee (Zerback and
Gruzd 2019) and Staerklé and Lu 2017) 2017) Fawzi 2016)
2020)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo

(Yun, Park, and (Stoycheff 2016) (Sherrick and (Pang et al. 2016) (Neubaum and
Lee 2016) Hoewe 2018) Krämer 2018)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(E.-J. J. Lee and (Shen and Wang (Chia 2020) (Porten-Cheé and (Miyata,
Cho 2018) 2015) Eilders 2015) Yamamoto, and
Ogawa 2015)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(Gearhart and (N. Y. Lee and (Eilders and (Soffer and (Wu and Atkin
Zhang 2015) Kim 2014) Porten-Cheé Gordoni 2017) 2018)
2015)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim
A HIPÓTESE DO CULTIVO I
11ª. SESSÃO
https://youtu.be/Tmbmnlr2vmg

(Potter 1993) (Morgan and (Gerbner and (Potter 2014) (Gerbner 1998)
Shanahan 1997) Gross 1976)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim

(Ladewig 2020) (Shrum, (Hughes 1980) (Jonathan Cohen (Signorielli,


Burroughs, and and Weimann Morgan, and
Rindfleisch 2005) 2000) Shanahan 2019)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(Scharrer and (Morgan and (Romer, (Shrum 1995) (Williams 2006)


Blackburn 2018) Shanahan 2010) Jamieson, and
Aday 2003)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(Hirsch 1981) (Lett, DiPietro, (Tsay-Vogel, (Van Mierlo and (Gerbner et al.
and Johnson Shanahan, and Van den Bulck 1986)
2004) Signorielli 2018) 2004)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo
A HIPÓTESE DO CULTIVO II
12ª. SESSÃO

(Gross and Aday (Nabi and (Good 2009) (Simmons 2017) (Calzo and Ward
2003) Sullivan 2001) 2009)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo

(Witzel, Koch, (Dahlstrom and (Quick 2009) (Nico and (Shrum and
and Kaminski Scheufele 2010) HAUßECKER Bischak 2001)
2017) 2017)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(Chadee, Smith, (Custers and Van (Bilandzic and (Yamamoto and (Roche, Pickett,
and Ferguson den Bulck 2013) Busselle 2008) Ran 2014) and Gertz 2016)
2019)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(Shanahan, (Custers and (Breuer et al. (Britto and Noga- (Seabrook et al.
Morgan, and McNallie 2017) 2015) Styron 2014) 2017)
Stenbjerre 1997)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim
THIRD-PERSON EFFECT I

13ª. SESSÃO
https://youtu.be/R4zRZuShSs8

(Perloff 1989) (Perloff 1993) (Davison 1983) (Perloff 1999) (Gunther 1991)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim

(Mutz 1989) (Rucinski and (Jeremy Cohen et (Davison 1996) (Paul, Salwen,
Salmon 1990) al. 1988) and Dupagne
2000)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(Rojas, Shah, and (McLeod, (Salwen 1998) (Chung and Kim (Gunther 1995)
Faber 1996) Eveland, and 2020)
Nathanson 1997)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo

(Gunther and (Landrum and (Corbu et al. (Gunther and (Price,


Thorson 1992) Olshansky 2020) 2020) Mundy 1993) Tewksbury, and
Huang 1998)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim
THIRD-PERSON EFFECT II

14ª. SESSÃO

(W. P. Eveland et (Brosius and (Gunther and (Gunther et al. (Scharrer and
al. 1999) Engel 1996) Storey 2003) 2006) Leone 2008)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo

(Duck and Mullin (Ștefăniță, Corbu, (Jensen and (Pham, Shancer, (Jeremy Cohen
1995) and Buturoiu Hurley 2005) and Nelson 2019) and Davis 1991)
2018)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(S.-Y. Park 2005) (Y. M. Baek et al. (Sun, Pan, and (H. S. Park et al. (Jonathan Cohen,
2018) Shen 2008) 2012) Tsfati, and
Sheafer 2008)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(Jang and Kim (Duck, Terry, and (Elder, Douglas, (Banning and (Jonathan Cohen
2018) Hogg 1995) and Sutton 2006) Sweetser 2007) and Tsfati 2009)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim
HOSTILE MEDIA PHENOMENON

15ª. SESSÃO
https://youtu.be/4ju9a7xIe6M

(Vallone, Ross, (Giner-Sorolla (Gunther and (William P. (Gunther 1992)


and Lepper 1985) and Chaiken Schmitt 2004) Eveland and Shah
1994) 2003)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Geisa Silva Carlos Humberto Robert Pinheiro Débora Britto
Raíza Silva Kaio de Jesus Pedro Nascimento Roberval Santos Luiz Gehlen
Wallison Araújo

(Coe et al. 2008) (Perloff 2015) (Rojas 2010) (Gunther and (Gunther and
Chia 2001) Liebhart 2006)
Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Gabriela Wenzel Eugénio Evandeco Letícia Alcântara
Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Iago Silva Eliane Roque Leonardo Almeida
Michelle Rubim

(Morris 2007) (Gearhart, Moe, (Arceneaux, (Schulz, Wirth, (Arpan and


and Zhang 2020) Johnson, and and Müller 2020) Raney 2003)
Murphy 2012)
Allyneanhy Oliveira Débora Britto Gabriela Wenzel Carlos Humberto Letícia Alcântara
Raíza Silva Luiz Gehlen Iago Silva Pedro Nascimento Leonardo Almeida

(Y. Kim and (Christen, (Tsfati 2007) (Hwang, Pan, and (Choi, Yang, and
Hwang 2018) Kannaovakun, Sun 2008) Chang 2009)
and Gunther
2002)
Robert Pinheiro Mateus Oliveira Emerson Nunes Geisa Silva Eugénio Evandeco
Roberval Santos Luana Lia Sena Antônio Heleno Kaio de Jesus Eliane Roque
Wallison Araújo Michelle Rubim
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