Published material (English material in bold)
Cardoso, D. (2015). Del amor a la amistad: la política de las relaciones. In S. Cendal (Ed.), M. Pérez (Trans.), (h)amor2 (pp. 53–66). Madrid: Continta Me Tienes.
- Cardoso, D. (2014). Review: Grebowicz, Margret. Why internet porn matters. Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies, 11(2), 320–323.
- Cardoso, D. (2014). My Spivak is bigger than yours: (Mis-)representations of polyamory in the Portuguese LGBT movement and mononormative rhetorics. LES Online, 6(1), 45–64.
- Ponte, C., & Cardoso, D. (2013). Em casa e no quarto: modelos de uso da internet por crianças e jovens (9-16 anos). In Nascidos Digitais: Novas Linguagens, Lazer e Dependências (pp. 253–267). Lisboa: Coisas de Ler.
Cardoso, D., Martins, I. R., & Coelho, S. (2013). Debating Polyamory as Research: an Auto-Ethnographic Account of a Round-Table on Polyamory and Lesbianism. LES Online, 5(1), 20–34.
- Cardoso, D. (2012). Reflex(ã)o nas sombras. In Revista (in)visível, 1: 124 - 129. Lisboa. ISSN: 2182-4363.
- Cardoso, D. (2012). Recensão "Seduzir ou Informar?". In Jornalismo & Jornalistas, 51. Lisboa: Clube de Jornalistas.
- Cardoso, D. (2012). Ficção científica (social) - As ténues fronteiras entre real e ficção. In J. M. Rosa (Ed.), Cibercultura e Ficção (pp. 203–214). Lisboa: Documenta.
- Cascais, F., & Cardoso, D. (2012). ‘Loving Many’: Polyamorous Love, Gender and Identity. In N. de H. García & M.-A. Tseliou (Eds.), Gender and Love: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (pp. 21–29). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
- Ponte, C., Simões, J. A., Jorge, A., & Cardoso, D. (Eds.). (2012). Crianças e Internet em Portugal - Acessos, Usos, Riscos, Mediações. Resultados do Inquérito Europeu EU Kids Online. Edições MinervaCoimbra.
- Álvares, Cláudia; Martins, Inês Rôlo; Cardoso, Daniel S. (2011). Argumentação numa esfera pública reticular: as vozes femininas online. Comunicação & Informação, 14(2), 47–65.
- Jorge, A.; Cardoso, D.; Ponte, C.; Haddon, L. (2011). Stakeholders’ consultation 2: general report. EU Kids Online, London, UK.
- Cardoso, Daniel S. 2011. "Poliamor, ou Da Dificuldade de Parir um Meme Substantivo", Interact, 17: 1 - 1. ISSN 2182-1402.
- Álvares, Cláudia; Cardoso, Daniel (2010) 'As Desigualdades do Amor', Revista de Comunicação & Cultura, 'Pós-Género', 9: 89 - 107.
- Ponte, Cristina; Cardoso, Daniel. 2008. "Notícias desalinhadas de crianças em linha. Como a imprensa configura riscos e oportunidades da Internet",Revista Comunicação e Sociedade, 13: 119 - 133.
- Part of the Editorial Board of Revista (In)Visível since 09/04/2013
- Cardoso, Daniel; Ponte, Cristina. 2015. "Entre informações, titilações e identificações: Os papéis da internet como recurso de informação sobre sexualidade para jovens". To be presented at 9º SOPCOM. 12-14 November 2015. Coimbra.
- Cardoso, Daniel; Mota, Mafalda. 2015. "A imprensa como facilitadora de voyeurismo sexual: Representações de BDSM e de fetichismo no jornalismo em Portugal". To be presented at 9º SOPCOM. 12-14 November 2015. Coimbra.
Conferences where I participated:
(the works that were originally presented in English and/or ar available in English are in bold)
- Ribeiro, Inês, Cardoso, Daniel S. 2015. "At the crossroads of deviance: gendered experiences of polyamorous women". 1st Non-Monogamies and Contemporary Intimacies Conference, Lisbon, 25-27 September 2015
- Pascoal, Patrícia; Cardoso, Daniel S.; Henriques, Rui. 2015. "Sexual satisfaction and distress in sexual functioning in a sample of the BDSM community: a comparison study between BDSM and non-BDSM contexts". 1st Non-Monogamies and Contemporary Intimacies Conference, Lisbon, 25-27 September 2015
- Cardoso, Daniel S. 2015. "Activismo não é tanto a minha praia, gosto mais de fazer mesmo as coisas". Concepções e contestações de participação cívica na cidadania para a intimidade. Presented at the Conferência Activismo em Tempos de Crise, FCSH-UNL, Lisbon, May 14-15, 2015
- Cardoso, Daniel S.; Ponte, Cristina. 2014. "Portuguese youngsters, new media and sexuality – information, activism and pleasure-seeking experiences". International Conference "Gender in focus: (new) trends in media". Braga, 20-21st June 2014.
- Cardoso, Daniel; Mota, Mafalda. 2014. The voyeuristic fascination of sexual alterity: BDSM and kink representations in Portuguese journalism. In Panel "Queering Communication and Media Studies". International Conference "Gender in focus: (new) trends in media". Braga, 20-21st June 2014.
- From Mono-Normative to Poly-Normative? Reflections on queer relational projects and (non-)monogamies. Presented at the 2nd European Geographies of Sexualities Conference, 7th September, Lisbon
- Cardoso, Daniel S. 2013. "Polyamory: Attempting an identitary meta-narrative". Presented at the Critical Social Psychology: Discourse, Materiality and Politics Conference, Barcelona, February 8th
- Cardoso, Daniel S. 2013. "Portuguese youngsters and sexualized usages of new media". Presented at the Midterm ESA Sexaulities Research Network Conference, London - January 15th
- Cardoso, Daniel S. 2012. "Reading books as spaces – Heterotopias against techno-scientific determinism". Presented at the Messengers from the Stars: Episode II Conference, Lisbon - November 28-30
- Cardoso, Daniel S. 2012. "‘Communicate, communicate, communicate': Sexual and intimacy ethics in polyamory". Part of the 'Polyamory' Symposium (click here for full symposium recording), with Sari van Anders and Alex Iantaffi. Presented at the IASR Conference 2012, Lisbon - July 8-11
- Cardoso, Daniel. 2012. "Orgasmic puppeteering: sex and sexuality in Portuguese women’s and men’s magazines". Part of the Symposium "Sexual and sexuality representations in magazines", with Sara Magalhães, Pedro Pinto, Carla Cerqueira and Conceição Nogueira. Presented at the 11th International Conference on Social Representations, Évora - June 25-28
- Cascais, Fernando; Cardoso, Daniel S. 2012. "Poliamor - género e feminismo, ausências presentes". Presented at the VII Portuguese Congress of Sociology, Oporto - June 20-23
- Simões, José A.; Ponte, Cristina; Jorge, Ana; Cardoso, Daniel. 2012. "Internet, riscos e segurança online de crianças e jovens: resultados portugueses do projecto EU Kids Online". Presented at the VII Portuguese Congress of Sociology, Oporto - June 20-23
- Cardoso, Daniel S. 2012. "“Communicate, communicate, communicate” - building ethical subjectivities within polyamory". Part of the panel "Polyamories: a multi-faceted look at non-monogamy", with Meg Barker, Christian Klesse and Jamie Heckert. Presented at the Sexual Cultures Conference, London. Please click on the panel link to have access to the the presentations of the panel
- Cardoso, Daniel S.; Martins, Inês R.; Coelho, Salomé. 2012. "Polyamory awareness-raising: An auto-ethnographic account of a round-table on polyamory and lesbianism". Presented at the Sexual Cultures Conference, London
- Cardoso, Daniel S. 2012. "Ficção científica (social) - As ténues fronteiras entre real e ficção". Presented at Colóquio Cibercultura e Ficção, Lisbon
- Cardoso, Daniel S; Cascais, António F. 2011. "Poliamor: género e não-monogamia na Internet", Presented at VII SOPCOM, Oporto
- Cardoso, Daniel S; Martins, Inês R. 2011. "(Ir)racionalidades da diferença sexual – manifestações genderizadas da esfera pública online no fórum ex aequo", Presented at VII SOPCOM, Oporto
- Cardoso, Daniel S; Cascais, António F. 2011. "Polyamory: gender and non-monogamy on the Internet", Presented at Naming and Framing: The Making of Sexual (In)Equality, In Culture, Health & Sexuality, Madrid.
- Cardoso, Daniel S; Cascais, António F. 2011. "Polyamory: relationship identities from sex to feelings", Presented at 10th Conference of the European Sociological Association, In Social Relations in Turbulent Times - Abstract Book, Genève.
- Cardoso, Daniel S; Ponte, Cristina. 2011. "Sexualized Technology: Portuguese Youngsters and the New Media", Presented at 10th Conference of the European Sociological Association, In ESA 10th Conference Abstract Book, Genève.
- Vieira, Paulo J; Cardoso, Daniel S. 2011. "Experiences of polyamory in Public Space: ethnographic self and alter-writing", Presented at EUROPEAN GEOGRAPHIES OF SEXUALITIES CONFERENCE, In EUROPEAN GEOGRAPHIES OF SEXUALITIES CONFERENCE - ebook of abstracts, Bruxels.
- Cardoso, Daniel S; Cascais, António F. 2011. "‘Loving Many’: Polyamorous Love, Gender and Identity", Presented at 1st Gender and Love Conference, In Conference Papers, Oxford.
- Vieira, Paulo J; Cardoso, Daniel. 2011. "Experiências de poliamor no espaço público: auto e hetero escrita etnográfica", Presented at VIII Congress of Portuguese Geography - Rethinking Geography to Face New Challenges, Lisbon.
- Cardoso, Daniel. 2011. Tempos e espaços da utilização da internet: a adicção e a cultura de quarto, Presented at the Final EU Kids Online II Portugal Conference, Lisbon.
- Álvares, Cláudia; Cardoso, Daniel. 2009. "The Inequalities of Love: Portraying Romantic Relationships in Women’s and Men’s Magazines", In Media, Communication and the Spectacle, ECREA, Rotterdam.
- Cardoso, Daniel S; Correia, Carla; Capella, Danielle. 2009. "Polyamory as a possibility of feminine empowerment", Presented at the 9th Conference of European Sociological Association, In Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Lisbon.
- Ponte, Cristina; Jorge, Ana M; Cardoso, Daniel. 2009. "Acessos e Usos: estudo de caso sobre a mediação das tecnologias em contexto escolar.", Presented at the VI Congresso SOPCOM, In Sessão de Comunicação e Educação, Congresso SOPCOM/Ibérico, Lisbon.
- Ponte, Cristina; Jorge, Ana M; Cardoso, Daniel. 2009. "Between access and use: a case-study on technology mediation in a school environment.", Presented at the V International Conference on Multimedia and ICT in Education (m-ICTE2009), In V International Conference on Multimedia and ICT in Education (m-ICTE2009), Lisbon.
- Ponte, Cristina; Cardoso, Daniel. 2009. "Training young trainers, empowering children", Presented at the Faro Euromeduc Seminar, In Young People and the Internet, Faro.
- Ponte, Cristina; Cardoso, Daniel S. 2009. "Explorando perfis de vulnerabilidade para uma sensibilização do risco. Contributos do Projecto EU Kids Online. ", Presented at the XVII Encontro da Adolescência, In Artigos EU Kids Online, Lisbon.
- Ponte, Cristina; Cardoso, Daniel S. 2009. "Atenção à Diferença Digital Entre Gerações", Presented at the ESA Research Network 18 Metting, In Media e Jornalismo - Europe and the Media , Lisbon.
- Ponte, Cristina; Cardoso, Daniel S. 2008. "Entre nativos digitais e fossos geracionais. Questionando acessos, usos e apropriações dos novos media por crianças e jovens", Presented at the XVI Encontro da Adolescência, In Artigos EU Kids Online, Lisbon.
- Ponte, Cristina; Cardoso, Daniel. 2008. "Generational gaps in internet use in Portugal at home and at school: implications for media literacy", Presented at the IAMCR XXVI International Conference, In Abstracts IAMCR World Congress Stokholm 2008, Stokholm.
Sexual and sexuality representations in magazines
Daniel Cardoso – ECATI – ULHT / FCSH – UNL
The media constitute an integral part of our lives and are, as with many other things, technologies of gender, that shape/are shaped by social and historical constructions of gender, sex and sexuality. Women’s and men’s magazines are perhaps an obvious locus of such a construction, since their economic and editorial rationale is based on a rhetoric that presumes a division between male and female. A substantial part of these magazines deals directly with the topics of sex and sexuality, as well as relationship and romantic advices. Utilizing queer theory, foucauldian analysis and the feminist critique of postfeminism in the context of a more individualized western society dedicated to scientia sexualis, the work presented here shows the resemblances in the treatment of gender issues in Portuguese magazines with other international studies (e.g: Gill, 2009). The objective is to try to understand the structural organization gender and sexuality through the analysis of these magazines, understanding how they operate as organizers of a (sexual) gendered experience, and reveal the tensions between the notion of sexual freedom and the postfeminist recuperation of patriarchal values and attitudes.
Three men’s and three women’s magazines were chosen for this analysis, with 5 numbers collected from each one during a year-and-a-half period (spanning 2008 and 2009). The main articles, drawn from the references made on the cover, were then analyzed by using the Computer Assisted Quantitative Discourse Analysis software, NVivo8, through an analysis table that focused on the dichotomy between Liberal Feminism topics and Postfeminism topics, their relevance, presence and absence. From this corpus, a sub-set of articles were chosen for qualitative discourse analysis. The final results, which will be detailed during the presentation, point to an instrumental approach to (female) sexuality, the reification of the heterosexual monogamous couple and affirmation of the primacy of male sexuality.
Keywords: magazines, gender, feminism, queer theory, sexuality
Polyamory awareness-raising: An auto-ethnographic account of a round-table on polyamory and lesbianism
Inês Rôlo Martins
Stemming from the auto-ethnographic and personal recounting of a round-table organized by a lesbian-focused activist group in Lisbon, Portugal, the authors reflect on the intersections between doing research, spreading that research, doing activism and working with / listening to sexual minorities as a way of critically involving the LGBT community and their concerns in the scientific process. As we’ll see, conflicting political and identity agendas might create tension between different minorities, and even the reinstatement of (homo-)normativity. We claim that only through debate, exposure and recognition (which mixes research, scientific dissemination and activism) can we think «about an issue in a way that takes account of the perspectives of others» (Young, 2000), but that the modes of performing debate also need to be critically reflected upon, keeping in sight the ethical concern for the intimate citizenship (Plummer, 1994) of those represented (and of those absent).