Andreia Micaela Sardinha do Nascimento
Director of the Department of Communication and Culture at the Academic Association of the University of Madeira, since 2008. Degree in Sociology from the Autonomous University of Lisbon, licenciada in Communication, Culture and Organizations and Master in Cultural Management by the University of Madeira, with dissertation When identity The social and cultural projection of the Maritime, National and Union in Madeira between 1910-1926, 1945-1955 and 1974-1987 / 88, is a doctorate in Sociology at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon, with the project In addition to Secondary Education: Youth autonomy and mobility in the construction of life projects linked to higher education. She is an integrated non-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon and is a contributor to the Center for Literature and Lusophone and European Cultures - University of Madeira. He was a guest member in 2011 of the Madeira News Diary's Board of Readers, for which he collaborated between 2010 and 2015. He has been a member of the Madeira University Council of Culture since 2012. He has been a lecturer in conferences, has integrated projects of research and has participated actively in the publications of the Academic Press, an editorial seal of the Academic Association of the University of Madeira, with coauthor of Max, the Genial and Irrequieto Artist (ISBN 9789899824348), participation, with the authorship of a chapter, in the works Nac100nal: Centenary Album 1910-2010 (ISBN 9789892022079) and University of Madeira: 25 years (ISBN 9789898805010) and integrating the editorial review team of the published texts.
Member of the Organizing Committee of the 500th Anniversary International Congress of the Diocese of Funchal: The First Global Diocese, September 2014.
Member of the Secretariat of the Preparatory Seminar of the International Congress: 500 Years of the Diocese of Funchal: The First Global Diocese. 2014
Collaboration in the Encyclopedic Dictionary of Madeira, with the authorship of 6 entries, within the scope of the project 'Learn Madeira':
Coordination of the project "For the right to education", developed by the Académica da Madeira and financed by the Regional Secretariat of Education of the Autonomous Region of Madeira for prevention and fight against school dropout at the University of Madeira, 2017-2018.
Coordination of the Madeiran Heritage cultural project promoted by the Académica da Madeira and awarded with the Good Practices of Young Volunteer Award and the University Volunteer Award, 2017.
Member of the Madeira University working group inserted in the Health and
Welfare in Higher Education, coordinated by the National Alcohol Forum
and Health (FNAS) and by the Coordinating Council of the Higher Institutes
Polytechnic (CCISP), 2017-2018.
Member of the Coordination Group of the Campaign "Que Queres ?, Prevention of violence in courtship, promoted by the Institute of Social Security of Madeira, IP-RAM, Regional Secretariat for Inclusion and Social Affairs, 2017-2018.
Presentation of the communication Racism, the voice of the periphery in the Colloquium 'Rap and Popular Literature', Santana, Madeira Island, in 2012 and Result: Placed A sociographic portrait of students enrolled in the 1st year at the University of Madeira, Portuguese Congress of Sociology , Covilhã, 2018.
Participation in the Book Fair of Funchal 2018, member of round table under the theme The forbidden book is the most desired, Funchal, May 2018.
In this research, the study of the motivations and expectations of young adolescent finalists in secondary education in the Autonomous Region of Madeira is discussed, as the life projects related to higher education are constructed. This sociological object is viewed, from the theoretical point of view, from a sociology of individuation with centrality in the concept of youthful autonomy and the analysis focuses on the identification of the main factors of attraction that determine the choice of the Institution of Higher Education exploring the relationship between student mobility and the conditions of access to an experience of juvenile status.