Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Human Sciences at the Catholic University of Portugal. She is also a post-doctoral researcher at the Research Centre for Communication and Culture Studies, and coordinator of the post-graduate course on Communication and Social Media. Holding a PhD in Communiation Sciences, her research interests are digital media, young children, mobile communication, marketing and public relations. She is a member of the COST actions eRead and DigitLitEY, of CEDAR (Consortium on Emerging Directions in Audience Research) and also of the European Commission's project "Young Children (0-8) and Digital Technologies". She is author of "Living in the Digital Society" (2014) and "The Mobile Phone and Daily Life" (2008).
Brito, R., Dias, P. & Oliveira, G. (2018). “Young children, digital media and smart toys: How perceptions shape adoption and domestication”. In British Journal of Educational Technology. | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/bjet.12655| Available at https://goo.gl/d4LPaK| Indexed in Scopus Q1 Education, IF 1,34.
Dias, L. & Dias, P. (2018). “Beyond Advertising Narratives: Josefinas and their storytelling products”. In Anàlisi. Barcelona: Autonomous University of Barcelona. |DOI: https://doi.org/10.5565/rev/analisi.3118 | Available at https://goo.gl/cnh9AN | Indexed in Scopus, Latíndex e IN-RECS.
Dias, P. & Brito, R. (2017). “Crianças até 8 anos e Tecnologias Digitais no Lar: Os pais como modelos, protetores, supervisores e companheiros”. In OBS – Observatório 11(2), 72-90. Available at https://goo.gl/RW2PGY | Indexed in Scopus, Q3 Communication, Impact factor: 0,17.
Kuzmičová, A., Dias, P., Vogrinčič Čepič, A., Bech Albrechtslund, A.M., Casado, A., Kotrla Topić, M., Mínguez López, X., Nilsson S.K. & Teixeira-Botelho, I. (2017). “Reading and Company: Embodiment and social space in silent reading practices." In Literacy. doi: 10.1111/lit.12131 Available at https://goo.gl/QjrNky | Indexed in Scopus, Q1 Language and Literacy, Q2 Education. Impact Factor 0,622.
Dias, P. (2016). “Motivations for Multi-screening: An exploratory study on motivations and gratifications”. In European Journal of Communication, 1-16.https://doi.org/10.1177/0267323116674111 | Available at https://goo.gl/R2eYRx | Indexed in Scopus Q1 Communication, Impact Factor 1,408.