Hermes de Andrade Júnior

 

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Email: handradejunior@gmail.com

 

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Biographical note and Research Interests

Hermes de Andrade Júnior, Ph.D. Professor, graduated in international relations and military sciences, with a master’s degree in Sociology (UFRRJ, Brazil) and doctorate in Public Health (ENSP / FIOCRUZ, Brazil). Member of transdisciplinary professorship, journalist, musician and environmental activist. He is one of the creators of the society of friends of the environmental protection area of Leme Hill, in Rio de Janeiro (SOAPA-Leme) and the Working Group on Intercultural Communication of the Society of Communication Researchers of Portugal (SOPCOM), Senior Researcher of the Center for Philosophical and Humanistic Studies of the Catholic University (CEFH / FFCS / UC) in Braga, Portugal.

Relevant Publications

Andrade Júnior, Hermes (2017). Brazilian National War College (ESG) in Politics and its Culture: A Study on Military Thinking About The Agrarian Question. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition, 2017, USA. ISBN-10: 1978106270. ISBN-13: 978-11978106277.
Rosinha, A. J., Silva, B., Souza, M., Junior R. C. & Junior H. A. (2018).The influence of the future expectation on quality of life of cadets of portuguese army. Millenium, 2(6), 59-68. doi:10.29352/mill0206.05.00184
Andrade Júnior, Hermes (2018).Reverse Logistics and Solid Waste: Challenges for the National Waste Policy (PNRS) In Brazil in Handbook of Research on Supply Chain Management for Sustainable inable Development (IGI GLOBAL) ISBN13: 9781522557579; EISBN13: 9781522557586  doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-5757-9.ch015
Andrade Júnior, Hermes & Borges, Paulo C. R. (2018).Segurança alimentar e imagem organizacional: o uso do vensim® na redução do desperdício. Revista Gestão Industrial v.14, n.2., p.159-185. doi:10.3895/gi.v14n2.7151
Andrade Júnior, Hermes (2018). Climate change and storytelling: Narratives and cultural meaning in environmental communication. Culture & Psychology, 0 (0), 1-5.  doi:10.1177%2F1354067X18808763