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By Naomi Pueo Wood,Gabriela Antunes,Carolina Rocha,Leonardo Custódio,Cacilda Rêgo,Aline Frey,Anthony Pahnke,María Mercedes Vázquez Vázquez

This volume examines a number of the ways in which Brazil has been represented and seeks to symbolize itself in renowned media. It seems to be at social inequalities, racial divisions, and legacies of political restructuring because it illuminates the demanding situations and possibilities that the kingdom faces at the moment and going into arrangements for and restoration from the approaching mega occasions, either the 2014 global Cup and 2016 summer season Olympics. Drawing at the services of students within the fields of movie and media reports, political technological know-how, social circulate research, and cultural reports this quantity gains chapters analyzing the position of stereotyped Brazilian id and myths of what it potential to be Brazilian, the growing to be curiosity in favela—slum—culture, and sites of resistance in modern Brazilian society.

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