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“The Press Motivated Me”: Life Histories with the Media in Brazil

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Brazil, with commercial broadcasting and a political press, moved from dictatorship to democracy during the transition after Franco in Spain, with its noncommercial system. This coincidence creates a natural experiment in how political and media systems relate to citizens' subjective experiences. Comparing limited life histories from Brazil to previous American and Spanish narratives suggests two relationships: between market-oriented broadcasting and a postmodern consumer stance, and between a politically committed press and an engaged citizen stance.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: University of Illinois at Chicago, USA 2: Universidad Rey Juan Carlos I 3: State University of Bahia

Publication date: 2006-07-01

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