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A Genre Approach to Celebrity Politics
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Media imperialism beyond the Anglo-Saxon axis, or negotiated hybridity? Neo-Orientalist telenovelas and transnational business in Brazilian television
Since the beginning of the millennium, several Brazilian telenovelas have been partially produced abroad, incorporating in their storylines protagonists from different ethnic and religiousExpand
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Transnational activism, new and old media: The case of Israeli adoptees from Brazil
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This is a case study of transnational activism across media genres and platforms, focusing on young Israeli adoptees from Brazil, struggling to trace their biological origins, recover (to some extent) their culture of birth. Expand
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Celebrity and power in South America
Modeling politics? Female fashion models’ transition into Israeli politics
This article analyses the recent phenomenon of the passage of former models/television hosts into Israeli politics. The transition of these former models into politics can be seen as part of a widerExpand
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Global Maladies, Local In Treatment: "Quality" TV Fiction Formats, Glocal Forms of Prestige, and Cumulative Cross-Cultural Dialogues
With the rise of television formats in global television, several studies have examined the economic, political, and cultural aspects of this media product’s production and circulation. This studyExpand
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DECODING TELEVISION CENSORSHIP DURING THE LAST BRAZILIAN MILITARY REGIME
This essay focuses on television censorship during the last military regime in Brazil (1964–1985) by examining the performance of television censors employed by the Public Entertainment CensorExpand
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