Digital disruption in popular media practices in Brazil

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Ana Cristina Suzina

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This article discusses the digital disruption in
popular media practices in Brazil. It is based
on interviews conducted from 2014 to 2016
with 55 communicators attached to 20 social
movements and community associations
all over the country. The results show a
prevalence of analogical media that coexist
with different grades of appropriation of digital
technologies. The lack of resources explains
part of this coexistence, so socioeconomic
conditions still represent a barrier for the
development of popular media. But there are
also practical and strategical reasons that
justify these choices. Mainly, it is important
to observe how digital disruption is a long
standing process that transforms practices
both in the level of technical options but also
in the sense of developing media for social
change.

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Suzina, A. (2018). Digital disruption in popular media practices in Brazil. Commons. Revista De Comunicación Y Ciudadanía Digital, 7(1), 172-192. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.uca.es/index.php/cayp/article/view/3650
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Ana Cristina Suzina, Université Catholique de Louvain / CAPES

PhD student at CriDIS – Université catholique de Louvain, in Belgium, with a scholarship from CAPES Foundation. Her thesis focuses in the issue of asymmetries in democracy, taking as case studies popular media practices in Brazil. Email: anasuzina@hotmail.com

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