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A expans?o do "feminino" no espa?o público brasileiro: novelas de televis?o nas décadas de 1970 e 80
Hamburger, Esther Império;
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-026X2007000100010
Abstract: this paper revisits the literature on media and gender studies in search of works that help to discuss the case of brazilian soap operas. a series of references coming from different theoretical perspectives, with emphasis in different countries and historical periods, bring up ideas and concepts that approach the contemporary desire to connect, to participate and to interact in terms conventionally associated to the female domain. examples from specific soap operas suggest the ways in which these prime time daily soaps blend documentary and fiction conventions and treat the brazilian nation in melodramatic terms. in doing so, soap operas have expanded what was conventionally treated as the female domain.
De Gabriela a Juma: imagens eróticas femininas nas telenovelas brasileiras
Klanovicz, Luciana Rosar Fornazari;
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-026X2010000100008
Abstract: this paper aims at discussing some images constituted as erotic on brazilian television. the brazilian soap operas gabriela (rede globo, 1975), and pantanal (rede manchete, 1990), and their main characters, gabriela and juma, will be analyzed in detail. the veja magazine had a most influent part in constituting such "erotic" subjects through the divulging and commenting of positive, seductive attributes on the bodies of the eroticized actresses. gabriela and juma are important characters because they support the stereotypes of a brazilian sensuality and the strong mundane aspects, such as sex-appeal and dark bodies. the text explores the brazilian television production (soap operas) in order to map the images which have contributed to build the subjectively brazilian eroticism.
Sistemas productivos y estrategias de posicionamiento de las telenovelas colombianas en Espa?a
Morales Morante,Luis Fernando;
Anagramas -Rumbos y sentidos de la comunicación- , 2011,
Abstract: during the last years, colombian soap operas have been introduced with several formulas in the spanish television grid, reducing in some seasons that space controlled by traditional latin american soap opera export groups. this research analyzes and compares economic factors and dominant narrative traits explaining soap operas positioning in the iberian country from 2005 to 2009. three important elements should be noticed: a diversified supply of securities in this country at very competitive prices; expansion of new markets and search for new formulas through multinational co-productions; and a reformulation o the audiovisual rhetoric adapted to a wider international market without losing the traditional essence as a melodrama narration.
Soap operas, to entertain and to educate
de la Barrera,Melina Ayres;
Cuadernos del CLAEH , 2008,
Abstract: soap operas are increasingly inserted in a concrete social reality. the representations constructed by soap operas are associated with daily life and social with the context in which they are immersed. this article discusses the narrow boundary between fiction and reality in soap operas, and the intent to educate throughout current real issues. with this purpose this study selected two soap operas written by manoel carlos and produced by brazilian red globo: mujeres apasionadas (2003) and páginas de la vida (2006).
Consumidoras e heroínas: gênero na telenovela
Almeida, Heloisa Buarque de;
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-026X2007000100011
Abstract: this article explores the relationship between television soap operas, consumption and gender, in order to understand how media is articulated to the promotion of goods and of consumer culture, and how gender is a very important axis of such articulation. the research has originally started from a soap opera reception ethnography, but unfolded in the analysis of the relationship between television and advertising, discussing the feminilization of consumption and the construction of a certain hegemonic female image both in soap operas and in advertising.
O apelo emocional e a mobiliza o para delibera o
Angela Cristina Salgueiro Marques,Rousiley Celi Moreira Maia
Contemporanea : Revista de Comunica??o e Cultura , 2003,
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to evidence how a mobilization to public deliberation can unfold itself from emotional appeal derived from ficional stories. In showing alternative conceptions of homoerotic subjects, two Brazilian TV soap operas, A Próxima Vítima (Globo, 1995) and Torre de Babel (Globo, 1998-99), have challenged traditional discourses and hegemonic cultural meanings, motivating individuals and social groups to assume a political moral perspective on this matter and to present their voices in the mediatic scene. Such voices have promoted a network of points of view and arguments on several controversial questions concerning the homoerotic bond. Our effort is to investigate the manner through which the deliberation on certain polemic questions can approximate or retreat a plurality of life-experiences, in such a way that the social actors construct and re-elaborate common understandings, while arguing on their differences.
La telenovela en el mundo
Medina,Mercedes; Barrón,Leticia;
Palabra Clave , 2010,
Abstract: transnationalization and globalization of the latin american soap opera industry are examined in this article from an economic perspective, with a special emphasis on development of the industry in terms of production and distribution by the major exporters of this genre, and the industry's influence on the emergence of new producers in other parts of the world, such as the united states and europe
O processo de cria??o das telenovelas
Oguri, Lúcia Maria Bittencourt;Chauvel, Marie Agnes;Suarez, Maribel Carvalho;
Revista de Administra??o de Empresas , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-75902009000100006
Abstract: managers in the creative industries have to deal with demand unpredictability and uncertainty. this characteristic does not prevent companies in this sector from trying to pursue knowledge about their consumers and, armed with this knowledge, from articulating the development of new products. this work investigates how the globo broadcasting network uses information that comes from viewers for preparing its soap operas. this is a case study that focuses on the types of information and the means by which the company gets feedback from its consumers and on the structure and organizational dynamic that allows for the use of this information in developing its soap operas. the results indicate an adherence to the improvisational model proposed by kamoche and cunha (2001), where a minimum structure allows for coherence and favors flexibility when it comes to including modifications based on audience reaction.
FóRUM - O PROCESSO DE CRIA O DAS TELENOVELAS
Lúcia Maria Bittencourt Oguri,Marie Agnes Chauvel,Maribel Carvalho Suarez
Revista de Administra??o de Empresas , 2009,
Abstract: Managers in the creative industries have to deal with demand unpredictability and uncertainty. This characteristic does not prevent companies in this sector from trying to pursue knowledge about their consumers and, armed with this knowledge, from articulating the development of new products. This work investigates how the Globo Broadcasting network uses information that comes from viewers for preparing its soap operas. This is a case study that focuses on the types of information and the means by which the company gets feedback from its consumers and on the structure and organizational dynamic that allows for the use of this information in developing its soap operas. The results indicate an adherence to the improvisational model proposed by Kamoche and Cunha (2001), where a minimum structure allows for coherence and favors flexibility when it comes to including modifications based on audience reaction.
Research Notes ~ The Audiocast Diaries: Reflections on radio and podcasting for delivery of educational soap operas
Wendy Elliott
International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning , 2006,
Abstract: March 24, 2005: While studying Gender Issues in Distance Education at Athabasca University, I read about the nomadic Fulbe women in Nigeria who learned by radio. I could understand their concerns with uninspired educational radio programs that did “not take into consideration the rhythm of . . . [their] lives” (Usman, 2001, p. 98). There was one tiny reference to a drama series, but as a scriptwriter and a woman interested in the power of storytelling as education, I was intrigued. The idea of serial drama as education was planted in my mind...
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