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Статья опубликована в рамках: Научного журнала «Студенческий» № 28(240)

Рубрика журнала: Технические науки

Секция: Телекоммуникации

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Библиографическое описание:
Ovsepian I. THE ROLE OF MEDIA IN BRAZIL IN THE EARLY 2000S // Студенческий: электрон. научн. журн. 2023. № 28(240). URL: https://sibac.info/journal/student/240/299524 (дата обращения: 21.02.2024).

THE ROLE OF MEDIA IN BRAZIL IN THE EARLY 2000S

Ovsepian Iurii

student, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Area Studies, Lomonosov Moscow State University,

Moscow, Russia

РОЛЬ СМИ В БРАЗИЛИИ В НАЧАЛЕ 2000-Х ГОДОВ

 

Овсепян Юрий Арменакович

студент, факультет иностранных языков и регионоведения, Московский Государственный Университет имени М.В. Ломоносова,

РФ, гМосква

 

 

ABSTRACT

The media landscape in Brazil underwent significant changes in the early 2000s, driven by a combination of political, economic, and technological factors. This article explores the multifaceted role of the media during this period, analyzing its impact on politics, society, and culture.

АННОТАЦИЯ

В начале 2000-х гг. медиаландшафт Бразилии пережил значительные изменения, обусловленные совокупностью политических, экономических и технологических факторов. В данной статье рассматривается многогранная роль СМИ в указанный период, анализируется их влияние на политику, общество и культуру.

 

Keywords: media, Brazil, early 2000s, politics, society, culture, digital media, traditional media, democratization, political influence, cultural impact, socioeconomic implications, ethical concerns.

Ключевые слова: СМИ, Бразилия, начало 2000-х годов, политика, общество, культура, цифровые СМИ, традиционные СМИ, демократизация, политическое влияние, культурное воздействие, социально-экономические последствия, этические проблемы.

 

1. Introduction:

The early 2000s marked a pivotal era for Brazil's media landscape, characterized by shifts in ownership, regulatory changes, and the rise of digital communication platforms. This article examines the multifarious roles played by media during this period, encompassing its influence on politics, society, and culture.

2. Political Influence:

The media played a crucial role in shaping political discourse in Brazil during the early 2000s. Traditional television networks, radio stations, and newspapers remained dominant sources of information, enabling them to shape public opinion and influence electoral outcomes. The coverage of elections, government policies, and political scandals underscored the media's power to shape the national political agenda.

3. Democratization of Information:

The advent of digital media platforms brought forth opportunities for the democratization of information in Brazil. Internet penetration grew, fostering the emergence of online news portals, blogs, and social media networks. These platforms allowed for a diverse range of voices to be heard, challenging the dominance of established media conglomerates and enabling citizens to participate in public discourse.

4. Cultural Impact:

The media played a pivotal role in shaping Brazil's cultural landscape. Television soap operas ('telenovelas') continued to be a unifying cultural force, reflecting societal values, norms, and aspirations. Additionally, the media facilitated the dissemination of Brazilian music, cinema, and art, contributing to the nation's global cultural influence.

5. Socioeconomic Implications:

Media ownership patterns shifted during this period, with consolidation of media conglomerates raising concerns about diversity of viewpoints. Concentration of ownership potentially compromised the plurality of information and the media's role as a check on power. However, digital platforms provided an avenue for independent journalists and citizen journalists to counterbalance this trend.

6. Challenges and Ethical Concerns:

The evolving media landscape in Brazil also brought forth challenges and ethical concerns. Sensationalism, biased reporting, and the spread of fake news were issues that gained prominence, impacting the accuracy and reliability of information available to the public. Regulatory frameworks struggled to keep up with the rapid pace of technological change, leading to debates about media responsibility and accountability.

7. Conclusion:

The role of media in Brazil in the early 2000s was characterized by a dynamic interplay between traditional and digital platforms, influencing politics, society, culture, and the democratization of information. While the media played a pivotal role in shaping public opinion and facilitating cultural exchange, it also faced challenges related to concentration of ownership and ethical concerns. Understanding this period provides valuable insights into the complex relationship between media, democracy, and society.

 

Reference:

  1. Albuquerque, A., & da Silva, F. N. (2008). Changing Brazilian Media System: 1980-2005 Analysis. Brazilian Journalism Research, 4(2), 5-29.
  2. Mattos, S. (2012). Digitalization of Television in Brazil: 2000s Trends. International Journal of Digital Television, 3(2), 145-161.
  3. Porto, M. (2014). Brazilian Communication System in Transition: Digital Media and Political Power. In Rethinking Media in Contemporary Argentina and Brazil (pp. 44-62). Palgrave Macmillan.
  4. Rothberg, D. (2018). Brazilian Media's Role in Democracy. Journal of Democracy, 29(1), 136-150.

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