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Master's Dissertation
Full name
Tatiane Maíra Klein
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
São Paulo, 2013
Gallois, Dominique Tilkin (President)
Figueiredo, Marina Vanzolini
Pimentel, Spensy Kmitta
Title in Portuguese
Práticas midiáticas e redes de relação entre os Kaiowá e Guarani em Mato Grosso do sul
Keywords in Portuguese
Práticas midiáticas
Redes de relações
Reflexividade cultural
Abstract in Portuguese
Observando processos de apropriação de tecnologias de comunicação por povos indígenas, essa dissertação apresenta uma etnografia de práticas midiáticas realizadas pelos povos Kaiowa e Guarani, em Mato Grosso do Sul. Seu principal objetivo é pensar a produção de narrativas midiáticas de autoria indígena como uma forma de objetivação de saberes e de reflexividade cultural, capaz de multiplicar ou atualizar relações eficazes entre pessoas e coletivos. Assim, busca descrever as formas como coletivos indígenas escolhem performar a cultura em plataformas midiáticas, tendo em mente que o uso de tecnologias de comunicação por povos indígenas faz aparecer não apenas produtos. Navegando por redes de relações ameríndias, esses produtos e discursos midiáticos adquirem significados específicos em comunicação com humanos e não-humanos.
Title in English
Media practices and relation networks between the Kaiowá and Guarani in Mato Grosso do Sul
Keywords in English
Cultural reflexivity
Media practices
Relation networks
Abstract in English
Observing processes communication technologies appropriation by indigenous peoples, this dissertation brings up an ethnography on media practices conducted by Kaiowa and Guarani peoples in Mato Grosso do Sul. Its main purpose is to present indigenous driven media processes as a form of objectification of knowledge and cultural reflexivity, which is able to multiply or update effective relations between people and collectives. Thus, it attempts to describe the forms chosen by indigenous collectives to perform "culture" in media platforms, keeping in mind that the use of communication technologies by indigenous peoples does not produce and show only its products. Navigating through Amerindian relation networks, these products and media discourses acquire specific meanings in communication with human and non human relations.
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