Democracy at work: pressure and propaganda pressure and propaganda in Portugal and Brazil

Rita Figueiras, Paula Espírito Santo, Isabel Ferin Cunha

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Democracy at Work: Pressure and Propaganda in Portugal and Brazil addresses democracy both as an institutional value system and as a practice. How are the media exerting their mediation role? How are the media re-(a)presenting the political world to society? Are different media voices offering diversified and complementary perspectives on politics? How is propaganda perceived within different democratic and economic contexts? Is political trust and mistrust shaping the strategy of propaganda? These questions are addressed in theoretical and empirical chapters in a book that addresses problems which are in need of urgent discussion, as their impact and consequences are deeply transforming politics and the way politics is communicated, lived and understood by its main actors. Within this framework, Political Communication Studies has a major role in identifying and urging new diagnosis of, and insights into, the political and the media systems, and, above all, how both the people and political institutions can both survive crisis and improve democracy in the Lusophone world. This book aims at making a contribution to that acknowledgment.
Idioma originalEnglish
Local da publicaçãoCoimbra
EditoraImprensa da Universidade de Coimbra
Número de páginas135
ISBN (eletrónico)9789892609171
ISBN (impresso)9789892609164
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Estado da publicaçãoPublicado - 1 jan. 2014

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