“At the other end” of Brazil: experiences based on the writings of Stuart Hall at the Amazon region

Abstract

Focused on the Stuart Hall's border thinking, this article problematizes the importance of culture studies about the communication forms as socio-cultural practices at the Amazon region. It analyzes seven Master's dissertation that reassert the present situation of the Ja­maican intellectual in Brazilian North region, showing thus: a) dynamic and multifaceted processes of the construction of identities; b) communication forms and technologies that diversify and disclose. The thought established in these analyzed works based the contribu­tion of Hall's thought and socio-cultural practices at the other end of Brazil.

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Published
2016-12-23
How to Cite
Pacheco, A., Malcher, M., & Miranda, F. (2016). “At the other end” of Brazil: experiences based on the writings of Stuart Hall at the Amazon region. MATRIZes, 10(3), 89-104. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v10i3p89-104
Section
Stuart Hall, his history