A história dos estudos de comunicação nas Américas: uma visão dos Estados Unidos

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História transnacional da pesquisa em comunicação, Américas, Geopolítica, Dinâmica do conhecimento

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Este ensaio reflete sobre o potencial de estudos que tratem com sensibilidade as histórias da pesquisa em mídia e comunicação nas Américas. Iniciando a escrita a partir dos contextos dos estudos de comunicação dos EUA, refletimos sobre algumas das bases da hegemonia norte-americana na história e historiografia desse campo. Destacamos a importância do trabalho que, por um lado, descentraliza e coloca em perspectiva os EUA e, por outro, mapeia os fluxos transnacionais e as dinâmicas inter-regionais que moldaram os estudos de comunicação em todas as suas variações nas Américas. Em seguida, exemplificamos como poderia ser uma história transnacional das relações entre EUA e América Latina, fornecendo uma periodização preliminar desde o início do século XX até os dias atuais.

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2023-12-28

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Simonson, P., Pooley, J., & Park, D. (2023). A história dos estudos de comunicação nas Américas: uma visão dos Estados Unidos. MATRIZes, 17(3), 189-216. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v17i3p189-216

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Internacionalização, seus Desequilíbrios e Desafios em Desenvolvimento