Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History 2020
DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780199366439.013.548
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Abstract: The period following the end of Getúlio Vargas’s second government (1951–1954) saw a massive expansion of the media industries, with popular music in particular becoming an important cultural touchstone. A major feature of the postwar period was the politicization of music and other media such as radio, television, and social media. Other salient trends include the incorporation of international musical influences (especially jazz, rock, and countercultural postures) into Brazilian musical production starting … Show more

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