2019
DOI: 10.1590/1809-43412019v16a211
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Abstract: This article is the result of a collective study conducted by anthropology researchers who study electronic games from the Center for Studies of Modernity (NEMO), INCT / InEAC / UFF. It is an analysis of a game produced during the 2018 election campaign entitled “Bolsomito 2k18”. The fieldwork began shortly after the game's release, just before the first round of voting, and lasted until the forty-fifth day of the new Jair Bolsonaro government. The article is presented in three parts: in the first, we present … Show more

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“…Hilltendo focused on imposing Hillary Clinton popularity with some negative framing, such as Hillary as Middle East agency with Money-oriented agenda and a person who would plan to change the constitution (Pagliary & O'Sullivan, 2018). This practice was copied in Brazil with the mobile games Bolsomito 2K18 to persuade the users to play the Bolsonaro character to kill the political opponent and minority group activist (Gomes et al, 2019). These two cases are directly linked with right-wing populism groups (conservative) in Brazil and USA.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Hilltendo focused on imposing Hillary Clinton popularity with some negative framing, such as Hillary as Middle East agency with Money-oriented agenda and a person who would plan to change the constitution (Pagliary & O'Sullivan, 2018). This practice was copied in Brazil with the mobile games Bolsomito 2K18 to persuade the users to play the Bolsonaro character to kill the political opponent and minority group activist (Gomes et al, 2019). These two cases are directly linked with right-wing populism groups (conservative) in Brazil and USA.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%