Brazil, the United States, and the Good Neighbor Policy : The Triumph of Persuasion during World War II Hardback
In The Triumph of Persusasion: Brazil, United States, and the Good Neighbor Policy during World War II, Alexandre Busko Valim studies the use of cinema in Brazil as an instrument of political persuasion by the United States during the period of the so-called Good Neighbor policy during World War II by examining extensive documentation found in the National Archives in College Park, Maryland.
In doing so, Valim demonstrates the modus operandi of media imperialism: its mapping strategies and control of the market, its actions, and its objectives of domination.
When thinking about the place of images as a means of convincing and imposing an ideological project, the author notes the methods necessary to examine this relationship between art and politics, a problem that is central in the contemporary world.
Scholars of Latin American Studies, international relations, history, political science, and media studies will find this book particularly useful.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 276 pages, 0 Illustrations, unspecified
- Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
- Publication Date: 01/12/2019
- Category: History of the Americas
- ISBN: 9781793613288
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