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|Mimicking a public sphere: down beat and jazz critic’s polls, 1953-1970
|Recent research in institutional process has evoked the role of power and interests. Through discourse, actors reproduce domination. Throughout this paper, I analyse the web of discursive justifications deployed by Down Beat editors to justify its critics's poll, along the period from 1953 to 1970. I argue that DB attempted to mimic a democratic forum, but faced fierce condemnation to its poll from critics and artistis. I characterize Down Beat's rhetoric under the frame of symbolic violence proposed by Bourdieu. I conclude this article on a discussion on a symbolic appropriation and collusion, which might occur in tandem with institutional effort.
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|O INSPER E ESTE REPOSITÓRIO NÃO DETÊM OS DIREITOS DE USO E REPRODUÇÃO DOS CONTEÚDOS AQUI REGISTRADOS. É RESPONSABILIDADE DOS USUÁRIOS INDIVIDUAIS VERIFICAR OS USOS PERMITIDOS NA FONTE ORIGINAL, RESPEITANDO-SE OS DIREITOS DE AUTOR OU EDITOR
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