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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.100.2021.tde-06072021-202628
Document
Author
Full name
Wiverson Azarias
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2021
Supervisor
Committee
Correa, Cynthia Harumy Watanabe (President)
Holanda, Adriane Figueirola Buarque de
Santos, João Guilherme Bastos dos
Vieira, Adriana Barsotti
Title in Portuguese
"É fake!": A recepção de notícias falsas em páginas brasileiras do Facebook
Keywords in Portuguese
Análise de discurso
Debate público
Etnografia virtual
Fake news
Imaginário político
Abstract in Portuguese
A pesquisa descrita nesta dissertação teve como objetivo principal identificar as ideias e percepções sobre o debate público expressas por consumidores de fake news no Facebook. O objeto da análise consistiu em comentários postados por usuários da plataforma em resposta às publicações de duas páginas já conhecidas por difundirem desinformação: a página oficial do portal Gospel Prime (facebook.com/gospelprime) e a do site Falando Verdades (facebook.com/Falandoverdades.com.br). Etnografias virtuais foram realizadas em ambos estes ambientes on-line, ao passo que os comentários dos internautas foram registrados por meio de printscreens. Por fim, tal material foi submetido a uma análise de discurso, utilizada para lançar luz sobre as representações e crenças subjacentes às falas coletadas. Ao final deste empreendimento, constatou-se a manutenção de duas concepções distintas de debate público: Os seguidores do Gospel Prime demonstraram entender o embate político-ideológico como expressão da guerra entre céu e inferno - com os conservadores defendendo as virtudes cristãs e a palavra de Deus, ao passo que os "esquerdistas" comporiam uma facção conspiradora a serviço do anticristo. Os seguidores do Falando Verdades, por sua vez, resumiram o debate público enquanto um conflito perdido, posto a derrota do progressismo em 2018 e a subsequente ascensão de conservadores considerados inaptos, pouco inteligentes e obscurantistas
Title in English
"Its Fake!: The reception of fake news on Brazilian Facebook pages
Keywords in English
Discourse analysis
Fake news
Political imaginary
Public debate
Virtual ethnography
Abstract in English
The research described in this dissertation had as main goal to identify the ideas and perceptions about the public debate expressed by consumers of fake news on Facebook. The object of the analysis consisted of comments posted by the platform users in response to the publications of two pages already known for spreading disinformation: the official page of the Gospel Prime portal (facebook.com/gospelprime) and that of the Falando Verdades website (facebook.com/Falandoverdades.com.br). Virtual ethnographies were carried out in both online environments, while the comments of internet users were recorded through printscreens. Finally, such material was subjected to a discourse analysis, used to shed light on the representations and beliefs underlying the comments collected. At the end of this undertaking, two distinct concepts of public debate were observed: The followers of Gospel Prime demonstrated that they understood the political-ideological struggle as an expression of the war between heaven and hell - with conservatives defending the christian virtues and the word of God, while the "leftists" would compose a conspiratorial faction servant of antichrist. The followers of Falando Verdades, in turn, understood the public debate as a lost conflict, given the defeat of progressivism in 2018 and the subsequent rise of conservatists considered inepts, unintelligents and obscurantists
 
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2022-05-13
 
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