A modernidade imediata e 'leve', 'liquida', 'fluida' e infinitamente mais dinamica que a modernidade 'solida' que suplantou. A passagem de uma a outra. Zygmunt Bauman was a Polish sociologist and philosopher. He was driven out of Poland by a .. Sociedade, Linguagem e Modernidade Líquida. of Alone Again – Ethics After Certainty () from the official publisher Demos (PDF). Modernidade líquida. Rio de proposing the intersection between personal Janeiro: Jorge Zahar, brands – sustained by “testimonies” that ______.
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Permitam-me repetir: Por que isso aconteceu? According to Jhally, At the material, concrete and historical levels, advertising has specifically to do with the com- mercialization of goods, and it came to a place of prominence in modern society as discourse via and about objects. Mi Vida. Reflections on Time, trad. He compared the Israeli West Bank barrier to the walls of the Warsaw Ghetto where hundreds of thousands of Jews had died in the Holocaust.
In this it is about, when discussing a subjectivity that sense, the narrative is a strategy for aestheticizing is alterdirected or exteriorized. The scene, in which intimacy is exposed as a form of mediatization of intimacy in television media, mediatic existence, in constructing characters according to Bauman, the spectacles of sincerity that no longer differentiate between the public serve personal goals as well as those of big and private spheres: Loduccca agency, produced by O2 Filmes and directed by Fernando Meirelles, well known for In the next section, I will analyze the his feature films such as Cidade de Deus and commercials of the Nextel campaign, with Blindness.
The first phase of the campaign the goal of discussing these questions and included seven commercials. The second phase of the services for corporations.
Founded in campaign began in March of , with three , it arrived in Brazil ten years later. It would not of one of the networks can communicate make sense to tamper with a campaign that with users of the services of other networks, successfully repositioned the Nextel brand. Accessed on: The big difference is commercials and speak of their success in that in these commercials the metaphor of the road gives way to that of the mountain, and business endeavors, despite the difficulties they that the filming was done by the characters have encountered.
The moving images suggest themselves. The signature: The high profile personalities addressed, serves to communicate the possibility suggest a trajectory of success in their respective that other ordinary individuals will be accepted areas, such as cuisine Alex Atala, head chef of in the Nextel club. His 5 Commercial available on YouTube at: In Bel- gium I had to paint walls.
At the same time, the sign surround you and close in on you. Time, quality and productivity. At the end, when the form of the thirty-second commercial. It then returns to the road, and perceived as privileged according to common the image becomes divided, with a graphic wisdom: This is the place in which the protagonists are situated, partly doing the filming themselves, At the beginning of the commercial, to the with close-ups, and, as we saw from the press sound of a ringing Nextel cell phone, we see release above, using ordinary digital cameras.
In There is a sense of continuity in relation to the the background, there is a valley with a river previous phase: I had dyslexia and so I created poems in my creation for highly successful TV programs, such head. Pages and pages, all in my head.
In the case of the Fernanda Young piece, in the beginning of the commercial, when the camera is approaching, and in the end, when it is drawing back, someone else is operating the camera. The image quality also suggests a level of production that is beyond the capacity of a simple digital camera.
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It involved control over nature, hierarchical bureaucracy, rules and regulations, control and categorisation — all of which attempted to remove gradually personal insecurities, making the chaotic aspects of human life appear well-ordered and familiar. Later in a number of books Bauman began to develop the position that such order-making never manages to achieve the desired results. When life becomes organised into familiar and manageable categories, he argued, there are always social groups who cannot be administered, who cannot be separated out and controlled.
In his book Modernity and Ambivalence Bauman began to theorise about such indeterminate persons in terms of an allegorical figure he called, 'the stranger.
In Modernity and Ambivalence Bauman attempted to give an account of the different approaches modern society adopts toward the stranger. He argued that, on the one hand, in a consumer-oriented economy the strange and the unfamiliar is always enticing; in different styles of food, different fashions and in tourism it is possible to experience the allure of what is unfamiliar.
Yet this strange-ness also has a more negative side. The stranger, because he cannot be controlled or ordered, is always the object of fear; he is the potential mugger, the person outside of society's borders who is a constant threat. Bauman's most famous book, Modernity and the Holocaust , is an attempt to give a full account of the dangers of those kinds of fears.
Drawing upon Hannah Arendt and Theodor Adorno 's books on totalitarianism and the Enlightenment, Bauman developed the argument that the Holocaust should not simply be considered to be an event in Jewish history, nor a regression to pre-modern barbarism. Rather, he argued, the Holocaust should be seen as deeply connected to modernity and its order-making efforts.
Procedural rationality, the division of labour into smaller and smaller tasks, the taxonomic categorisation of different species, and the tendency to view obedience to rules as morally good, all played their role in the Holocaust coming to pass. He argued that for this reason modern societies have not fully grasped the lessons of the Holocaust; it tends to be viewed—to use Bauman's metaphor—like a picture hanging on the wall, offering few lessons. In Bauman's analysis the Jews became 'strangers' par excellence in Europe.
Bauman, like the philosopher Giorgio Agamben , contended that the same processes of exclusion that were at work in the Holocaust could, and to an extent do, still come into play today. In the mid-to-late s, Bauman began to explore postmodernity and consumerism. It had changed from a society of producers into a society of consumers.
According to Bauman, this change reversed Freud's "modern" tradeoff—i. In his books in the s Bauman wrote of this as being a shift from "modernity" to "post-modernity".
Since the turn of the millennium, his books have tried to avoid the confusion surrounding the term "postmodernity" by using the metaphors of "liquid" and "solid" modernity. In his books on modern consumerism, Bauman still writes of the same uncertainties that he portrayed in his writings on "solid" modernity; but in these books he writes of fears becoming more diffuse and harder to pin down. Indeed, they are, to use the title of one of his books, "liquid fears" — fears about paedophilia , for instance, which are amorphous and have no easily identifiable reference.
Bauman is credited with coining the term allosemitism to encompass both philo-Semitic and anti-Semitic attitudes towards Jews as the other. Adorno Award of the city of Frankfurt in In this book Bauman is said to have copied verbatim paragraphs from Wikipedia articles on Slow Food and steady-state economy , along with their bibliography, without attributing sources, authors or the fact that they were copied from Wikipedia. He did use a paragraph from the article on the golden handshake , but this citation was properly attributed to Wikipedia.
In a response Bauman suggested that "obedience" to "technical" rules was unnecessary, and that he "never once failed to acknowledge the authorship of the ideas or concepts that I deployed, or that inspired the ones I coined".
Giroux concluded: It's a reactionary ideological critique dressed up as the celebration of method and a back-door defence of a sterile empiricism and culture of positivism.
This is a discourse that enshrines data, correlations, and performance, while eschewing matters of substance, social problems, and power.
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