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Título: Domesticating portuguese television
Autor: Lopes, Anabela de Sousa
Palavras-chave: Television
Portuguese family life
Social context
Data: 2014
Editora: Cambridge Scholars
Citação: Lopes, Anabela Sousa - “Domesticating portuguese television”. In Jones, Huw David (ed.) – The media in europe's small nations. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2014. ISBN 978-1-4438-5417-7. pp. 141-156.
Resumo: This chapter discusses the role of television within Portuguese family life. In particular, it examines how the domestication of television within the home is influenced by the social context in which different types of families live. The research is framed around the theory of domestication and based on 50 semi-structured interviews.1 “Domestication” is the process by which the household and its surroundings (both private and the public), together with the moral and formal or objective economy, are related to each other and become mutually constitutive (Silverstone, Hirsch and Morley 1999). The metaphor of “domestication” originally comes from the taming of wild animals, but has been usefully applied to the “domestication” of information communication technology (ICT), including television, within the home. Silverstone et al. (1999) have developed a range of concepts to capture this process, of which the best known are: “appropriation”, “objectification”, “incorporation” and “conversion”. These categories describe how the entry of ICT into the home is managed; how artefacts are physically (and symbolically) placed within the home; how they are adapted into everyday routines; and how they are displayed to others (Haddon 2007, 26). These four key concepts will be used in this chapter to discuss the importance of television within Portugal as an example of a small country in which there has been little research using this particular theoretical approach. Most studies on Portuguese television have focused on televisual history or come from research into trends in television consumption. The domestication theory is a holistic framework, useful to explain the meaning of television in Portuguese homes in all the stages of its presence in daily life. This forms part of a larger international project entitled Digital Inclusion and Participation: Comparing the Trajectories of Digital Media Use by Majority and Disadvantage Groups in Portugal and in the USA (UT Austin/Portugal Program).
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.21/4127
ISBN: 978-1-4438-5417-7
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