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dc.contributor.advisorSaldanha, Vicente Henrique Bruckmann
dc.contributor.authorPereira, Irving Thaygo Ferreira
dc.description.abstractThis work focuses on analyzing Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games trilogy under the socio-political context of the society presented in the books. Its theoretical bases consists in Guy Debord’s The Society of Spectable and Comments in the Society of Spectable aiming to answer two guiding questions: Which social and political issues are presented in this trilogy? How are they presented? This work brings a definition of dystopia and utopia for a better understanding of the analysis and a review of literature of woks made with this book series. The methodology is a review of literature, the analysis still introduces two themes that are seen as a spectable: romance and violence, and compares protest symbols that are presented in the book series, relating them with current worldwide issues. Debord (1997, p. 171) claims “the spectacle would be merely the excesses of the media, whose nature, unquestionably good since it facilitates communication, is sometimes driven to extremes.” The analysis is made through selected parts from Suzanne Collins’s and Guy Debord’s books, concluding that the social and political issues are presented in the trilogy indeed.en
dc.publisherUniversidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinospt_BR
dc.subjectJogos vorazespt_BR
dc.subjectHunger gamesen
dc.titleJogos vorazes e a cultura da espetacularizaçãopt_BR

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