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Context

Brazilian media do not exist in a vacuum but are dependent on the political, legal and social context of the country. It equally depends on the legal framework, that seems to lack behind in preventing media concentration and inhibiting political influence hidden in ownership structures. The characteristics of the Brazilian society, from literacy rates to consumption habits, determine which media outlets or media types dominate and presumably thus have the strongest influence on public opinion.

Media Consumption

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