Sonic Politics: Sonority, Territoriality, and Violence in Urban Cultural Practices in Brazil (2020)

Pedro Silva Marra and Thaise Valentim Madeira

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In this paper we build upon Gumbrecht’s definition of violence as all acts and all forms of behavior that occupy or block spaces through bodies, against the resistance of other bodies, in order to explore the relationship between sound and violence. Examined within a broader context, it may reveal how conflict and disputes are – as much as acts of exchanging and bonding – engines of society.
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last modified23/03/2020
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published inJournal of Sonic Studies
portal issue19. Issue 19

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