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    Marianismo in Latin American Telenovelas It started off like any other Saturday night. My father wasn’t working that day, which meant we would have our cherished family time. “Family time” meant that we’d all get comfortable on our couch, and catch up on all of the telenovelas that my parents were into. Usually, my mother was into the telenovelas that were produced in Turkey or Korea which were later translated into Spanish. However, a new telenovela called Ronca De Oro started airing on Unimas, which is my parent’s new favorite channel to watch all their novelas on. When we first started to watch the novela, I didn’t quite understand what the huge fuss was about. This novela outlined the life of a female Colombian singer who had to undergo intense struggle in order to achieve fame and success. To me, it seemed like the typical story line of any other telenovela that we’ve watched. The only major difference was that Helenita Vargas was Colombian and that she grew up in Colombia around the same time that my mother did. I think…

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    Telenovelas Satire

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    attract the Latino community with series that are comedy, romance or drama, the show needs to bring somewhat of a resemblance to a Telenovela and familiarity. Telenovelas are the reflection to what Latinos are currently interested in. Currently, what is most favorable is the realistic fiction/non-fiction genre. Stories that deal with drug trafficking, the life of a drug lord or the life and death of a notable singer. Latinos are not interested in watching a slapstick comedy that mocks…

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    Telenovela Theme Analysis

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    for viewers in a telenovela. At the same time, it has a standard deviation of 2.994 which confirms that there is a minimal variation in the ranking of this element among the participants. Furthermore, the theme stands as the driving intention and center of the story, bringing a sense of values in a telenovela (McCord, 2016). It is the message that the writer is trying to get across to the audience which, when effectively communicated, will emotionally and analytically satisfies them (Scott,…

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    rates actually dropped. This is mainly due to the impact that Telenovelas has had on them. In the 1900’s Brazil experienced a growth of television expansion in the home, growth of television broadcasting, and growth of the amount of airing time. This has now lead Brazil to be one of the largest television audiences in the world. It has just changed the fertility rates but also the interactions that people have between one another as stated in functionalism. Brazil isn’t actually the only one…

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    These daily soap operas became extremely popular during the 1980’s and 1990’s, with that trend continuing into the present. As noted by scholar A´ lvaro Cueva, widely popular telenovelas such as Cuna de Lobos (‘Den of Wolves’, Televisa, Mexico, 1986) would cause: all of Mexico turned inside out [ ... ] People left work early [ ... ] Bars and restaurants, that normally played sports on their TV screens, changed channels to tune in to Cuna de Lobos. The streets emptied, the subject was even…

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    Afro-Latina actress who is now deceased, and Monica Miguel, an Indigenous actress have had careers that spanned decades; however, due to the racial bias and discrimination in Telenovelas, these women were restricted to servitude portrayals (maid, nanny, cook, etc). Marichal and Miguel are victims of the racism that lies within the Telenovela…

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    Latin Women Essay

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    In addition, some other controlling images that affect my view of Latin women include telenovelas, Spanish soap operas, that I viewed as a young adult with my grandmother. These telenovelas put into action stereotypes to portray Latin women. A stereotype is a generalized belief and sometimes is exaggerated, that associates with both an entire social category of people and each individual within that group (Jackson 2018). The characteristics of the female roles of the telenovelas were either…

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    Telemundo

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    the notable difference between Telemundo and Univision when it comes to Telenovelas is that most of Telemundo’s novelas are mostly based on real events or realistic fiction. This new genre in telenovela changes the gender in viewerships. Univison telenovelas are more dramatic and romantic therefore women are more likely to watch it. On the other hand, Telemundo’s genre attracts a more neutral gender. Therefore, this attracts a larger audience which makes the ratings rise higher. At the…

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    rape, substance abuse and premarital sex. For that matter, audiences were captivated by telenovelas that dealt with one or more of these issues. Audiences were able to relate to the choices and consequences the characters experience. For instance, El Derecho de Nacer (The Right to Be Born) was the first novela to win best telenovela of the year and as the title may give away the moral of the story, abortion was the main theme. The novela begins at a doctor’s office where a young women is…

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    institution developed the growth of publicly provided social security services. The most important factor is the mass media institution resulted in the exposure of television which created new values of orientation and behavioral norms. It leads to a widespread change in the number of children wanted and increase demand for fertility regulation. In the contemporary Brazilian society, television plays a strategic role that institutionalized the new behavioral patterns and norms. Television has…

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