Fã cínico: falando a verdade descaradamente

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André Luiz Maranhão de Souza-Leão
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7660-5845
Bruno Rafael Torres Ferreira
Bruno Melo Moura
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8205-4576

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O objetivo do presente estudo é avaliar como os fãs estruturam sua fanidade a partir de discussões sobre a inserção de pautas políticas em produtos midiáticos, uma ação recorrente observada na indústria do entretenimento nos últimos tempos. A partir da análise das interações dos fãs de Star Wars sobre a recente introdução de personagens que representam identidades políticas na saga, o estudo abordou o conceito foucaultiano de subjetivação por meio da manifestação de verdades, adotando seu método arqueogenealógico. Dessa análise resultaram dois agenciamentos morais, a saber: a inovação avaliada pelos fãs de Star Wars quanto à inserção de novos personagens representativos na saga e a adequação que tais mudanças precisam atender, embora mantendo-se em conformidade com a forma estabelecida do cânone da saga. Ambas as agências refletem a preocupação com a manutenção do status quo da franquia e não com a agenda política. O presente estudo avaliou a coragem de dizer a verdade como uma prática cínica empenhada em perpetuar sua própria subjetividade ao reger outras verdades.

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Souza-Leão, A. L. M. de, Ferreira, B. R. T., & Moura, B. M. (2024). Fã cínico: falando a verdade descaradamente. Cadernos EBAPE.BR, 22(1), e2023–0032. https://doi.org/10.1590/1679-395120230032
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