SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATION

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Autor(a) principal: Ferreira, Felipe
Data de Publicação: 2012
Tipo de documento: Artigo
Idioma: por
Título da fonte: Sistemas & Gestão
Texto Completo: https://www.revistasg.uff.br/sg/article/view/V7N2A3
Resumo: The samba schools in Rio de Janeiro are currently seen as true models of “business” organization, capable of responding to different interests, adapting to new realities and imposing their esthetics upon Carnival in Brazil and around the world. These dynamic responses to various requests from a spectator society are almost always criticized by a decharacterization process that would bring, inevitably, at their destruction, suffocated by pleas and intakes increasingly more distant from an initial project of highly popular character. In the first part of this article, we seek to discuss and question founding concepts of samba schools rooted in the Brazilian imaginary, starting with literary and visual discourse constantly redesigned and restated in texts on the topic and in the very poetics of the samba schools. In the second part of this article we seek to draw up a contemporary process panel of the production at a samba school, updating the former text of our authorship (FERREIRA, 2006), originally published in Engineering of Entertainment: My Vice, My Virtue (KAMEL, 2006).
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spelling SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATIONSAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATIONEscolas de Samba: Uma Organização PossívelCarnivalEnterprise OrganizationSamba SchoolsCarnivalEnterprise OrganizationSamba SchoolsThe samba schools in Rio de Janeiro are currently seen as true models of “business” organization, capable of responding to different interests, adapting to new realities and imposing their esthetics upon Carnival in Brazil and around the world. These dynamic responses to various requests from a spectator society are almost always criticized by a decharacterization process that would bring, inevitably, at their destruction, suffocated by pleas and intakes increasingly more distant from an initial project of highly popular character. In the first part of this article, we seek to discuss and question founding concepts of samba schools rooted in the Brazilian imaginary, starting with literary and visual discourse constantly redesigned and restated in texts on the topic and in the very poetics of the samba schools. In the second part of this article we seek to draw up a contemporary process panel of the production at a samba school, updating the former text of our authorship (FERREIRA, 2006), originally published in Engineering of Entertainment: My Vice, My Virtue (KAMEL, 2006).The samba schools in Rio de Janeiro are currently seen as true models of “business” organization, capable of responding to different interests, adapting to new realities and imposing their esthetics upon Carnival in Brazil and around the world. These dynamic responses to various requests from a spectator society are almost always criticized by a decharacterization process that would bring, inevitably, at their destruction, suffocated by pleas and intakes increasingly more distant from an initial project of highly popular character. In the first part of this article, we seek to discuss and question founding concepts of samba schools rooted in the Brazilian imaginary, starting with literary and visual discourse constantly redesigned and restated in texts on the topic and in the very poetics of the samba schools. In the second part of this article we seek to draw up a contemporary process panel of the production at a samba school, updating the former text of our authorship (FERREIRA, 2006), originally published in Engineering of Entertainment: My Vice, My Virtue (KAMEL, 2006).As escolas de samba do Rio de Janeiro são vistas, atualmente, como verdadeiros modelos de organização “empresarial”, capazes de responder a diferentes interesses, adaptando-se a novas realidades e impondo sua estética a carnavais do Brasil e do mundo. Estas respostas dinâmicas às múltiplas solicitações de uma sociedade do espetáculo são quase sempre criticadas como um processo de descaracterização que levaria, inexoravelmente, a seu extermínio, sufocadas por apelos e aportes cada vez mais distantes de um suposto projeto inicial de caráter eminentemente popular. Na primeira parte deste texto, procuraremos discutir e questionar alguns conceitos fundadores das escolas de samba fixados no imaginário brasileiro a partir de discursos literários e visuais constantemente reelaborados e reapresentados em textos sobre o tema e na própria poética das escolas de samba. Num segundo momento, buscaremos traçar um rápido painel do processo contemporânea da produção de uma escola de samba atualizando texto de nossa autoria (FERREIRA, 2006) publicado originalmente no livro Engenharia do entretenimento: meu vício, minha virtude (KAMEL, 2006).ABEC2012-10-04info:eu-repo/semantics/articleinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersionapplication/pdfhttps://www.revistasg.uff.br/sg/article/view/V7N2A310.7177/sg.2012.V7.N2.A3Sistemas & Gestão; v. 7 n. 2 (2012): Junho/2012; 164-1721980-516010.7177/sg.2012.v7.n2reponame:Sistemas & Gestãoinstname:Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF)instacron:UFFporhttps://www.revistasg.uff.br/sg/article/view/V7N2A3/V7N2A3Copyright (c) 2015 Sistemas & Gestãoinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccessFerreira, Felipe2023-01-09T18:18:59Zoai:ojs.www.revistasg.uff.br:article/378Revistahttps://www.revistasg.uff.br/sgPUBhttps://www.revistasg.uff.br/sg/oai||sg.revista@gmail.com|| periodicos@proppi.uff.br1980-51601980-5160opendoar:2023-01-09T18:18:59Sistemas & Gestão - Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF)false
dc.title.none.fl_str_mv SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATION
SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATION
Escolas de Samba: Uma Organização Possível
title SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATION
spellingShingle SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATION
Ferreira, Felipe
Carnival
Enterprise Organization
Samba Schools
Carnival
Enterprise Organization
Samba Schools
title_short SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATION
title_full SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATION
title_fullStr SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATION
title_full_unstemmed SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATION
title_sort SAMBA SCHOOLS: A POSSIBLE ORGANIZATION
author Ferreira, Felipe
author_facet Ferreira, Felipe
author_role author
dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv Ferreira, Felipe
dc.subject.por.fl_str_mv Carnival
Enterprise Organization
Samba Schools
Carnival
Enterprise Organization
Samba Schools
topic Carnival
Enterprise Organization
Samba Schools
Carnival
Enterprise Organization
Samba Schools
description The samba schools in Rio de Janeiro are currently seen as true models of “business” organization, capable of responding to different interests, adapting to new realities and imposing their esthetics upon Carnival in Brazil and around the world. These dynamic responses to various requests from a spectator society are almost always criticized by a decharacterization process that would bring, inevitably, at their destruction, suffocated by pleas and intakes increasingly more distant from an initial project of highly popular character. In the first part of this article, we seek to discuss and question founding concepts of samba schools rooted in the Brazilian imaginary, starting with literary and visual discourse constantly redesigned and restated in texts on the topic and in the very poetics of the samba schools. In the second part of this article we seek to draw up a contemporary process panel of the production at a samba school, updating the former text of our authorship (FERREIRA, 2006), originally published in Engineering of Entertainment: My Vice, My Virtue (KAMEL, 2006).
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