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Versión Internacional de la Bibliografía de Teleseries Chilenas

(En permanente actualización)

LIBROS (CITAS)

  • Acosta-Alzuru, C. (2016). Telenovela adentro (Vol. 115). Editorial Alfa.
  • Adeline, M. (2009). Lessons from Rubí: Love, Poverty, and the Educational Value of Televised Dramas in Niger.
  • Asqueta, M. C., Martínez, B., & Muñoz, C. (2006). Érase una vez... Analisis Critico de la telenovela (Vol. 2). Uniminuto.
  • Barrios, L. (1988). Televisión, telenovela y vida cotidiana en el contexto de la familia.
  • Bhutto, F. (2019). New kings of the world: Dispatches from Bollywood, dizi, and K-pop.
  • Buonanno, M., Negra, D., & Lagerwey, J. (2017). Television antiheroines: Women behaving badly in crime and prison drama.
  • Cabrujas, J. I. (2002). Y Latinoamérica inventó la telenovela (Vol. 15). Editorial Alfa.
  • Carter, C., McLaughlin, L., & Steiner, L. (2014). The Routledge companion to media and gender. London: Routledge.
  • Carter, E. L. (2018). Reimagining Brazilian television: Luiz Fernando Carvalho's contemporary vision.
  • Cattaneo, S. (2019). LiteraTVra: Hibridaciones televisivas en la narrativa española actual.
  • Costa, M. C. C. (2000). A milésima segunda noite: da narrativa mítica à telenovela: análise estética e sociológica. Annablume.
  • De Andrade, R. M. B. (2003). O fascínio de Scherazade: os usos sociais da telenovela. Annablume.
  • De Lopes, M. I. V., Borelli, S. H. S., & da Rocha Resende, V. (2002). Vivendo com a telenovela: mediações, recepção, teleficcionalidade (Vol. 66). Summus Editorial.
  • De Lopes, M. I. V. (2004). Telenovela: internacionalização e interculturalidade (Vol. 4). Edições Loyola.
  • Echeverry, J. (2017). Habitus, clase y espacio social en la telenovela colombiana: Caso de estudio: "Yo soy Betty, la fea" (1999).
  • Erlick, J. C. (2018). Telenovelas en el mundo latino.
  • Fox, E., & de Cardona Fox, F. (1997). Latin American broadcasting: From tango to telenovela. Indiana University Press.
  • George, D. R., & In Tang, W. S. (2018). Televising restoration Spain: History and fiction in twenty-first-century costume dramas.
  • Gómez, G. I. (2018). The End of the Restoration: A Vision from the Early Second Republic in 14 de abril. La República.
  • Greco, C. (2020). Virou cult!: Telenovela, nostalgia e fãs. Editora Jogo de Palavras.
  • Guerra, Ibrahim (2017). La Telenovela: y El Consumo Comercial.
  • Gutierrez, H. O. F. (2018). Televisión y sus representaciones sociales, una mirada pos-colonial: Televisión en formato telenovela.
  • Haasler, S. (2018). Holby City: Behind the Screen.
  • Halskov, A. (2019). Remakes, sequels og serialisering. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur.
  • Hanum, H. (2009). Telenovela: Cinta & airmata. Kangar: Penerbit Universitas Malaysia Perlis.
  • Herrera, M. D. Y., & In Jaramillo, H. J. I. (2017). La cuestión del desarrollo: Nuevas lecturas en otros territorios.
  • La herencia del narcotráfico en "Narco.lombia": La representación de la mujer dentro de la narcotelenovela colombiana entre victimarias y víctimas. (2018)
  • Lamb, B. (2019). You’re nicked: Investigating British television police series. Manchester University Press.
  • Levine, E. (2020). Her stories: Daytime soap opera & US television history.
  • Martin, G. (2018). The Parallel State.
  • Mato, D. (2001). Transnacionalización de la industria de la telenovela, referencias territoriales y producción de mercados y representaciones de identidades transnacionales. Caracas: Universidad Central de Venezuela.
  • Mazziotti, N. (1996). La industria de la telenovela: la producción de ficción en América Latina (Vol. 7). Paidós.
  • McCabe, J., & Akass, K. (Eds.). (2012). TV's Betty goes global: from telenovela to international brand. Bloomsbury Publishing.
  • Medeiros, M. A. (2018). Marriage, divorce, and distress in Northeast Brazil: Black women's perspectives on love, respect, and kinship.
  • Michael, J. (2014). Telenovelas und kulturelle Zäsur: Intermediale Gattungspassagen in Lateinamerika.
  • Moratelli, V. (2019). O que as telenovelas exibem enquanto o mundo se transforma.
  • Munshi, S. (2020). Prime time soap operas on Indian television.
  • O, M. (2018). Pulkkot tangsin Kim Chong-hak: Sarasŏ chŏnsŏl i toego ttŏnasŏ yŏksa ka toen tangsin (불꽃 당신 김 종학 : 살아서 전설 이 되고 떠나서 역사 가 된 당신)
  • O, M. (2019). Kŭraedo tŭrama nŭn mandŭrŏ chinda: TV tŭrama sunansa 60-yŏn (그래도 드라마 는 만들어 진다 : TV 드라마 수난사 60년).
  • Ortiz, R., Borelli, S. H. S., & Ramos, J. M. O. (1989). Telenovela: História e reprodução. São Paulo: Brasiliense.
  • Pangsong T'ongsin Wiwŏnhoe (Korea), & Han'guk Pangsong Kwanggo Chinhŭng Kongsa, (2018). Han'guk tŭrama int'ŏnet panŭng chosa: Chungguk, Ilbon, Pet'ŭnam, Indonesia, Indo (한국 드라마 인터넷 반응 조사 : 중국, 일본, 베트남, 인도네시아, 인도)
  • Perú. (2001). Estereotipos de género: Un análisis del tratamiento de lo masculino y femenino en la publicidad, telenovelas y en las prensa peruana. Lima: Promudeh, Ministerio de Promoción de la Mujer y del Desarrollo Humano, Gerencia de Promoción de la Mujer.
  • Rodrigues, N. C. R. C. (2018). Familia e telenovela: Um retrato 3x4.
  • Rondón, A. E. (2006). Medio siglo de besos y querellas: la telenovela nuestra de cada día (Vol. 68). Editorial Alfa.
  • Ryan, L., & Corbalán, A. (2017). The Dynamics of masculinity in contemporary spanish culture.
  • Sadek, J. R. (2008). Telenovela: um olhar do cinema. Grupo Editorial Summus.
  • Smith, P. J. (2017). Queer Mexico: Cinema and television since 2000.
  • Tiemann, M. (2017). Leben nach Luther: Das protestantische Pfarrhaus im populären Film und TV.
  • Valenzano, I. I. I. J. M., Engstrom, E., & Peter Lang Publishing Inc. (2018). Religion Across Television Genres: Community, Orange Is the New Black, The Walking Dead, and Supernatural.
  • Verón, E., & Chauvel, E. (1997). Telenovela: ficción popular y mutaciones culturales.
  • Yang, S. (2019). Ilsangsŏng ŭi mihak e irŭnŭn kil: T'elebijŏn tŭrama yŏn'gu pangbŏmnon (일상성 의 미학 에 이르는 길 : 텔레비전 드라마 연구 방법론).
  • Yi, H. (2019). Kajang pot'ong ŭi tŭrama: Tŭrama chejak ŭi sŭlp'ŭn pogosŏ (가장 보통 의 드라마 : 드라마 제작 의 슬픈 보고서)

 

ARTÍCULOS (TEXTO COMPLETO)

 

ARTÍCULOS (CITAS)

  • Acosta-Alzuru, C. (2003). Tackling the issues: Meaning making in a telenovela. Popular Communication, 1(4), 193-215.
  • Acosta-Alzuru, C. (2017). Unsettling a sacred relationship: The mother-daughter-man romantic love triangle in telenovelas. Popular Communication, 15, 1, 1-18.
  • Amzi-Erdogdular, L. (2019). Ottomania: Televised Histories and Otherness Revisited. Nationalities Papers, 47, 5, 879-893.
  • Arcimowicz, K. (2018). On the meanders of genre and the transformation of polish soap operas. Czas Kultury, 2018, 1, 90-97.
  • Ashley, J. (2019). Chilean Television on Shifting Terrain: Movement Toward a Postnetwork Era. Television & New Media, 20, 5, 476-491.
  • Biltereyst, D., & Meers, P. (2000). The international telenovela debate and the contra-flow argument: A reappraisal. Media, Culture & Society, 22(4), 393-413.
  • Bohme, C. (2019). Enjoying sameness and difference-competition and convergence of Latin American telenovelas and Swahili video films in Tanzania. Journal of African Cultural Studies, 31, 2, 226-241.
  • Carter, E. (2017). Entering through the Porta dos Fundos: The Changing Landscape of Brazilian Television Fiction. Television and New Media, 18, 5, 410-426.
  • Castaneda, L. L. (2020). La esclava blanca (2016): trampas representacionales. Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies. 
  • Craig, S., Donelan, C., Lifshitz, F., & Huska, M. (2018). Illegitimacy and Redemption in Independence and Neoliberal-era Mexico: Representations of Family in a Mexican Historical Telenovela: Representations of Family in a Mexican Historical Telenovela. Gender & History, 30, 3, 682-695.
  • Damasio, M. J., & Paixao, . C. J. (2020). Portuguese Soap Operas: A case study on the emergence of an original production culture. Critical Studies in Television, 15, 1, 25-48.
  • Dénommée, J. (2019). Between sitcoms and telenovelas: the unrecognized role of edutainment in defining Ivorian televisual genre. Journal of African Cultural Studies, 31, 2, 242-256.
  • Eli, C. (2017). Entering through the Porta dos Fundos : The Changing Landscape of Brazilian Television Fiction. Television & New Media, 18, 5, 410-426.
  • Estill, A. (2019). Telenovelas and Melodrama in Latin America.
  • Gamage, S. R. (2019). Sri Lankan Migrant Women Watching Teledramas in Melbourne: A Social Act of Identity. 401-414.
  • Gambaro, D., Ramos, T. S., & Becker, V. (2019). TV Drama, Representation and Engagement: An Analysis Through the Lenses of the Audiovisual Design.
  • Genschow, K. (2017). "Montecristo. Un amor y una venganza" (2006). El trauma colectivo de la dictadura argentina en clave melodramática / "Montecristo. Un amor y una venganza" (2006). The Collective Trauma of the Argentinian Dictatorship as a Melodrama. Iberoamericana (2001-), 17, 65, 67-91.
  • Gillam, R. (2017). Representing Black Girlhood in Brazil: Culture and Strategies of Empowerment. Communication, Culture & Critique, 10, 4, 609-625.
  • Große-Kracht, Hermann Josef. (2016). Die allmächtige Telenovela: der grenzenlose Erfolg eines lateinamerikanischen Fernsehgenres. Zur Geschichte, Funktion und Produktion der Telenovelas des brasilianischen Fernsehsenders 1V Globo. Communicatio Socialis.
  • Hamburger, E. I. (2000). Politics and intimacy: The agrarian reform in a Brazilian telenovela. Television & New Media, 1(2), 159-178.
  • Hassan, W. S. (2017). Carioca Orientalism: Morocco in the Imaginary of a Brazilian Telenovela.
  • Huska, M. (2018). Illegitimacy and Redemption in Independence and Neoliberal-era Mexico: Representations of Family in a Mexican Historical Telenovela. Gender & History, 30, 3, 682-695.
  • Kennon, R. (2017). White Skin, Black Slavery: Bernardo Guimarães’s A escrava Isaura and the Global Telenovela. Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, 35, 1, 138-159.
  • Kim, G., & Noriega, C. (2020). The Value of Media Studies Approaches for the Evaluation of Entertainment Education: A Case Study of East Los High. Health Education & Behavior, 47, 1, 24-28.
  • Klindworth, G. (1993). Mexikanische Telenovelas-ihre Produktion und Struktur. Rundfunk Und Fernsehen : Forum Der Medienwissenschaft Und Medienpraxis. - Issn 0035-9874 - 41 (1993), Nr 4, S. 531 - 543.
  • Kothari, S. (2020). A Rebel With a Cause: A Conversation With Haseena Moin. Bioscope: South Asian Screen Studies.
  • La, F. C., & Edwards, S. M. (2006). Product Placement: How Brands Appear on Television. Journal of Advertising, 35, 4, 65-86.
  • La Pastina, A. C. (2004). Telenovela reception in rural Brazil: Gendered readings and sexual mores. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 21(2), 162-181.
  • Lacalle, C., & Simelio, N. (2019). Television Serial Fiction in Spain: Between Deregulation and the Analogue Switch-off (1990-2010). Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 96, 8, 1273-1288.
  • López, F. (2018). Bandolera: Limits and Possibilities of Period Telenovelas.
  • Lothar, M., & Marta, P. (2012). Traveling style: Aesthetic differences and similarities in national adaptations of Yo soy Betty, la fea. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 15, 1, 81-97.
  • Luiz Paulo da Silva Braga. (2019). Arte engajada e ficção televisa: a trajetória e as telenovelas de Dias Gomes entre 1969 e 1976. História, Histórias, 7, 13, 95-113.
  • Mapokgole, R. (2020). Soap Operas and Human Rights in Africa: African Feminist and Human Rights Perspective on the Representation of Black Women in the Media. 69-83.
  • Mato, D. (2002). Miami in the transnationalization of the telenovela industry: On territoriality and globalization. Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 11(2), 195-212.
  • Mato, D. (2005). The transnationalization of the telenovela industry, territorial references, and the production of markets and representations of transnational identities. Television & New Media, 6(4), 423-444.
  • Mazziotti, N. (1991). Intertextualidades en la telenovela argentina: melodrama y costumbrismo. Comunicación y Sociedad, (13), 101-112.
  • McAnany, E. G., & La Pastina, A. C. (1994). Telenovela audiences: A review and methodological critique of Latin America research. Communication Research, 21(6), 828-849.
  • Medeiros, R. F. (2017). A gamificação da narrativa da telenovela em Velho Chico. Literatura E Autoritarismo, 20.)
  • Medina, C. L., Costa, M. R., & Soto, N. (2017). Latinx Popular Culture Imaginaries: Examining Puerto Rican Children's Social Discourses in Interpreting Telenovelas. Early Years: an International Journal of Research and Development, 37, 1, 77-90.
  • Miller, J. L. (2010). Ugly Betty goes global: Global networks of localized content in the telenovela industry. Global Media and Communication, 6(2), 198-217.
  • Miller, T., Barrios, M. M., & Arroyave, J. (2019). Prime-time narcos: the Mafia and gender in Colombian television. Feminist Media Studies, 19, 3, 348-363.
  • Morante, L. F. M. (2019). Memories, Drama and Dreamers: Proposals to Address the Representation of the Latin World in the Face of the Telenovela Crisis. Bulletin of Latin American Research, 38, 5, 563-574.
  • Nelissen, S., Van, . B. J., & Beullens, K. (2018). Cancer-Diagnosed Individuals’ Use of Television and the Internet as a Source for Peer Stories and Associated Emotional Responses. Journal of Cancer Education, 33, 1, 193-200.
  • Oualalou, L. (2017). Le Brésil soudé par la «telenovela». Manière De Voir, 154, 8, 9. 
  • Pearson, R. C. (2005). Fact or fiction? Narrative and reality in the Mexican telenovela. Television & New Media, 6(4), 400-406.
  • Pires, F., & Revelles-Benavente, B. (2019). Co-viewing a lesbian kiss between two elderly characters: Unveiling axes of oppression through the Brazilian telenovela Babilônia. Poetics, 101430.
  • Pires, S. F. (2018). Connected Co-viewing on Facebook: A Brazilian Telenovela and the Perception of Media Realism. Television & New Media, 19, 7, 646-659.
  • Plantinga, C. (2018). The Power of Screen Stories.
  • Pucci, R. L. (2014). Inovações estilísticas na telenovela: a situação em Avenida Brasil /Stylistic innovations in telenovela: the situation in Avenida Brasil. Revista Famecos, 21(2), 675-697. 
  • Ramos, J. M. O. (1996). Telenovela brasileña: sedimentación histórica y condición contemporánea. Revista Dia-logos de la comunicación, (44), 9-22.
  • Rey, G. (1996). Ese inmenso salón de espejos: telenovela, cultura y dinámicas sociales en Colombia. Diálogos de la comunicación, 44, 43-52.
  • Ribke, N. (2017). Media imperialism beyond the Anglo-Saxon axis, or negotiated hybridity? Neo-Orientalist telenovelas and transnational business in Brazilian television. Journal of Consumer Culture, 17, 3, 562-578.
  • Rincon, O. (2019). TV-violencias: Mejor contados en la ficción que en la información. Revista De Estudios Hispanicos, 53, 1, 187-209.
  • Rios, S. (2017). Transnational Telenovela Remakes: Challenging Dominant Models and Old-Fashioned Heroines. Critical Arts, 31, 5, 128-141.
  • Rose, N. (2019). Modern Melodrama: How the American Telenovela Jane the Virgin Updates the Sentimental Novel. The Journal of Popular Culture, 52, 5, 1081-1100.
  • Shahaf, S., Ferrari, C. F., & Piñón, J. (2019). Disruption and continuity on telenovela with the surge of a new hybrid prime-time fictional serial: The super series. Critical Studies in Television: the International Journal of Television Studies, 14, 2, 204-221.
  • Sisson (2019). From humor to horror: genre and narrative purpose in abortion stories on American television. Feminist Media Studies, 19, 2, 239-256.
  • Smith, P. J., & Smith, P. J. (2017). Copycat television? Gran Hotel/Grand Hotel (2011-13) and El hotel de los secretos/ The Hotel of Secrets (2015-16). Studies in Spanish and Latin American Cinemas, 14, 3, 349-365.
  • Smith, P. J. (2018). Screenings: Letter from Peru: Teen Telenovela, Popular Comedy, Auteur Cinema. Film Quarterly, 72, 1, 64-68.
  • Smith, P. J. (2019). Two Media Crossovers: Cinema and Television for Day of the Dead; Live Theater Versions of TV Shows
  • Smith, P. J. (2019). Anthology Dramas: La rosa de Guadalupe, Como dice el dicho
  • Sueldo, M. (2012). Montecristo: Telenovela y derechos humanos. Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, (30), 180-193.
  • Tate, J. (2014). Laughing All the Way to Tolerance? Mexican Comedic Telenovelas as Vehicles for Lessons Against Homophobia. The Latin Americanist, 58, 3, 51-65.
  • Tchinele, D. J. S. (2018). The promises of the title: Semiótica of the titulogía in the mexican telenovela. Tonos Digital, 34.)
  • Tsika, N. (2019). Miracles from Mexico: Christianity, corporate restructuring, and the telenovela in Nigeria. Journal of African Cultural Studies, 31, 2, 212-225.
  • Verónica Fuenmayor C. (2018). Imágenes de la mujer y visiones de mundo en la telenovela. Caso: Voltea pa’ que te enamores. Mediaciones, 14, 21, 92-115.
  • Weissmann, E., Knox, S., Damásio, M. J., & Paixão, . C. J. (2020). Portuguese Soap Operas: A case study on the emergence of an original production culture. Critical Studies in Television: the International Journal of Television Studies, 15, 1, 25-48.
  • Yalkin, C. (2018). A Brand Culture Approach to Managing Nation-Brands. European Management Review, 15, 1, 137-149.
  • Zeini, C. A. A. (2018). From Renascer to Velho Chico: negotiations between cordiality and modernity in the Brazilian telenovela. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, 24, 3, 401-413.

 

TESIS (TEXTO COMPLETO)

 

TESIS (CITAS)

  • Bellmann, P. C. (2018). Telenovela und soziale Wandel: Einflüsse der brasilianischen Telenovela auf den sozialen Wandel Brasiliens während der Militärdiktatur von 1964 bis 1985.
  • Bernal López, Lizeth. (2007). Las implicaciones de lo femenino y lo masculino en la telenovela desde la perspectiva de género : el caso de la telenovela Rubí / L. Bernal López. Toluca, México : edición de autor.
  • Cheng, S., & Art Institute of Chicago. (2019). You didn't hear it from me: IPhones as reincarnation of Chinese imperial eunuchs and scapegoats.
  • La Pastina, A. C. (2000). The telenovela way of knowledge: An ethnographic reception study among rural viewers in Brazil.
  • Landers, S. L. (2018). When myth becomes meaning: Examining the representation of female character construction in Uzalo: Blood is Forever.
  • Lopez, P., Smart, W., & Art Institute of Chicago. (2018). La muerte de la telenovela.
  • Perdigão, M. G., & University of Oxford,. (2019). Eça de Queirós as Telenovela: Class, gender, and melodrama in Brazilian audiovisual adaptations of Portuguese nineteenth-century literature.
  • Pozza, P. P. (2011). Releitura de uma vinheta de abertura de novela (Bachelor's thesis, Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná).

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