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FRANCO, Isaura Melo  and  SOUZA, Sauloéber Tarsio de. The Student Youth and Authoritarianism in the Eyes of the Triângulo Mineiro Press (1964-1969). Cad. Hist. Educ. [online]. 2022, vol.21, e127.  Epub Sep 13, 2022. ISSN 1982-7806.

The main objective of this article is to identify the most expressive representations aired by the Triângulo Mineiro press about the political actions and ideas existing among student youth in the face of the authoritarian in 1960s in Brazil (1964-1969) because they were marked by great political and sociocultural effervescence, close by monitored and recorded by newspapers across the country and, in this specific study, we focused in Cidade de Ituiutaba and Correio do Triângulo (Ituiutaba press); Correio de Uberlândia and Tribuna de Minas (Uberlândia press) and Correio Católico and Lavoura e Comércio (Uberaba press). There were more approximations than differences in the narrative produced by these vehicles of the press in relation to there presentations built around students, presented as citizens committed to "order and progress", and not to the "turmoil" that threatened the current status quo. Thus, newspapers acted between two poles ranging from immediate her acceptance to the authoritarian regime to the discreet challenge of their violent actions against students, building narratives and symbolisms of the local reality, aiming to manipulate and transform it according to the interests of the groups maintainers of this press.

Keywords : Student Youth; Press Representations; Civil-military dictatorship.

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