Referenciais identitários e internet: a formação de neotribos urbanas a partir do Goiânia Noise Festival

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


This research aims to comprehend the extent to which the virtual environment can be responsible for reuniting common identifications between individuals from distinct groups, resulting in the formation of an indie and hybrid music scene, represented by Goiânia Noise Festival, the main object of this dissertation. Therefore, the contextualization of Goiânia’s indie music, the identification of this music scene’s public, their characteristics and preferences, the understanding of the way how social network sites negotiate with the public’s different identifications and the evidence of the Internet’s role for music scenes’ development explored by Goiânia’s alternative festivals are all objectives and key points. In the qualitative and quantitative methodological course, bibliographical and documental researches, field observations (including online), photo analysis and questionnaires during the 22nd edition of Goiânia Noise were used. The obtained data, especially the ones from the 131 questionnaires’ answers during the event’s three days, were analyzed based on four fundamental axes: the cultural references and the Internet in Goiânia’s indie music scene context; the emergence of urban neotribes based on Goiânia Noise; the festival public’s cultural identifications, tastes and consumptions; and, lastly, the Web as a device for the event’s media viabilization. Conclusively, the hybridity and plurality of a scene and a public both considered neotribal, are partial, always anchored by the social network sites.



SANTIAGO, J. H. T. Referenciais identitários e internet: a formação de neotribos urbanas a partir do Goiânia Noise Festival. 2017. 146 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Comunicação) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2017.