New Social Movements in Brazil: The Role of Politics, Mediators and the Mass Media in the Transformation of the Mobilizations and Protests in the Streets Today.
This paper asks about the role of these organizations, the relations (or not) with state bureaus, agents of social control, corporations, local/regional/national politicians, and the mass media in this process. The leading hypothesis is that there was in the 2000-2010 a disconnect between social policies, social control created, and the real needs of society, especially the young. The paper addresses two basic questions: what factors and actors have played a decisive role in the mobilizations and protests on the streets from June 2013 in Brazil; and by social movements articulated policies and social control processes encouraged by the State, throughout the 2010, have not adapted to the changes that were occurring in the wider society? What news brings the brand new social movements organized and convened the population for major events from 2013. How they to organize?