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Notes on the Text

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 January 2024

Daniel N. Silva
Affiliation:
Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil
Jerry Won Lee
Affiliation:
University of California, Irvine

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Print publication year: 2024
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Reference style: In Brazil, it is common for individuals to be referred to by their first name only. Marielle Franco, for instance, whose activism and legacy is at the center of much of our inquiry, was and is known in Brazil simply as Marielle. Therefore, we will use “Marielle” throughout for in-text references. However, for parenthetical references, when referencing Marielle and other Brazilian scholars and activists, we will use the surname in accordance with APA conventions. We should clarify, though, that we opt for “Franco, M.” as in “(Franco, M., 2018)” because we do also cite the work of her sister Anielle as well, as in “(Franco, A., 2021).”

Transcription conventions: In transcribing oral data into writing, we have utilized the following Jefferson Transcription Conventions throughout this book:

(.)

A micropause

(0.7)

A timed pause, long enough to indicate a time

[]

Overlapping talk

(())

Analyst comments

Underlining

A raise in volume or emphasis

A sentence of particular interest for the analysis

CAPITALS

Louder or shouted words

=

Indicates that there was no pause between sentences

::

Stretched sound

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