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This article reflects on historiographic research into communication from an epistemological standpoint and notes the importance of changing perspective when dealing with documents produced by the media. Therefore, the context -i.e., the historicity of communication processes-becomes a text to be analyzed. To this end, a critical inventory of research that relates communication with history in Brazil is compiled to show the transformations it has undergone in the last decades. Some theoreticaldoi:10.5294/pacla.2019.22.4.2 fatcat:fbk3ljn4ujanjodesreocgexuy