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The findings indicate a relationship between narrative and the construction of power, and justify the use of the case study method for the analysis ofother political discourse corpora. A la vuelta de la esquina: Secondly, Mujica utilized symbolic language to create bonds enunciafion trust and his rhetoric worked as an instrument of social interaction.
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He defines the caudillo as a cultural hero who awakens a collective identityin his followers Worldview, strategy and unity: Bothschools of thoughtgive importance to language in use and language as action. Ittakes into account parameters oftheverbal interaction and the competencies required of speakers to achieve communication. Subjectivity is central to the analysis of enunciation. Subjectivity in the political language of president Mujica: A theoretical framework was developed combining two other theories to reinforce Enunciation Theory,which was insufficient to analyze the social inscriptions of discourse: The para-destinatary or third man, a mere spectator outside of the game.
Years later, in an interview, Mujicawould explain why he was chosen as their spokesperson Mazzeo Steering away from structural linguistics, French Enunciation Theory and the American and English Schools of Pragmatics took their origin in philosophy of language and arose in response to the limitations of examining language as a closed abstract system.
Mujica resorts to this narrative when he says: Determining the origins and characteristics of his narrative, how it is constructed and who his interlocutors are. The procedureinvolvedanalyzing the enunciation mechanisms used by Mujicafor creating a narrative with a distinct style. It is worth recalling that the invariant nucleus remains stable across his discursive field.
Moreover, political discourse simultaneously constructs three destinataries, and its functions necessarily reinforce, polemicize and persuade so as to obtain a response from its pro-destinataries, contra-destinataries and para-destinataries, respectively. Through a diachronic discourse analysis the evolution of his words-language-discourse was examined and continuity was observed in the philosophical themes that constitute his six core paradigmatic enunciations.
The same applies to verbs and adverbs, which also connote subjectivity. The core objective of this study was to prove, through an in-depth emblematic case in political communication, how discourse analysis can contribute to the comprehension of the phenomenon of politics, laa developing a theoretical approach for the analysis of other political discourse corpora.
In other words, deictic markers require contextual information to convey meaning. As an illustration, the first speech corresponds to a milestone that is of historic political relevance.
The analytical model applied falls within Enunciation Theory Kerbrat-Orecchioni He gave the press and the radio direct access to his private and political life, offering informal and spontaneous interviews that brought him the sympathy of media. Thecentral message in this speech is the historic decision of the Tupamaro National Liberation Movement MLN-T, acronym in Spanish to abandon arms and return to keebrat political arena as a legitimate political force.
Whenever necessary, his public speeches displayed changes in register and style: A chronology of historical events was prepared and matched against his climb up the political ladder. Thirdly, as a political leader, Mujica constructed a narrative based on liberaleconomic ideas upon which he set up a leftist social philosophy to build a future for his country.
Hence, language is conceivedas an interactional activity. Radical immanentism states that linguistics has as its main goal describing language in and of itself. The term patriada refers to wars of independence and was adopted by the Blancos later to refer to their patriotic insurgencies.
Consequently, this case studycan serve as an initial step for replicability to other corpora of political speeches.
To achieve the objective of transferring his worldview to these increasingly wider circles of recipient co-enunciators of his narrative, Mujica builds an image of himself, intuitively following a theoretical formulation: Pacheco, militares y tupamaros en la crisis del Uruguay batllista. Enunciation Theory remains theoretically bound to abstract linguistic explanation, despite its consideration of extra-linguistic elements that influence the communicative event.
A first stageidentifiedthe traces of the subject subjectivity and a second stagelooked at the modes in which he referred to othervoices inter-subjectivity. He strategically appeals to the loyalty of militants who continued to support theirleaders while in prison. The concept of subjectivity was introduced into linguistics by Benveniste who writes: Through this triangulation, the objectivity of research findings was increased and preliminary conclusions were broadened.
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He addresses a young political force that needs to become organized. Foreign Institutionalization Strategy D5, This decisively resulted in the exposure of his empathetic personality which evoked popular topics that the media made known to kerbrwt opinion.
He shows the convictions of an old fighter who has just left jail and wishes to return to public life.
In political enunciation the enunciator creates an image of himself and of his addressees appealing to this inter-discursivity. We loved spiders andloved ants, because they were the only living thing we had in our solitaryprison cells. He lost the opportunity to participate in the presidential race and was freed on November 30th.
This is a vision he has alluded to in several of his speeches, an ideological pragmatism that—distancing him from the traditional bipartisan confrontation— has helped him garner the ideals and values shared by the vast majority of Uruguayan society. Charlando con Pepe Mujica. This literature helps locate Mujica as anenunciative subject.
The two traditional political parties acted under the same power paradigm resulting from the signature of the political pact called Pacto de la Cruz and whenthe National Party or Partido Nacional came out losing. There are three principal categories of deixis: According to this author, the discourse of insurgency shows contemporary insurgents identifying with past insurgencies explicitly.
Los hermanos Saravia y su frontera insurgente. And it is good that the Left start actingquickly to rethink our national history and then recreate our own goals. Additionally, the state of the art of discourse analysis in Uruguay has elevated this interest, since research on political discourseis mainlystudied by disciplines such as history 1political science 2 and sociology.
From apantheistic perception and invariant nucleus of values, Mujica manages to install a worldview and paradigm for interpreting reality in his listeners, whether they are old militant comrades, comrades from the Uruguayan Left, Uruguayan citizens or economic groups with present or future interests in the country.