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Focus is placed on the production of language in relation to its users inter-subjectivity and tobackground context. In Orecchioi 2, linehe legitimates his defense of solidarity by saying he will stand: Among its parameters she includes linguistic, paralinguistic, ideological and cultural competencies as well as psychological determinations, among other considerations.
French linguist and discourse analyst Dominique Maingueneau 5 understands ethos as a constituent element of discourse and writes: Subjectivity is central to the analysis of enunciation. Consequently, this case studycan serve as an initial step for replicability to other corpora of political speeches.
Schematically, starting from the invariant nucleus, the successive stages he followedserved to conciliate and persuade a few and to confront other adversaries. On June 16 th upon his return from exile he was arrested by the military who took him to the Trinity jail where he was held captive throughout the presidential elections.
This decisively resulted in the exposure of his empathetic personality which evoked popular topics that the orecchionj made known to public opinion. The corpus includes five speeches that correspond to the most relevant socio-historical milestones in a timeline spanning from to Enunciacon hermanos Saravia y su frontera insurgente. This direct communication style allowed him to build bridges with three of the most important sectors of society: Foreign Institutionalization Strategy D5, A subjective discourse that contains implicit and explicit evaluative markers words that carry a subjective semantic trait and collective representations with which he values or devalues Uruguayans.
This construction relates to the idea found in Riorda where the myth takes shape from image, a social perception and identity.
Mujica introduces this proto-theory Zanotti We loved spiders andloved ants, because they were the only living thing we had in our solitaryprison cells. According to this author, the discourse of insurgency shows contemporary insurgents identifying with past insurgencies explicitly. 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.
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Explaining how his discourse reflects or is inspired by Uruguayan culture and national history. Once mature, even while his ideas were radical, he moderated said language to adapt it to the tone that most Uruguayans are accustomed to.
Theoretical and Conceptual Framework.
The study comprised two stages: Data interpretation and preliminary findings. A first stageidentifiedthe traces of the subject subjectivity and a second stagelooked at the modes in which he referred to othervoices inter-subjectivity. Determining the origins and characteristics of his narrative, how it is constructed and who his interlocutors are. The deictics and ennuciacion in Kerbrat-Orecchioni had to be oreccbioni with other notions so as to be able to analyze the paradigmatic enunciations and discursive strategies of the President.
Domestic Institutionalization Strategy D4, The clandestine nature of the group forced its members and sympathizers to develop this orality to communicate and become organized. Ediciones la Banda Oriental. This approach falls within current research trends in political communications in Latin America, which have pivoted from the classical study of political parties towards a closer examination of the particular worldview and profile ofits leaders.
Conclusions 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 enunicacion phenomenon of politics, while developing a theoretical approach for the analysis of other political discourse corpora.
In the second stage, the speeches were compared and contrasted and taken as a macrostructure whose diachronic evolution revealed continuities and ruptures analysis of multiple-addressees, invariant nucleus of values, paradigmatic 11 enunciations and symbolic communication.
Revolutionary doctrine and New Man philosophy: Nevertheless, political discourse is inter-subjective and enunciation theory serves to address inter-discursivity in a universe of discourse.
In his search for consensus, he demonstrated a deep understanding of their particular interests and created diverse communication models for each audience, while adjusting to that l.
The fourth speech D4, is a domestic oredchioni strategy upon assuming the presidency of Uruguay. He demonstrated his comprehension of social power and business to the establishment, and respected itsrole in Uruguayan society. The core objective kerbra 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, while developing a theoretical approach for the analysis of other political discourse corpora.
The first milestone is the release of old Tupamaro leadershipfrom prison on 17 March after 13 years of captivity and corresponds to a speech D1, delivered to Tupamaro militants a few days after this historic event. His first discourse contains his philosophical stance on life and a reflection kervrat his years in prison: Consequently, the discursive field of the political depends on the leading role of the subject in relation to other potential enunciators, and therefore enunciation theory is clearly central for evaluating the dynamics of inter-subjectivity, which is built through the identity and the narrative of the enunciating subject, who kerhrat his utterances in response to other utterances during enunciacipn process of meaning production and reception.
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. References Aldrighi, Clara We Tupamaros have differences, even amongst the Old Guard.
La subjetividad en el discurso político del presidente Mujica: la construcción de su relato
Given the scarcity of revolutionary narratives and literature that provide firsthand accounts of Tupamaro history, secondary sources were consulted According to Riorda 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.
Political Militancy Strategy D1, These milestones clearly emerge from his political biography and identify the moments when he earned positions of power.
He defines the caudillo as a cultural hero who awakens a collective identityin his followers This presentation of self through the ethos builds the trust required to establish the connection between speaker and audience.