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Orecchkoni Discourse 2, linehe legitimates his defense of solidarity by saying he will stand: 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 the phenomenon of politics, while developing a theoretical approach for the analysis of other political discourse corpora. He demonstrated his comprehension of social power and business to the establishment, and respected itsrole in Uruguayan society.
The enuciacion myth underlying the political communication program. Change in Uruguayan bipartisan system and redistribution of power: Persuasion and the Construction of Power The five speeches belong to each of these discursive strategiesused by Mujicato expand his domestic and foreign persuasive influence. The corpus comprises the following speeches 9: Thus, the central themes that pervade his speeches are a moral discourse, an inter-subjective populist discourse, a philosophical discourse conveying ideals, and a discourse of action.
Nevertheless, political discourse is inter-subjective and enunciation theory serves to address inter-discursivity in a universe of discourse. The para-destinatary or positive destinatary, who is the partisan; 2.
This partially explains the absence of original source documentation for this study 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 orrcchioni ideals and values shared by the vast majority of Uruguayan society.
Said interpretation accentuated the Uruguayan ethos 4 with its distinguishing character, sentiment, and guiding beliefs. The third speech D3, displays an ownership-seeking strategy for the joint action of the entire Uruguayan Left in the elections.
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Her approach is outlined in figure 1. Theoretical and Conceptual Framework. A preliminary conclusion is that former Enuciacion Mujica takes from the cultural and moral idiosyncrasies of the Uruguayan ethos and reinterprets them successfully. In the same discourse Mujica says: Mujicacreated a narrative that shaped his public image over time, whileinterpreting Uruguayan society differently than his predecessors.
At a conceptual level, this construction of image is of interest given the nexus that exists between the ethos and the reflexive nature of enunciation. In the first speech of the corpus D1, Mujica uses a militancy strategy to address Tupamaros and supporters. The invariant nucleus of values of the political discourse. In other words, deictic markers require contextual information to convey meaning. These consisted in a quantitative analysis of deictic frequencies, the visual organization of utterances issued by multiple-destinataries in three columns proponents, opponents and undecided partiesthe preparation of a table to collect information from the corpora on how the enunciator built his image, the analysis of the verisimilitude of actors in the political narrative script, the lexicological inventory of frequently used expressions, and visual graphs reflecting the evolution of his political power.
If Mujica fully commits his audience through the use of this first person plural deictic marker, with the second person plural he obtains the opposite effect by producing distance.
We loved spiders andloved ants, because they were the only living thing we had in our solitaryprison cells. Schematically, starting from the invariant nucleus, the successive stages he followedserved to conciliate and persuade a few and to confront other adversaries. Sinceethos underlies theenunciational performance, Mujica sets himself on stagediscursively phonetically, syntactically, through gesture, etc.
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. In discourse 4, linehe dramatically closes his speech: What matters is the cause, not your last name. Towards this end, the manifestation of subjectivity in the corpus was studied at different moments of his political career.
La subjetividad en el discurso político del presidente Mujica: la construcción de su relato
The struggle for power starts at the core of his political group and gradually extends outwards with time. Radical immanentism states that linguistics has as its main goal describing language in and of itself.
Hence, language is conceivedas an interactional activity. Enunciation Theory remains theoretically bound to abstract linguistic explanation, despite its consideration of extra-linguistic elements that influence the communicative event. This literature helps locate Mujica as anenunciative subject. The same applies to verbs and adverbs, which also connote subjectivity.
Not only does he speak like any other Uruguayan but his empathy, simplicity and humility give mass character to his discourse by demonstrating that he understands common folk, identifies with them, thinks like them and lives like them. Ittakes into account parameters oftheverbal interaction and the competencies required of speakers to achieve communication.
As the subject of enunciation Mujica opts for: This oral tradition spread to the covert language used in clandestinity by the Tupamaros 14 and to the practice orefchioni having to memorize facts instead of documenting them in writing. Mujica represents the leader who has come to challenge the existing power structure and who proposes an alliance to the balkanized left through the entry of the MLN-T to enuncacion FrenteAmpliowith the ultimate aim of gaining power.
Charlando con Pepe Mujica. Once mature, even while his ideas were radical, he moderated said language to adapt it to the tone that most Uruguayans are accustomed to.