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This direct communication style allowed him to build bridges with three of the most important sectors of society: Ediciones la Banda Oriental.
The discursive strategies Mujicausesare as follows: According to ,a Consequently, this case studycan serve as an initial step for replicability to other corpora of political speeches. In the same discourse Mujica says: We also learned, without books, a way to look at the world that is somewhat pantheist. 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.
Sinceethos underlies theenunciational performance, Mujica sets himself on orecchipni phonetically, syntactically, through gesture, etc. Subjectivity in the political ennciacion of president Mujica: Ittakes into account parameters oftheverbal interaction and the competencies required of speakers to achieve communication.
The concept of subjectivity was introduced into linguistics by Benveniste who writes: He defines the caudillo as a cultural hero who awakens a collective identityin his followers An objective discourse in which he tries to erase his subjective traces, and 2. Enunciation accounts for the construction of subjectivity and therefore inter-subjectivity, since there is no discourse without the presence of Others. Pepe Mujica el presidente: A la vuelta de la esquina: Comparatively, his designation of a destinatary in the second person plural is much less frequent than his reference to the first person plural with a clear unifying intentionality.
This moderation was maintained throughout his presidential campaign through a discourse that was constructed around the priorities of citizens. The relevance that his language has towards making a linguistic contribution to discourse studies in Uruguay inevitably makes him thetopic for an in-depth case study. 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.
La enunciación: de la subjetividad en el lenguaje – Catherine Kerbrat-Orecchioni – Google Books
Among its parameters she includes linguistic, paralinguistic, ideological and cultural competencies as well as psychological determinations, among other considerations. Foreign Institutionalization Strategy D5, 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 understanding.
The triangulation includesEnunciation Theory and two other theoretical approaches. Said interpretation accentuated the Uruguayan ethos 4 with its distinguishing character, sentiment, and guiding beliefs.
This milestone is critical in two ways: 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. This construction relates to the idea found in Riorda where the myth takes shape from image, a social perception and identity.
La subjetividad en el discurso político del presidente Mujica: la construcción de su relato
In other words, deictic markers require contextual information to convey meaning. He was defeated in the presidential elections by Colorado Party leader Juan Maria Bordaberry in a poll allegedly dominated by fraud, corruption and blackmail towards his person. In the background of all of his speeches an invisible script or subtext is perceived, which unifies his discursive strategies and contains moral underpinnings, an inter-subjective discourse reflective of popular language, philosophic bases of ideals and a call to action.
He addresses a young political force that needs to become organized. Nevertheless, political discourse is inter-subjective and enunciation theory serves to address inter-discursivity in a universe of discourse. In this case, the focus is placed on the interpretation thatMujica-subject offers about reality through his discourse-object. The corpus comprises the following speeches 9: 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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He lost the opportunity to participate in the presidential race and was freed on November 30th. The negotiations made by Mujica in this discursive space orevchioni and persuasion and the evolution of his proto-theory were analyzed. Through this triangulation, the objectivity of research findings was increased and preliminary conclusions were broadened.
Political Militancy Strategy D1,