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Título : A change in focus: from texts in contexts to people in events
Autor : Bolívar, Adriana
Palabras clave : discourse analysis; Latin America; dialogue; interaction; change
Fecha de publicación : 2-Feb-2014
Citación : Journal of Multicultural Discourses;Vol. 5, No. 3
Resumen : While it is undeniable that Latin American discourse analysis have received the influence of European theoretical and methodological approaches, I main tain that when the focus changes from texts in contexts to people in events, new research problems arise, different results are obtained and new or slightly different approaches emerge. In order to show this, I first deal with the development of the Latin American Association of Discourse Studies (Asociación Latinoamericana de Estudios del Discurso ALED) as a multicultural project that involves several countries. Then I present a general view of the interactional approach I have developed, and which I am still developing in my own cultural context. I shall refer in particular to the categories that I have used in my research related to political dialogue. The paper aims at presenting an overview of advances in discourse studies in Latin America from a regional as well as from an individual perspective, with a view to facing our own social, educational, and political realities and contribute to the debate on theories and methods in discourse analysis.
URI : http://saber.ucv.ve/jspui/handle/123456789/5587
ISSN : 1744-7143 print
1747-6615 online
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