26 jul. “Segundo Bakhtin, o dialogismo é constitutivo da linguagem, pois mesmo entre produções monológicas observamos sempre uma relação. Dialogismo, Polifonia, Intertextualidade: Diana Luz Pessoa de Barros: Books – Get this from a library! Dialogismo, polifonia, intertextualidade em torno de Bakhtin. [Diana Luz Pessoa de Barros; José Luiz Fiorin;].

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A ordem do discurso. Although the debate initially focused on minority representation and rights, it ultimately spread to a broader community.

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;olifonia the attempt to find silenced narratives about the city, we sought the peripheral polifoniz movement, already known from other places in Brazil, in its manifestations in the GVMA. The discussions and sharing process that took place afterwards, although not always respectful, did at least focus on the representative role and work of Brazilian politicians. The effects of meaning generated by Facebook posts What follows derives from the observation of polifonla sharing on FB during the Feliciano affair.

From this encounter new arrangements were formed, places of power and speech were questioned and knowledge produced and shared pooifonia those prevented from taking part in the sharing of rights intertextualidae. Interaction on FB can defocus such discursive processes because something posted a photo, video or written text can be reproduced in other profiles in an almost infinite and barely controlled way.

Only after the end of the military regime, and also with the reformulation of the Brazilian Constitutionconsolidation of political parties, and free and democratic presidential electionsthat politic issues returned to be discussed on daily life of brazilian citizens, although these were still monopolized by the political polifpnia in different levels.

Other narratives composed of experiences, bodies and lives that are also part of the city and that speak of it, but which, due to the hegemony of the dominant discourse, are obscured and de-legitimized, either by the non-recognition of their scientific nature or by interrtextualidade sociocultural factors of their announcers gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic levels, etc.

This study stems from the observation of social media and how people interact through them, insofar as the discourses form a network within another network and therefore meanings are reaffirmed and shared through words and images, thus creating dialogues and interwoven meanings.

Intertextuality and interdiscursivity, intuitively performed by FB users, since they are unaware of such processes, are constructed in the measure that they choose what to post, because of their interest in the subject and the importance they attribute to it, establishing similarities and differences of meaning between several posts that constitute this social network.

Societies have been shifting from a mass media system to a specialized and fragmented multimedia system, where audiences have become progressively segmented. The sense of belonging fostered by FB — and perhaps this is the reason intertextualiadde its success — depends on being connected and immersed in the intertextuality and interdiscursivity produced by hundreds of shares.


The ginga applied to intertextualixade is a “creative ability, attention to the lurking of fissures that enable life to go beyond the determinations that imprison their existences” Vieira,p. Production of space for political emancipation Cognitive limits of the Social Sciences and common intertextualidzde The city and narratives: To this end, we have resorted to the controversial remarks made by the federal deputy Marcos Feliciano about gays and black people just before he was appointed to the post of chairman of the Human Rights and Minorities Chamber CDHM [1] in intertextualidwde In other words, if a barrage of posts on FB generates a discursive space in opposition to another logic, this implies that there must be another logic in place which should be opposed.

Besides these two concepts, we will employ others that will dialogisom described in the following section, along with the methods that we have used to compile the posts. The opaque areas, on the other hand, would be those where these characteristics would be absent, closer to spaces of affection, creativity.

It seeks to denounce the marginalization and social exclusion of peripheral territories, to defend the right to a dignified life in the city as opposed to socio-spatial segregation legitimized by legal apparatus.

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In the case of the chocolate cake [16] covered with hundreds dialigismo thousands, it could be said that a semi-symbolism is established in the logical relation intertextualieade How to quote this text: The marginalization that the opaque territories and their population are subjected to is often assumed and re-signified for the creation of what is new, proper, authentic, under that sign.

It is within intertsxtualidade process that criticism, in the form of deviations and fissures, occurs as microrresistences Jacques,p. Through the problematization of the city from the marginal culture, that is, dialogidmo the invisibilized and silenced territories, we try to “turn the compass to the periphery”, as Sergio Vaz Brum,our translation states; putting the point of view of the losers in the center of visibility.

Its urban configuration has resulted from processes historically marked by inequality of rights and by socio-spatial segregation. Although PSB intertexxtualidade these countries is not free from criticismat least it is governed by a specific regulatory body that defines its mission and role in society.

Translated by Laura Fraga de Almeida Sampaio. This post can accessed on the website iGay at: The discourse “is not simply what translates struggles or systems of domination, but that by what we struggle, the power we want to seize” Foucault,p.

I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Today the counter-hegemonic is on the Internet. The oolifonia has pointed to a horizon where we are increasingly closer and communication is established between subjects polifnia cultures and societies much different and distant from each other.

As with belonging to a physical community, the sense of belonging to some or other discourse involves using language and is constituted by language oral, written, photographicthat is, it is linked directly to the act of writing, sharing and commenting on posts. To our mind, this approach will help to identify the reasons why Facebook has become one of the driving forces behind social change in Brazil in the realm of political debate, filling a gap deliberately left by the mainstream media.

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Learn how pioneering software engineers helped NASA launch astronauts into space, bring them back again- pushing the boundaries of technology as they did it. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. As we will be using both concepts to analyse the aforementioned posts, it is first essential to describe them and situate them within the theoretical frame in which our reflections are grounded. Information on cultural, political and social affairs used to be produced and published solely by the press, magazines and, in the twentieth century, by television.

He studies perception, cognition and production of the territory, urban planning and quality of the built environment, human settlements and quality of life. They are about the struggle to exist in the unequal city, in the spaces hidden by the political instruments intertextuqlidade their pilifonia speeches, which hold the domain of the urban space. What is meant by this is that these media do not offer a true reflection of society and the social classes comprising it, because they only cover what they believe is newsworthy and present news in a monolithic way.

In dialogism, the central idea is that every statement is a response to another statement, even if such a response is not immediately apparent.

Dialogismo, polifonia, intertextualidade em torno de Bakhtin

Due to insufficient funding, Brazilian public television channels have limited and often poor schedules, as Leal Filho has indicated in a study of commercial television revenues versus those of public television, the difference between them being frankly outrageous. Acesso em 23 Mai. Furthermore, many citizens use social networks to access online newspapers and the blogs of journalists who are believed to be more scrupulous when informing and, therefore, enjoy greater credibility.

It chooses the voices from which emanates all knowledge and all consciousness, albeit in an illusory and false way Debord, As in the narrated sections below:. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Theoretical basis intertexttualidade methodology. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.

Brazilian public television channels can be either federal e. The Russian philosopher observed that there was a repetition of words and meanings in the speeches or utterances of different people and therefore claimed that there was a dialogue between them.

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