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Brazilian's political communication in different dispositifs: a discursive approche


This book consists of six chapters and takes as object of reflection the Brazilian's political communication which circulated in different communication dispositifs in recent years. It is a work without similar ones in Portuguese language, because, although this paper reflects about political communication, one of the most privileged working locus by communicologists, this reflection is engendered based on a discursive point of view of language studies. For this task, we focused on some discursive events, which circulated on the occasion of the Brazilian's presidential elections: 2002; 2006; 2010 and 2014. By the discursive specificities of Brazilian's political communication, this practice of language should be considered through the light of (Krieg-Planque, 2006; 2009 and 2011) as "a set of knowledge and skills related to the anticipation of resumption practices, transformation and reformulation of statements and their contents ", which, by entering into circulation in the public space, guided the most different types of political debate. Although we have epistemological and methodological empathy with the Krieg-Planque's propositions on the political communication, we take some distance from her theory, not only by the type of corpora mobilized, but also because we believe that the resumption practices, transformation and reformulation are not only given in verbal statements as formulated by the French researcher, but also in visual and verbal-visual ones. Furthermore, such practices of resumption, transformation and reformulation of many different types of statements constitute true deontic journey of interpretation, causing the readers to take position towards debates on public space. This is the epistemological and methodological main axis that sustains the six chapters which this book is consisted. (AU)

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