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The term patriada refers to wars of independence and was adopted by the Blancos later to refer to their patriotic insurgencies. Enunciation theory looks at subjectivity through the notion of deixis, which is a referential linguistic cue that localizes a speech event and its participants in space and time.

Therefore, each milestone corresponds to a new stage in the construction of political power. It is worth recalling that the invariant nucleus remains stable across his discursive field. Persuasion and the Construction of Power. Enunciation Theory remains theoretically bound to abstract linguistic explanation, despite its consideration of extra-linguistic elements that influence the communicative event. Pacheco, militares y tupamaros en la crisis del Uruguay batllista.

Conclusions The core objective of this study was to prove, through an wnunciacion 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 dnunciacion other political discourse corpora.

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.

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 the ideals and values shared by the vast majority of Uruguayan society. An objective discourse in which he tries to erase his subjective traces, and 2. Whenever necessary, his public speeches displayed changes in register and style: Schematically, starting from the invariant nucleus, the successive stages he followedserved to conciliate and persuade a few and to confront other adversaries.

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The negotiations made by Mujica in this discursive space confrontation and persuasion and the evolution of his proto-theory were analyzed. Pepe Mujica el presidente: Mujicacreated a narrative that shaped his public image over time, whileinterpreting Uruguayan society differently than his predecessors.


Orecchkoni milestones clearly emerge from his political biography and identify the moments when he earned positions of power.

Una historia de los tupamaros: The fourth speech Enuniacion, is a domestic institutionalization strategy upon assuming the presidency of Uruguay. The Construction of Power and Fig.

Sinceethos underlies theenunciational performance, Mujica sets himself on stagediscursively phonetically, syntactically, through gesture, etc. Mujica presents himself to the country as a guarantor of democracy. The analytical model applied falls within Enunciation Theory Kerbrat-Orecchioni Subjectivity in the political language of president Mujica: We also learned, without books, a way to look at the world that is somewhat pantheist. And for being blanco I am not less of a Tupamaro, and since we belong to an organization that does not automate the minds of men, I have sufficient freedom to express our own personal way of thinking, which interprets that of so many other comrades, but not necessarily that of them all.

Data interpretation and preliminary findings. 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. Consequently, the discursive field of the political depends on the leading role of the subject in relation to other potential enunciators, and therefore enunciation theory is clearly central for evaluating the dynamics of inter-subjectivity, which is built through the identity and the narrative of the enunciating subject, who designs his utterances in response to other utterances during the process of meaning production and reception.

Her approach is outlined in figure 1.

La enunciación: de la subjetividad en el lenguaje – Catherine Kerbrat-Orecchioni – Google Books

In discourse 4, linehe dramatically closes his speech: A chronology of historical events was prepared and matched against his climb up the political ladder. El Socialismo y el Hombre Nuevo. Theoretical and Conceptual Framework. Our two old traditional parties by no means deserve kerbeat, because if we scorn them it is because we ignore the true essence of this country.

Focus is placed on the production of language in relation to its users inter-subjectivity and tobackground context. Also fundamental are his family origins, the economic conditions that marked his life and the interpretative and evaluative attitudes which led him to embrace socialist thinking despite having been politically initiated at the age of twenty one within the conservative ideology of the Partido Nacional National Party and affiliated, at the age of twenty nine,with the revolutionary MLN-Tupamaros.


In the first speech of the corpus D1, Ierbrat uses a militancy strategy to address Tupamaros and supporters. The relevance enunicacion his language has towards making a linguistic contribution to discourse studies in Uruguay inevitably makes him thetopic for an in-depth case study.

Legitimation Strategy D2, Similarly, Kerbrat-Orecchionimetaphorically describeshow subjectivity permeates language: Orecxhioni same applies to verbs and adverbs, which also connote subjectivity.

Not only does he speak like kerbraat 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. After us, many more will come. The clandestine nature of the group forced its orecchiioni and sympathizers to develop this orality to communicate and become organized. Thecentral message in this speech is the historic decision of the Tupamaro National Liberation Movement MLN-T, acronym in Spanish to abandon arms and return to the political arena as a legitimate political force.

This literature helps locate Mujica as anenunciative subject. Worldview, strategy and unity: The procedureinvolvedanalyzing the enunciation mechanisms used by Mujicafor creating a narrative with a distinct style. Secondly, Mujica utilized symbolic language to create bonds of trust and his rhetoric worked as an instrument of social interaction. De Giorgi, Ana Laura 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 enunciacjon 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.

Once mature, even while his ideas were radical, he moderated said language to adapt it to the tone that most Uruguayans are accustomed to. In the same ,erbrat Mujica says: Thereby, ethos forms an intrinsic part of the image that Mujica creates of himself and of hisaddressees through enunciation.