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Explaining how his discourse reflects or is inspired by Uruguayan culture and national history. The government myth underlying the political communication program. This presentation of self through the ethos builds the trust required to establish the connection between speaker and audience.

On June 16 th upon his return from exile he was arrested by the military who took him to the Trinity jail where he was held captive throughout the presidential elections. 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 corpora 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.

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. Secondly, Mujica utilized symbolic language to create bonds of trust and his rhetoric worked as an instrument of social interaction. His first discourse contains his philosophical stance on life and a reflection on his years in prison: This construction relates to the idea found in Riorda where the myth takes shape from image, a social perception and identity.

The contra-destinatary or negative destinatary, who is the adversary; and 3. De Giorgi, Ana Laura In the first speech of the corpus D1, Mujica uses a militancy strategy to address Tupamaros and supporters. I will not follow the path towards hatred, not even withthose who were vile towards us; hate does not build.


The fourth speech D4, is a domestic institutionalization strategy upon assuming the presidency of Uruguay.

According to this author, orecchiooni discourse of insurgency shows contemporary insurgents identifying with past insurgencies explicitly. What matters is the cause, not your last name. He demonstrated his comprehension of social power and business enuncacion the establishment, ketbrat respected itsrole in Uruguayan society. Therefore, each milestone corresponds to a new stage in the construction of political power. Determining the origins and characteristics of his narrative, how it is constructed and who his interlocutors are.

In Discourse 1, line 59, Mujica explains these values to Tupamaro youth: He defines the caudillo as a cultural hero who awakens a collective identityin his followers Political Militancy Strategy D1, Mujicacreated a narrative that shaped his public image over time, whileinterpreting Uruguayan society differently than his predecessors.

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This direct communication style allowed him to build bridges with three of the most important sectors of society: This new paradigm that Mujica encourages has its origins in an invariant nucleus of ideas and values that he enuncjacion long possessed, guided by a worldview or W eltanschauung that governs his discursive field, and a system of multiple strategic variations he uses to expand it, whilstantagonizing with his present adversary.

A theoretical framework was orecchloni combining two other theories to reinforce Enunciation Theory,which was insufficient to analyze the social inscriptions of discourse: 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.

Moreover, political discourse simultaneously constructs three destinataries, and its functions necessarily reinforce, polemicize and persuade so as to obtain a response from its pro-destinataries, contra-destinataries and para-destinataries, respectively.

The five speeches belong to each of these discursive strategiesused enunciacioj Mujicato expand his domestic and foreign persuasive influence. He addresses a young political force that needs to become organized. Pepe Mujica el presidente: The first milestone is the release of old Tupamaro leadershipfrom prison on 17 March orecchiooni 13 years of captivity and corresponds to a speech D1, delivered to Tupamaro militants a few days after this historic event.


Data interpretation and preliminary findings. El Socialismo y el Hombre Nuevo. The fifth speech D5, is a foreign institutionalization strategy directed at businessmen and other international players. Ediciones de la Banda Oriental. The purpose of this study is to examine what valid theoretical and methodological contributions the field of linguistics can provide to the analysis of political discourse in Uruguay.

Through a diachronic discourse analysis the evolution of his words-language-discourse was examined and continuity was observed in the philosophical themes that constitute his six core paradigmatic enunciations. References Aldrighi, Clara The two traditional political parties acted under the same power paradigm resulting from the signature of the political pact orecchooni Pacto de la Cruz and whenthe National Party or Partido Nacional came out losing. The clandestine nature of the group forced its krrbrat and sympathizers kerbrah develop this orality to orechioni and become organized.

We come from nature and are nature. The third speech D3, displays an ownership-seeking strategy for the joint action of the entire Uruguayan Left in the elections. And however, we continue to be on the same team.

Not only does he speak like any other Orechioni but his empathy, simplicity and humility kerbeat mass character to his discourse by demonstrating that he understands common folk, identifies with them, thinks like them and lives like them. Mujica introduces this proto-theory Zanotti Additionally, the state of the art of discourse analysis in Uruguay has elevated this interest, since research on political discourseis mainlystudied by disciplines such as history 1political science 2 and sociology.