Leyendo el tejido social: Análisis discursivo y retórica cultural en el sur global

Authors

Pablo Valdivia; Carlos del Valle; Jacques Poulain ; Tomás Albaladejo; Lia Gómez; Daiana Bruzzone; Florencia Cremona; Rocío Gariglio; Víctor Silva Echeto; Stefano Cristante; José Luis Piñuel Raigada ; Juan Antonio Gaitán Moya; Carlos Lozano Ascencio; Hans Stange ; Claudio Salinas ; Toumader Chakour; Nicolina Montesano Montessori; Marco Bruno; Rodrigo Browne; Macarena Suazo; Nadia Koziner; Natalia Aruguete; Eileen Hudson; Amparo Marroquín

Synopsis

The contemporary state of affairs, however, is way too complex to presuppose that a simple formula will be enough to synthesize all its multiple facets. The fact that both our institutions and our mental life are regulated by communication is more and more evident. It is also clear that human history should submit itself to a democratic consensus, and that contemporary societies have to proclaim themselves democratic, pretending many times they are following a consensus that must be the kernel of collective and of individual development. This consensus, however, is itself also being submitted to an all-encompassing social experiment. Such an experiment is permanently looking for new laws and new accomplishments, because in complying with the scientific model, it presupposes that laws previously valid, and previous social accomplishments no longer apply because social life is in need of being reinvented and people should live in harmony the new laws. The individuals are therefore entangled in this continuous reconfiguration of their institutions and of themselves.
They are nolens volens obliged to judge this perpetual renewal of their social tissue in order to secure their own personal life. This book is an answer to the now globally widespread need of judgment by everyone of the results of this continuous reconfiguration, and although it does not claim any final conclusion, it sums up many important views about our time, coming from human and social that should be an important contribution to the construction a humanity worth living.

“From Jacques Poulain’s Prologue”

Book Co-Editors: Pablo Valdivia, Carlos del Valle

Publishers: University of Groningen Press in Co-edition with UFRO University Press , Chile.

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The Hardcover version of this book (ISBN: 9789403427652) is available via Uitgeverij kleine Uil, and all regular (internet) bookshops.

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Chapters

  • Prologue
    Jacques Poulain
  • Introducción
    Pablo Valdivia, Carlos del Valle
  • PARTE 1. TEORÍAS
  • LA RETÓRICA Y LA DIMENSIÓN SOCIAL DEL DISCURSO
    Tomás Albaladejo
  • ESTÉTICA Y POLÍTICA
    LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DE LA EXPERIENCIA EN EL CINE DE LUCRECIA MARTEL
    Lia Gómez
  • GRAMÁTICAS DE LA DUREZA, UNA AFECTIVIDAD DE LAS SOCIEDADES CONTEMPORÁNEAS
    EL CASO DE LOS CONSUMOS DE PASTA BASE DE COCAÍNA EN JÓVENES DE SECTORES POPULARES DEL CONURBANO BONAERENSE, ARGENTINA
    Daiana Bruzzone
  • COMUNICACIÓN/EDUCACIÓN DESDE UNA EPISTEMOLOGÍA DE GÉNERO
    Florencia Cremona, Rocío Gariglio
  • “LATINOAMERICANIZACIÓN” DE LO POLÍTICO EN ESPAÑA: DEL ANÁLISIS DEL DISCURSO AL DISENSO DE LAS IMÁGENES
    Víctor Silva Echeto
  • LA OPINIÓN PÚBLICA COMO DISCURSO CONFLICTIVO: INVESTIGACIÓN TEÓRICA Y SUGERENCIAS EMPÍRICAS DEL MODELO DE LA DOXAESFERA
    Stefano Cristante
  • ANÁLISIS DE DISCURSOS Y EPISTEMOLOGÍADELAS DE LAS MEDIACIONES EN LAS PRÁCTICAS SOCIALES DE LA COMUNICACIÓN
    PROPUESTA METODOLÓGICA DE UN MODELO
    José Luis Piñuel Raigada , Juan Antonio Gaitán Moya, Carlos Lozano Ascencio
  • PARTE 2. ANÁLISIS
  • LA HISTORIA EN TIEMPO PRESENTE
    FASCINACIONES TELEVISIVAS CON EL PASADO DE CHILE
    Hans Stange , Claudio Salinas
  • RACISMO E INMIGRACIÓN
    ANÁLISIS DE LA AGRESIVIDAD Y VIOLENCIA VERBAL EN LA TELEVISIÓN ESPAÑOLA
    Toumader Chakour
  • UN ENFOQUE METODOLÓGICO PARA INVESTIGAR TRANSFORMACIONES HEGEMÓNICAS Y CONTRAHEGEMÓNICAS
    Nicolina Montesano Montessori
  • EL ANÁLISIS DEl DISCURSO PERIODÍSTICO DESDE A PERSPECTIVA DEL FRAMING
    Marco Bruno
  • CRISIS LIMÍTROFE MARÍTIMA EN LA HAYA: ANÁLISIS DEL DISCURSO VERBOVISUAL EN LA PRENSA BOLIVIANA, CHILENA Y PERUANA
    Rodrigo Browne, Carlos del Valle, Macarena Suazo
  • PLURALISMO EN LA PRENSA CHILENA
    PROPUESTA METODOLÓGICA PARA EL ESTUDIO DE LA COBERTURA DEL TEMA MAPUCHE
    Nadia Koziner, Natalia Aruguete
  • ANÁLISIS DE LA RELEVANCIA INFORMATIVA EN LA COBERTURA DEL TEMA MAPUCHE EN LA PRENSA NACIONAL Y REGIONAL DE CHILE
    Eileen Hudson, Carlos del Valle, Rodrigo Browne
  • PARTE 3. EXPERIENCIAS
  • ANÁLISIS ARTESANAL DEL DISCURSO: E. BENVENISTE. PISTAS PARA ENTENDER LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DEL OTRO EN UN ACTO DE HABLA
    Amparo Marroquín
  • SOBRE LOS EDITORES
  • SOBRE LOS AUTORES

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Author Biographies

Pablo Valdivia

Pablo Valdivia is Full Professor and Chair of European Culture and Literature (University of Groningen), Associate at Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (Harvard University), Laspau Fellow in University Innovation (Laspau-affiliated with Harvard University), Academic Director of the Netherlands Research School for Literary Studies (OSL) and Expert Scientific Advisor of the Netherlands Institute of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences and Humanities and the Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (NIAS-KNAW). He carries multidisciplinary research with special emphasis in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Reading Science, University Innovation, Data Science, Applied Sciences, Social Sciences, Cultural Analytics and Cognitive Sciences.

 https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2039-5882

Carlos del Valle

Carlos del Valle-Rojas is Full Professor and Director of PhD Program in Communication at the University of La Frontera, and Chapter Academic in Chilean Academy of Social, Political and Moral Sciences. He is also Coordinator of Communication Groups in international organizations such as CLACSO and ALAIC.

Keywords:
Humanities Multidisciplinary Research, Cultural Science, Crisis Studies, Marginalization Narratives, Social Change & Politics
Published
2020

Details about this monograph

Publication date (01)
2020-05-15
ISBN-13 (15)
9789562363679