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El juego de los enunciadores en un discurso político (discurso del Presidente del Colegio de Profesores de Chile, en la marcha nacional por la dignidad del magisterio, 16 de Octubre de 1998)
Viviana Unda
76-88 (complete paper or proceedings contents)

Abstract

Spokespersons' Juggling in a Political Speech (Discourse from the President of the Chilean Teachers' Association, at the National March for the Teaching Profession's Dignity, October 16th, 1998)

This study examines a speech in Spanish by the President of the Chilean Teachers' Association and points out some of the speech's semantic-discursive characteristics that reveal it as a political one. These characteristics reveal the roles as political actors of the President of the Chilean Teachers' Association, his board of directors, and the teachers, as well as their political ideology and their relationships with the government. The relationship between the speaker and the audience was linguistically and discursively developed through a polarization structure which emphasized the positive aspects of teachers and the negative aspects of government.

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Selected Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics
edited by Lotfi Sayahi and Maurice Westmoreland
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