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Type: Artigo
Title: Humor, Ideology And Discourse: The Circulation Of The Caipira Stereotypes On The Internet
Title Alternative: Humor, Ideologia E Discurso: A Circulação Dos Estereótipos Do Caipira Em Piadas Na Internet
Author: Nascimento
Emanuel Angelo
Abstract: Based on the Discourse Analysis (AD) of French orientation, this article aims at discussing the functioning of the humor discourse associated with the circulation of the stereotypes of the Brazilian caipira on the internet. The corpus comprises a set of jokes published on the portal Humortardela and on the website AnimaTunes, from which we analyze, based on studies of Possenti (1998, 2010), the production conditions of the humor discourse. For the analysis of this object of study on the digital environment, we take into account the notion of electronic discourse, from Orlandi (2013), as well as the studies of Bergson (2007), Raskin (1985), Skinner (2002) about laughter and humor. We also put together the concepts of scenes of enunciation, developed by Maingueneau (2008), and stereotypes, of Amossy and Pierrot (1997), in order to understand how the representations of the caipira emerge in the processes of humor enunciation. From the analysis results, we intend to verify the way the representations of the caipira are challenged in interdiscourse and how the internet contributes for the circulation of the caipira stereotypes on the web in its relation with humor.
Subject: Stereotype
Caipira
Internet
Discourse
Humor
Editor: Univ Fed Minas Gerais , Fac Letras
Belo Horizonte
Citation: Texto Livre-linguagem E Tecnologia. Univ Fed Minas Gerais , Fac Letras, v. 9, p. 28 - 47, 2016.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.17851/1983-3652.9.1.28-47
Address: http://periodicos.letras.ufmg.br/index.php/textolivre/article/view/10231
Date Issue: 2016
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