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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Ethos, Genre And Identity [ethos, Gêneros E Questões Identitárias]
Author: Martins M.S.C.
Abstract: I start the discussion from Aristotle's concept of ethos. I explore the notion of ethos as developed by Maingueneau (2005) and Amossy (2005). Whereas such authors apply their theory to the genres inherent in the spheres of politics and publicity, I try to demonstrate how it is possible to visualize the construction of ethos in children's language, as well as in discourse practices of adults with a low level of schooling. I, thus, try to relate the construction of ethos to the construction of social and virtual identities (Cf. Goffman, 1975, 1996).
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Date Issue: 2007
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