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Degree Level: Mestrado
Title: Significados sociais da variação estilistica em esquetes de radio
Title Alternative: Social meaning of stylistic variation on the brazilian radio show "Os manos"
Author: Nogueira, Cassia Michela Alves
Advisor: Bentes, Anna Christina, 1963-
Silva, Anna Christina Bentes da, 1963-
Abstract: Abstract: This research investigates the "parodic stylization", as described by Bakhtin ([1975]1988), made by Brazilian comedians on the radio show "Os manos". The analyzed corpus is composed by 16 comic sketches. The sketches" characters live in a poor neighbor of São Paulo city (Brazilian favela). In this research, data is analyzed using both "sociological poetics" (Bakhtin) and "theory of practice" (Bourdieu). The main objective of this work is to describe and analyze the social meaning of stylistic variation that occurs on sketches" dialogs. On the analysis, this work focuses on the following: (1) describing the linguistic variables used to create characters" linguistic style; (2) investigating the association of those linguistic variables and discursive practices which creates character?s social identity. It is found that comedians creates characters" linguistic style by selecting stigmatized linguistic variables which are linked to stigmatized social practices, so parodic stylization, as an image of another's language, reflects social agency which involves the deployment and the construction of social meaning
Subject: Língua portuguesa - Estilo
Variação estilistica
Diferenciação (Sociologia)
Valores sociais
Language: Português
Editor: [s.n.]
Citation: NOGUEIRA, Cassia Michela Alves. Significados sociais da variação estilistica em esquetes de radio. 2010. 143 p. Dissertação (mestrado) - Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Instituto de Estudos da Linguagem, Campinas, SP. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 15 ago. 2018.
Date Issue: 2010
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