“O que vi da vida”: discourses about themselves, celebrity and media

This text aims at discussing the process of discursive constitution of the celebrity subject, through the discourse analysis of testimonials conceded to the topic “O que vi da vida”, by Fantástico, a television program from Brazil. Many famous people participated on this topic and, as the title sugg...

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Autores principales: Silva, Francisco Vieira da, Baracuhy, Regina
Formato: Artículo publishedVersion Artigo Avaliado pelos Pares
Lenguaje:Portugués
Publicado: Universidade Estadual de Londrina 2016
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Acceso en línea:http://www.uel.br/revistas/uel/index.php/entretextos/article/view/15980
http://biblioteca.clacso.edu.ar/gsdl/cgi-bin/library.cgi?a=d&c=br/br-038&d=article15980oai
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topic Letters/Linuistics/Discourse Analysis.
Discourse Analysis; Media; Celebrity.
Análise do discurso; Mídia; Celebridade.
spellingShingle Letters/Linuistics/Discourse Analysis.
Discourse Analysis; Media; Celebrity.
Análise do discurso; Mídia; Celebridade.
Silva, Francisco Vieira da
Baracuhy, Regina
“O que vi da vida”: discourses about themselves, celebrity and media
topic_facet Letters/Linuistics/Discourse Analysis.
Discourse Analysis; Media; Celebrity.
Análise do discurso; Mídia; Celebridade.
description This text aims at discussing the process of discursive constitution of the celebrity subject, through the discourse analysis of testimonials conceded to the topic “O que vi da vida”, by Fantástico, a television program from Brazil. Many famous people participated on this topic and, as the title suggests, they had to talk about themselves, give their testimonial and say the truth about themselves, through the construction narratives about themselves. For that, we use the theoretical perspectives from the French Discourse Analysis (FDA) founded by Michel Pêcheux and the theorizations of Michel Foucault about the subject and the historicity of the confession’s mechanism. In addition, we take as motto to discussion the successive slackening of the limits between the public sphere and the private sphere, what, to a certain extent, justifies the irruption of discourses about the private life on/through the media.
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title “O que vi da vida”: discourses about themselves, celebrity and media
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publisher Universidade Estadual de Londrina
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