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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.101.2015.tde-06082015-112642
Document
Author
Full name
Isabella Duarte Franchini Greb
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Villa, Rafael Antonio Duarte (President)
Guimarães, Feliciano de Sa
Nasser, Reginaldo Mattar
Title in Portuguese
A ameaça terrorista na América do Sul: uma análise do discurso na Era Bush
Keywords in Portuguese
América do Sul
Análise crítica do discurso
Guerra ao terror
Macrossecuritização
Retórica
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa de Mestrado, sob a forma de dois artigos distintos, mapeia articulações da ameaça terrorista que possam sugerir a macrossecuritização da Guerra ao Terror na América do Sul, nos discursos dos presidentes de Brasil, Colômbia e Venezuela na Assembleia Geral das Nações Unidas (2002-2006). Com base na Teoria das Securitizações da Escola de Copenhague e na Análise Crítica do Discurso de vertente anglo-saxã, identificam-se as estratégias linguísticas e o encadeamento argumentativo da securitização do terrorismo no ato de fala. Conclui-se que, no nível discursivo, Colômbia e Venezuela macrossecuritizaram a Guerra ao Terror, instrumentalizando o terrorismo para justificar as ações dos Governos Uribe e Chávez , enquanto o Governo Lula absorve o terrorismo ao combate à fome.
Title in English
The terrorist threat in South America: a discourse analysis in the Bush era
Keywords in English
Critical discourse analysis
Macrosecuritisation
Rhetoric
South America
War on terror
Abstract in English
This Master's research, in the form of two separate articles, maps the articulation of the terrorist threat that might suggest a macrosecuritisation of the "War on Terror" in South America, in the speeches of presidents of Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela in the United Nations General Assembly (2002 -2006). Based on the Theory of Securitisation of the Copenhagen School and Critical Analysis of the Anglo-Saxon Critical Discourse Analysis, it identifies the linguistic strategies and argumentative textual chaining of terrorism securitisation in the speech act. We conclude that, in the discursive level, Colombia and Venezuela have macrosecutirised the War on Terror, using terrorism to justify the actions of Uribe and Chavez governments, while the Lula embodies the danger of terrorism to its anti-hunger program.
 
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Publishing Date
2015-08-10
 
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