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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2007.tde-01092011-102913
Document
Author
Full name
Isabelle Christine Somma de Castro
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Jarouche, Mamede Mustafa (President)
Grigoletto, Marisa
Soares, Rosana de Lima
Title in Portuguese
Orientalismo na imprensa brasileira. A representação de árabes e mulçumanos nos jornais 'Folha de São Paulo' e 'O Estado de São Paulo' antes e depois de 11 de setembro de 2001
Keywords in Portuguese
Análise crítica do discurso
Árabes
Jornalismo
Muçulmanos
Orientalismo
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho verificou como os jornais Folha de S. Paulo e O Estado de S. Paulo cobriram assuntos relacionados a árabes e muçulmanos seis meses antes dos atentados de 11 de setembro de 2001 e seis meses depois. Com base no Orientalismo, tese desenvolvida por Edward W. Said, e na Teoria Social do Discurso, de Norman Fairclough, foram analisadas as escolhas lexicais de ambos os jornais em relação aos assuntos que mais apareceram nos dois recortes. O estudo concluiu que dogmas orientalistas se mostraram presentes nos dois períodos e que os jornais naturalizaram discursos hegemônicos, que se colocaram em contraposição aos de árabes e muçulmanos.
Title in English
Orientalism in the Brazilian press: the representation of Arabes and Muslims in the newspapers Folha de São Paulo and O Estado de São Paulo before and after September 11, 2001
Keywords in English
Arabs
Critical discourse analysis
Journalism
Muslims
Orientalism
Abstract in English
This paper analyzed how the newspapers Folha de S. Paulo and O Estado de S. Paulo covered issues relating to Arabs and Muslims six months before the September 11, 2001 attacks and six months after. Based on the thesis of Orientalism, developed by Edward W. Said, and on the Social Theory of Discourse by Norman Fairclough, lexical variations from both newspapers were analyzed with regard to the issues that most appeared in the clippings. The paper concluded that Orientalist dogmas were present in both periods and that the newspapers frequently crystalized hegemonic discourse, contrary to Arabs and Muslims ones.
 
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2011-09-01
 
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