Si lee el programa y no lo entiende, tenemos un problemaestrategias funcionales para el ataque descortés en el debate cara a cara

  1. Francisco Fernández García
Journal:
Cultura, lenguaje y representación = Culture, language and representation: revista de estudios culturales de la Universitat Jaume I = cultural studies journal of Universitat Jaume I

ISSN: 1697-7750

Year of publication: 2015

Issue: 14

Pages: 33-59

Type: Article

More publications in: Cultura, lenguaje y representación = Culture, language and representation: revista de estudios culturales de la Universitat Jaume I = cultural studies journal of Universitat Jaume I

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Abstract

In the framework of discursive-pragmatic research, this paper delves into the analysis of impoliteness in face to face electoral debates, having the debate between A. Pérez Rubalcaba and M. Rajoy in November, 2011 as a reference corpus. As a partof a larger research project, it presents the three points of reference around which the research is structured (functional strategies of impoliteness, mechanisms used in their implementation and social consequences of impolite acts), with special attention to the first one. In addition, it explores the first of the four impoliteness macrostrategies founded in the corpus and examines in detail the operation of two of the four strategies in which macrostrategy develops. This last analysis, which constitutes the core of the paper, focuses on the functional characterization of the attacks, but without forgetting, in a complementary way, the other two angles of the analysis, the linguistic-discursive mechanisms used in its implementation and the nature of the attacks from the theoretical perspective of linguistic impoliteness.

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