TITLE

REFLEXIÓN SOBRE EL COMPONENTE IDEOLÓGICO DISCURSIVO EN LA ESTRUCTURA DE LOS ACTOS Y HECHOS SOCIALES

AUTHOR(S)
Stipicevic, Verushka Fuentes
PUB. DATE
January 2015
SOURCE
Investigación y Desarrollo;ene-jun2015, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p199
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Los hechos sociales tienen una dimensión discursiva que actúa como vínculo estructural entre las personas lo que genera una acción colectiva de sustento o cambio de las estructuras sociales. Este discurso actúa como mecanismo de consolidación de este vínculo a partir de los signos y significados que se intercambian y comparten. Esta propiedad convierte al discurso en el soporte ideal para difundir una visión de mundo y representaciones de realidad que al reproducirse al interior del sistema adquiere un estatus de medio para la ideología.
ACCESSION #
103310760

 

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