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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/T.27.2020.tde-04032021-160218
Document
Author
Full name
Flavia Daniela Pereira Delgado
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2020
Supervisor
Committee
Reimão, Sandra Lucia Amaral de Assis (President)
Lago, Claudia
Marques, Jane Aparecida
Monteiro, Carlos Jorge Barros
Ramos, Daniela Osvald
Schwartz, Adriano
Title in Portuguese
Uma voz contra o autoritarismo: crônicas de Antônio Callado durante a ditadura militar
Keywords in Portuguese
Antônio Callado
Crônicas Políticas
Ditadura Militar
História da Imprensa
Representação
Abstract in Portuguese
Paralelo ao trabalho de escritor de ficção e de teatro, Antônio Callado atuou nas redações dos mais importantes veículos impressos do país por mais de 50 anos. Foi uma figura engajada e reconhecidamente alinhada a ideologias de esquerda, que se notabilizou pela oposição à conjuntura política da época, cujas consequências foram prisões, inquéritos e a cassação de seus direitos políticos. A pesquisa compreende um estudo sobre dez crônicas políticas do jornalista, publicadas entre os anos de 1964 e 1970 nos jornais Correio da Manhã, Jornal do Brasil e O Pasquim, no contexto da Ditadura Militar. A partir da reflexão sobre o seu percurso como intelectual e profissional da imprensa, a tese se apoia na técnica da análise pragmática da narrativa jornalística e propõe uma compreensão contextual e analítica sobre como o regime militar é representado nesta produção, identificando as diferentes estratégias comunicativas e retóricas empreendidas pelo jornalista. E em sintonia com postulados teóricos da Nova História da Cultura, preconiza que o conjunto dos textos opinativos constituem relevantes fontes, que contribuem para a memória daquele período histórico do Brasil.
Title in English
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Keywords in English
Antônio Callado
Military Dictatorship
Political Chronicles
Press History
Representation
Abstract in English
In parallel with the work of the fiction and theater writer, Antônio Callado worked in the newsroom of the most importante print media int the country for four decades He was an engaged figure and admittedly aligned withe leftist ideologies, who stood out for his opposition to the political situation at the time, the consequences of which were arrests, inquiries and the impeachment of his political rights. The research comprises a study of tem politican chronicles by journalist published between 1964 and 1979 in the newspapers Correio da Manhã, Jornal do Brasil and O Pasquim, in the context of the military dictatorship. Based on the reflectionn on his career as an intelectual and professional of the press, the thesis is based on the technique of pragmatic analysis of the journalistic narrative and proposes a contextual and analytical understanding of how the military regime is represented in this production, identifying the diferent communicative strategies and rhetoric undertaken by the journalist. And in line with the theoretical postulates of The New History of Culture, recommends that the set of opinion texts constitute sources that contribute to the memory of that historical period in Brazil.
 
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Publishing Date
2021-03-04
 
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