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19/10 – Quarta-Feira

Manhã

8:30h

Mesa de experiência – Linha 1

10h – 12h

Comunicações orais

Tarde

14h

Mesa de experiência de pesquisa - Linha 3

 

Prof. Dr. Renato Caixeta (CEFET/MG)

Profa. Dra. Maria Aparecida Ottoni (UFU)

Profa. Dra. Maria Jose Grosso (Universidade de Macau)

 

Moderadora: Profa. Dra. Anair Valênia

16h – 18h

Comunicações orais

Noite

19:30h

Abertura oficial do evento

20h

Conferência de abertura

 

Profa. Dra. Michelle Zapavigna (Universidade de Sydney)

 

Título: #ItIsWhatItIs: Ambient affiliation, hashtags, and social media quotation practices used for political ridicule

Foto - Michelle Zapavigna

 

Criticizing the discourse of politicians via social media platforms is currently a major way in which people engage with civic and political issues, and foster social alignments around shared values through ambient affiliation. This presentation explores the pragmatic and social functions of particular forms of ironic quotation that social media users employ to ridicule political voices. It develops the concept of ‘parodic resonance’ to not only account for the evaluative function of ironic echoic mentions, but also to account for the way in which such quotation proliferates as a kind of semiotic ‘weapon’ within and across social media platforms. A corpus of approximately 150, 000 posts quoting Trump's controversial use of the phrase ‘it is what it is’ during an interview about the US death toll in the coronavirus pandemic is explored. The analysis considers the kinds of linguistic functions construed in ironic quotation and how these operate in the service of ambient affiliation, where social media users align through ridiculing a quoted voice. Attention is given to the function of meta-vocalisation resources such as hashtags, and to the role of visual projection in memes and gifs, in order to account for the kinds of multimodal quotation practices that are possible in social media texts.

 

20/10 – Quinta-Feira

Manhã

8:30h

Mesa de experiência de pesquisa - Linha 2

Tarde

14h – 18h

Debate de projetos

18h – 19h

Lançamento de livros

Para participar do lançamento de livros, envie e-mail para: xseppgegellivroslancamentos@gmail.com

Noite

19:30h

Conferência

 

Título: O que aprendemos sobre ensinar a escrever (na pandemia e depois)

Profa. Dra. Ana Elisa Ribeiro (CEFET – MG)

 

Foto - Ana Elisa Ribeiro

 

21/10 – Sexta-Feira

 

A definir

A definir

Reuniões com o Prof. Dr. Jose Sueli Magalhães – Coordenador de área de Capes

 

(Atividades internas restritas aos alunos e docentes do PPGEL)