Lenguaje, racismo y poder en el YouTube: Representaciones hegemónicas sobre los parlamentarios cultos peruanos

Marco Antonio Lovón Cueva, Alexandra Paola Quispe Lacma

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In this article, we analyze the positive and negative comments displayed on the digital platform YouTube as a result of the debate on the Law on the Preservation, Use and Dissemination of Languages: discussion between Peruvian congresswomen Martha Hildebrandt and María Sumire, which took place on September 6, 2007. Through the Critical Discourse Analysis (Fairclough, 1995, Van Dijk, 1999, Wodak and Meyer, 2003), we study how commentators generate discourses of discrimination and racism when using linguistic strategies. The discourses are divided into two groups: one in favor and in defense of Martha Hildebrandt's action and the other against the same character, but in defense of the opposite party: Maria Sumire. Based on this, it is demonstrated how through the comments made virtually, hierarchical relations are reproduced and excluding social practices are legitimized in relation to both congressmen, who represent different social images.

Título traducido de la contribuciónLanguage, racism and power on Youtube: Hegemonic representations of educated Peruvian parliamentarians
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)348-382
Número de páginas35
PublicaciónDiscurso y Sociedad
Volumen15
N.º2
EstadoPublicada - 1 jun. 2021

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Palabras clave

  • Quechua-speaker social image
  • culture
  • discursive strategie
  • hegemonic representation

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