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Title: Textualização e enunciação em texto multimodal: analise do vídeo de animação escolhas da vida
Other Titles: Textualization and enunciation in multimodal text: analysis of animated video escolhas da vida
Keywords: Textualização
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Universidade Federal da Paraíba
Citation: FERREIRA, H. M.; VILLARTA-NEDER, M. A. Textualização e enunciação em texto multimodal: analise do vídeo de animação escolhas da vida. Prolíngua, João Pessoa, v. 12, n. 2, p. 69-83, out./dez. 2017.
Abstract: This paper's aim is to discuss textualization devices which constitutes meanings and people in multimodal texts. The point that is especially focused in this discussion refers to how is built the textualization process as an enunciative device in an animation multimodal text. It refers to answer how semiotic resources appear in the animation production to clue meanings in. How do enunciator-subjects participate of the instances of meaning production, circulation and reception and how the signs are produced inside this process. We got the assumption that, by technology dissemination, discursive genres had been reconfigured, taking new structural shapes and new ways of organization. Thus, texts join modalities (speech, writing, images) and semiosis (colors, sounds, layout, plots, movements) requiring from the reader new skills to comprehend signical arrangements which taking part of meaning production process. Therefore, it appears to us as a necessary procedure to identify aspects which contribute to thematic progression in multimodal texts and to constitute different subjects who integrate enunciative events, considering that the multiple resources used by text author in a specific enunciative context. By analysis of the animation film Escolhas da Vida (Alike), we pursued to discuss textualization devices, enunciative procedures, taking essential concepts from Bakhtinian Circle authors, Textual Linguistics and Cinema Theory. Through these means we intended to point out a text as a dialogue among several semiosis’ signs, that join subjects (enunciators and enunciatee) and their ways to understand the world.
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