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Title: Da imersão à emersão: narrativa e transitividade na ressignificação do eu
Other Titles: From immersion to emersion: narrative and transitivity in the ressignification of the self
Keywords: Narrativa autobiográfica
Autobiographical narrative
Issue Date: Jun-2021
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Instituto de Letras
Citation: OLIVEIRA, T. L. de; ROMERO, T. R. de S. Da imersão à emersão: narrativa e transitividade na ressignificação do eu. Organon, Porto Alegre, v. 36, n. 71, p. 35-50, jan./jun. 2021. DOI: 10.22456/2238-8915.112969.
Abstract: Taking an autobiographical narrative as a starting point, this research focuses and reflects on the resignification of traumatic facts as an important tool to understand the process of social construction of identity. It aims, therefore, to identify and reflect on sociocultural influences, on lived experiences and adverse events imposed during one of the author‟s personal constitution, and as understood by the narrator, focusing on people who collaborated to overcome such adverse situations. The methodological approach is qualitative, and the method of autobiographical investigation is used, having the interpretation strengthened by linguistic analysis in the perspective of the Systemic-Functional Grammar, more specifically transitivity. In addition, the theoretical tool adopted helps at this point in identifying the participants and, consequently, the people involved in the process of identity construction. As a result, the authors highlight the role of the maternal grandparents and the mother of the author-narrator-researcher in his identity construction, mainly in the process of resignification and reconstruction of his identity in face of especially sensible facts.
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