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Volume 15, Issue 2
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Abstract

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La imagen constituye un fenómeno que puede abordarse desde múltiples perspectivas y que involucra distintos componentes de carácter cognitivo, psicológico, social, cultural e interpersonal. El presente trabajo persigue un doble objetivo: por una parte, ofrecer una definición multidimensional e interdisciplinar de la imagen que resulte aplicable al estudio de determinadas operaciones pragmáticas, como la atenuación lingüística; por otra, establecer la relación entre género discursivo e imagen, a partir del examen de las estrategias de atenuación en cinco géneros distintos (conversación coloquial, artículos académicos, foros en línea, mesa redonda de expertos en TV y debates presidenciales). El análisis revela que los mecanismos lingüísticos de atenuación constituyen índices de los atributos individuales de la imagen reclamados por los participantes en cada modalidad discursiva.

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