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Mónica Pérez-Marín

Resumen

Este artículo analiza los encuadres mediáticos desde los cuales la National Geographic Magazine —NGM— (1903-1926) contribuyó a la construcción de la identidad de los colombianos a comienzos del siglo XX. El argumento central del artículo es que los encuadres mediáticos encontrados están soportados por las ideologías del Destino manifiesto y del positivismo.
A través de la estrategia retórica de la apropiación, los encuadres encontrados promueven dos valores asociados al Destino manifiesto: la virtud de las instituciones de Estados Unidos y la misión de transformar el mundo de acuerdo con los valores profesados por este país.
En relación con la ideología del positivismo, los encuadres mediáticos la reproducen a través de la estrategia retórica de la clasificación, ya que los reportajes observan la identidad de los colombianos a través del lente de la teoría científica del darwinismo.

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Keywords

análisis crítico del discurso, identidad, Colombia, Destino manifiesto, panamericanismo

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Pérez-Marín, M. (2018). Análisis crítico del discurso de la identidad de los colombianos en National Geographic Magazine (1903-1926). Signo Y Pensamiento, 36(71), 134 - 152. Recuperado a partir de http://revistas.javeriana.edu.co/index.php/signoypensamiento/article/view/21094
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