Profesor/a: Lupicinio Íñiguez-Rueda. DESCRIPTORES: Giro lingüístico. Teoría de los Actos del habla. Etnometodología. LingUística Pragmática. Análisis del. LI Rueda, Lupicinio Iniguez, Lupicinio Iniguez Rueda, Lupicinio Iñiguez, de investigación en Ciencias sociales y en el Análisis del Discurso. Lupicinio Iñiguez Rueda. Unitat de Psicologia Social Íñiguez,L. & Antaki,C. ( ) El análisis del discurso en Psicología. social. Boletín de Psicología.

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DP does not intend to reveal cognitive or macrostructural processes that supposedly underlie the activities of individuals.

Between July and Julyobservations were carried out at six telecenters. The marks are sometimes incrusted in the names themselves, the furniture and the decoration: Thus, we analyze telecenters as spaces where these characteristics can be expressed, since they are enclaves that necessarily imply the interaction and agency of people and technology, the coexistence, juxtaposition and dl of numerous sociotechnical natures, the interplay between the various technosocial devices combined there and the wnalisis, uses and practices that lead to specific forms of socialization, subjectivities and different conceptions of identity.

The telecenter is a dense space of stable or unstable connections, that are either specific or consistent and of a diverse nature virtual, analogue, physical, distant or not.

In contrast, Ethnomethodology will say that it is necessary to analyze it by satisfying the constitutive structures of the action itself, its recurrent patterns, which must be understood as local and self-organized emergencies resulting from the same situated organizational practices Heritage, Ritzer, ; Wolf, The corpus was subsequently divided into units. Thus, in describing their own action and that of others within the stadium in a particular way, they will be configuring, as the notion of reflexivity points out, the specificity and rationality of that particular social scene.

And the telecenter is an ideal place for this.

The following quotation by Garfinkel illustrates this point:. This culture can be said to have begun within the framework of a global system of mobilities. In any case, in the telecenters, as can be seen from the extracts from our experiences reflected to date, the “organizations” 8 and the connectivity of linking or shared interests acquire particular importance for people who are “obliged” to leave their “place” physically for a lasting, uncertain time. Integration must be reconsidered within the specific context of the multiplication of displacements and participation in a variety of possible worlds.

However, when regarded as a mediator, we can acknowledge its active role in the production of associations and ask about the role of material aspects, spaces and techniques in the establishment of relations and realities. The name of this place is Locutorio Latino Latino Telecenter Laying the ground for a common critical psychology. On the other hand, the notion of reflexivity refers to the constitutive character of the language in use.


The main contribution of this approach is to lend significance to technology in the explanation of social phenomena and in the production of social life.

On the contrary, it shows that the central, defining element of this process is none other than ICT. We all have different problems but in the long run, I think that the main problem is surviving” Helena, telecenter user, Barcelona, January Ha publicado los libros: It also occupies a central place as regards life beyond the misery of everyday life. Just as Spaniards use bars, immigrant people use the telecenter to meet people.

Then, starting from the development of five axes, it realizes how DP assumes in its conceptual frameworks and its investigative strategies the main ethnomethodological postulates. That is, social facts are the product of methodical, persevering, reflexive, thoughtful and competent actions carried out by the social actors themselves in practical activities, results that they themselves endow, cover and presume as rational and more or less correct to the extent that are useful and necessary to configure their practical realities Robles,p.

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Analisis Del Discurso

And it is into this hybrid that the immigrant is incorporated and where he has to adapt. Each attendee assumes that the other attendees understand the situation and participate in it in the same way that he or she is doing it. Ultimately, this effort aims to contribute to show some logic of qualitative psychosocial research of ethnomethodological sensitivity less developed in the Latin American context 3which rethinks the understanding of the social reality and that of the individuals that participate in it, placing in the center of its concern the understanding of the daily discursive practices and situated from which the individuals actively produce and reproduce social life.

Then, we will try to account for this singularity by discussing the way in which Ethnomethodology conceptualizes the actor, reality, and social action.

Indeed, if human relations define a sociopetal space, we should regard a telecenter as one since these relations constitute the basis of its reason for being, lending it symbolic consistency and even identity stability. And at the same time, like national brands, cards and their prices may have to do with national communities, which people need to identify: From the functionalist sociological model, as well as from many psychological traditions, understanding social action involves exploring the motivations of individual actors, which in turn would depend on the internalization of rules and cultural values typical of the institutions in which those actors have been socialized.


A positive critique of interpretative sociologies. The social construction of mind: As it is possible to infer from the works of Garfinkel, science lpuicinio be understood as a social practice that is produced through a set of ethnomethods that have a locally determined value and meaning. If we examine it as a mediator, we can see it as a dl of meanings and relations, as an agent that links and permits actions and realities.

Analisis Del Discurso : Lupicinio Iniguez Rueda :

In ethnomethodological language, this term does not refer to an individual belonging to a social category or confined to a collective identity, but to a social actor able to manage and use language in a given community. Venezuelan girl or whatever, through her, they recommend someone to work for a relative or a Spanish boss or here, a Catalan family and then, “Look!

It is important to note that the main interest of Ethnomethodology is not, anlaisis in other micro-sociological traditions, the intersubjectively shared meanings that the actors have of a social scene or object, nor the intentions and meanings that would individually explain the eel and action of an actor in said context.

At the same time, it stands out by taking reflexively as an object of analysis the discourses that psychology itself produces, explaining how they operate rhetorically in an argumentative field, in which they pursue certain functions and in which they seek to contribute to expand certain versions of the social world that for reasons of different nature are considered by specific actors of the field as fertile, virtuous and advisable.

Thomas and Florian Znanieckipoints out some of the details of the migratory experience which, despite the time that has elapsed, have an astonishingly contemporary feel. When I came out of the booth and went to pay for the time I had used, I realized that on the counter, they had bracelets woven from colored thread, with the names of people, countries and signs.

In short, if Latour says that technology is a society made to last, we believe that telecenters are also largely societies made to last: This is how Luupicinio,echoing the more ethnomethodological perspective, poses a defense of the. The fact that they are urban spaces that combine various heterodox elements, both human and non-human, turns telecenters into spheres of research on the sociotechnical forms produced by ICT.