Language education and the university: fostering socially-just practices in undergraduate contexts. Volume 1:
language, culture and discourse

Organizadores: Daniel de Mello Ferraz, Ana Paula Martinez Duboc

We don’t know what the future holds among so much polarization, hybrid wars, movements to disassemble public education, but the role of a teacher educator who is engaged and aware of its representation in the society cannot be denied and vanished. On the contrary, a teacher educator in the complexity of his/her role will inevitably be reference of resistance: creating discursive and theoretical opportunities, legitimizing knowledge other than those which comes top down. Certainly, this book will trigger other similar projects and contribute meaningfully to critical teacher education (Fabrício Ono).

ISBN:

978-65-5939-053-3 (brochura)
978-65-5939-054-0 (eBook)

DOI: 10.31560/pimentacultural/2020.540

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CAPITULOS:

Foreword
Fabricio Ono


Introduction: undergraduate students’ voices in the spotlight
Ana Paula Duboc
Daniel Ferraz


PART 1
ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION


Chapter 1
Daily discourses: the role of criticality in dealing with hegemony
Isabela Rocha Freire


Chapter 2
Neoliberalism: an enemy to education?
Luiza Araujo Cardeal da Costa
Stephanie Liz Barbosa


Chapter 3
Discourse, society and education
Laís Duarte Ramos


Chapter 4
Should emojis be taught as a new language? Multimodal practices for 21st century learners
Giovanna Dias Jorge

Chapter 5
“Me empresta o cor de pele?”: a discussion about representation, language and power
Kerollyn Tuller Silva


Chapter 6
Digital literacies in contemporary society: the impact of memes in popular culture
Larissa dos Santos Rocha
João Vitor Guimarães Sérgio


PART 2
DISCOURSE, LITERATURE AND SOCIETY


Chapter 7
Discourse, literature and society

Maurício da Silva Reis


Chapter 8
Latin, poetry and the law: a brazilian perspective
Juliana Hernandes Curiel Bastos


Chapter 9
Discourse studies and literature in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando
Vitor Kenzo Kadowaki


Chapter 10
Myths of women writers and representations of feminist subversion in pop culture: Jane Austen, Virginia Woolf and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Julia Oliveira

Chapter 11
Fandom: producing senses within languages
Giovanna Ruzon Bueno


Chapter 12
Fandom marginalia: using fanfiction to write around the margins of oppressive discourses
Samuel Vicente Rede


Chapter 13
The contemporary novel and the matter of queer visibility in the era of neoliberalism
Matheus Camargo Jardim


Chapter 14
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave: considerations on language and culture after neoliberalism
Henrique Fatel


PART 3
POLITICS, POWER AND DISCOURSE


Capítulo 15
Canarinho Pistola: an analysis of the use of the association between the brazilian yellow jersey and far-wing movements that boosted Bolsonaro’s election
Pedro Augusto de Oliveira Cuadrado Proença

Chapter 16
Discourse, power, and hegemony: a brief study on the social practices that compose the production of speeches Rafaella Gobbo Reis da Silva


Chapter 17
The xenophobic discourse: Trump and Brexit through critical discourse analysis
Marina Evangelista


Chapter 18
How does Donald Trump tweet? A study based on Critical Discourse Analysis
Carolina Campos
Cleiciane de Souza Nascimento
Giovanna Dias Jorge


PART 4
RACE, GENDER AND SEXUALITY


Chapter 19
Yellow peril, model minority and the racial triangulation
Douglas Yuri Hirata


Chapter 20
A full cup to closet racists

Janaina Almeida

Chapter 21
Identity issues and representations of black women
Camila de Oliveira Melo


Chapter 22
Lesbian discourse as a form of social transformation
Raquel de Paula Guets


Chapter 23
The power of political discourses: focus on gender and homosexuality
Tulio Couto Balestreiro


Chapter 24
A scar that does not cease to throb: beauty and masculinity ideals within the gay male community
Lucas Cardoso Miquelon


About the editors


About the authors


Index

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