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IDENTITY AND SUBJECTIVITY: THE SUBJECT WITH DISABILITIES IN THE DOCUMENTARY “SEEING IS BELIEVEING”

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Author(s): Ismara Eliane Vidal de Souza TASSO | Érica Danielle SILVA

Journal: Signum: Estudos da Linguagem
ISSN 1516-3083

Volume: 16;
Start page: 285;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Identity | subjectivity | people with disabilities.

ABSTRACT
Given the uniqueness of the gaze regime to people with disabilitiesin contemporary, this study focuses on the identity constitution of this subject as it is transformed into discourse from complex relationships among the domain of knowledge, power and ethics. Such restlessness, leads us to undertake a gesture of reading about the documentary “Seeing and believing”, showed in films festival “So we live” (2007). Based on the theoretical assumptions of Cultural Studies, on the question of identity and its relationship with the notions of subjectivity and practices of themselves, from epistemological ground of Discourse Analysis of Foucault perspective,we aim at understanding how the identity constitution is given from the relationships established between visual representation and conditions (co) existence enunciative on the disabled body. On the movie materiality, object of this analysis, the linguistic-discursive strategies and the mechanisms employed in the documentary give visibility to the exercise of a government on the other, legitimized by the culture of inclusion. Mind yourself is the guiding principle of the discourse about the relationship between subjectivity and truth, which permeates the will of truth about the inclusion constructed in contemporary society.
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