Philosophical Analysis of Discourses in the Main Ecuadorian Television News Programs Regarding Crime from the Philosophy of Language and its Influence on the InterSubjectivity of the Residents of Bakker II Neighborhood in the City of Quito, Ecuador
Keywords:Philosophical analysis, Television news discourses, Crime, Philosophy ooof leguage, Intersubjetivity
This thesis aims to conduct a philosophical analysis of the discourses surrounding crime presented in Ecuadorian television news programs and their influence on the intersubjectivity of residents in the Bakker II neighborhood in Quito, Ecuador. By adopting a philosophical perspective on language, this research introduces a fresh approach to the study of crime, offering a deeper understanding of the topic. It is important to note that previous studies on crime have primarily emerged from fields such as sociology, anthropology, jurisprudence, and psychology, but have rarely delved into the discourse used by the media when addressing crime. This thesis seeks to bridge this gap by exploring how the discourses in the main Ecuadorian television news programs impact the realm of intersubjectivity among Bakker II residents in Quito. The philosophy of language delves into the fundamental aspects of discourse, including its meaning, signification, and its relationship with thought and the social context in which the discourse emerges. The research is organized into four chapters: the first chapter sets the research direction, the problem statement, the general objective, and the specific objectives.
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